Why Have Fire Warden Training?
Workplace Fire Wardens are nominated to take on extra fire related responsibilites in the workplace and as such have an important role in your business.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 mentions that the 'responsible person' should appoint 'competent persons' to assist in fire related matters and should received relevant training. This role is likely to be carried out by a Fire Warden and therefore training is essential in empoyering them in their role.
How many wardens are needed are determined by the size and nature of your business. We can effectively establish your needs by visiting your site and conducting a fire safety risk assessment taking into consideration your business size, activity and number of staff employed.
With a course duration of 3 hours the content is concise enough to cause minimal disruption to your workflow whilst our trainers are experienced in delivering the correct content to delegates.
This course combining theoretical and practical sessions will allow staff to respond effectively in dealing with a fire emergency. It also features specific duties undertaken by a Fire Warden or Fire Marshal. All delegates receive a comprehensive course manual and a course certificate.
Each course candidate will be given the opportunity to control a live fire in a safe learning setting using environmentally friendly fire simulation apparatus.
Not only will this course promote confidence in trained staff in dealing with a fire emergency it also ensures that employers are complying with relevant fire, health and safety legislation.
- Why Fire Training is Required
- Fire Legislation
- Raising the Alarm
- Calling the Fire Brigade
- Evacuation Procedures - Roll Call and Assembly Points
- Theory of Fire - Fire Triangle
- Classes of Fire, Fire Spread and Extinction
- Common Causes of Fire
- Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses
- Fire Prevention
- Role of the Fire Warden
- All Popular Types of Portable Fire Extinguishers
- Fire Blankets
Demostrated on a realistic environmentally friendly fire using simulation enquipment. All delegates are invited to participate.