This half day course is designed specifically for those with a key role in fire safety in the workplace, satisfying the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Health & Safety legislation.
Who will Benefit:
All employees will benefit from the training, particularly new Staff and Managers. It is especially useful to those employees and Managers with a Fire safety designated responsibility.
Department for Communities and Local Government guidance and current Workplace Fire Safety legislation, Health and Safety at Work Act
Aims of Training:
By the end of the course the delegates should-
- Be aware of Key fire safety duties under the law.
- Be able to recognise habitual human behaviour in a fire situation.
- Know the typical role of a fire Marshal in relation to workplace fire safety.
- Be able to state the basic principles of risk assessment.
- Be aware of how to prevent fire or limit its impact.
- Be able to state the common modes of building evacuation
- Recognise the need for fire drills and pre- planning for fire.
- Recognise active and passive fire safety measures and facilities.
- Be able to identify and use a range of portable fire extinguishers.
Maximum Number of Delegates:
12 per course
Client to provide: Training room to comfortably accommodate all the delegates with 240V power supply for the theory component of the course. A selection of fire fighting equipment, for use as practical demonstration and adequate area for this practical element of the course.
Trainer to provide: Training Equipment (course notes and presentation package)