Fire Awareness Training is a legal requirement for all staff under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and current HSE regulations. The Fire Marshal Training course covers basic fire safety, evacuations and the use of extinguishers and legal responsibilities.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
The aim of this Fire Marshal Training course is to give the delegates the basic knowledge and skills through theoretical and practical training.
Delegates should be able to prevent fires, make appropriate judgements when evaluating a fire, manage evacuation of personnel and ensure all are safely accounted for in the event of an unmanageable fire. If the incident is judged to be safe, the delegates should be able to efficiently extinguish an initial fire by using basic hand held firefighting equipment.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the development and spread of fire
- The causes of fires and the related dangers
- Identifying signs of a fire
- Knowledge contingency plans, including smoke detection and emergency escape procedures
- Correct actions for discovering a fire including correct use and fire extinguishing using firefighting equipment.
- You must be aged 18 years or above when you arrive for the course.
- A good standard of general fitness is required, you will also need to complete a medical questionnaire.
All successful delegates will receive a certificate and ID card covering their training for 2 years