Who should attend this Fire Safety Training Course?
This course is suitable for delegates within a profession, such as fire risk assessors, facilities managers, building owners, and building control officers.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Fire Safety Training Overview
This one-day course begins by explaining the relevant Fire Safety legislation and regulations, depending on your location. As an example, The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 covers general fire safety in England and Wales.
Next, the course turns to the chemistry of fire and how it can spread. This allows delegates to have a rigorous scientific understanding of how fire can be produced, which in turn helps to avoid fires starting in the first place. Most fires are preventable and can be avoided by individuals adopting the correct procedures and behaviours.
The remaining hours of the course concern the actions that individuals should take when fires occur. Training covers evacuation, fire extinguishers, and fire fighting. The very last section explains Fire Marshal duties, and how they are responsible for the safety of others, and ensuring that when actions are taken, they are completed safely and efficiently.