Fire safety at work should be a priority in order to protect lives, property and your business. It's important that employees know how to act if there is a fire.
Government regulations require at least one person within a company to take responsibility as the "responsible or competent person" to ensure the safety of employees, customers and the general public is being considered in the workplace.
Fire Warden training provides guidance on reducing the risk of fires occuring and preparing to respond effectively if they do.
Delegates will gain the necessary understanding of fire and fire procedures.
The course covers the essential requirements of a fire warden under the Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005 which came into effect in 2006.
Delegates completing a Fire Warden training course will be able to;
- Understand how to reduce the risk of a fire
- Act appropriately in the event of a fire
A Fire Warden training course includes;
- The role of the Fire Warden
- Risk assessments
- General fire safety and precautions
- Practical fire extinguisher training
- Smoke and smoke-filled environments
There are no formal prerequisites for a Fire Warden training course.