A Fire Warden or Fire Marshall has specific duties to perform to ensure that an establishment can cope and ensure, to the best of their ability, that if a fire happens that everyone can leave that establishment safely and as quickly as possible.
Fire safety is based mainly on the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 which is centred on the use of risk assessment and following the 5 steps involved in risk assessing.
The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 aims to reduce risks and prevent fires and includes duties such as carrying out regular risk assessments and maintaining constant maintenance of fire safety equipment.
Who is this training for?
Do you know the role of a Fire Warden consists of? Do you know checks that the Fire Warden has to perform on a regular basis? Or the protocol to take during a real fire? This course is to teach people who may be Fire Wardens in their establishment how to perform their duties correctly.
What does the course cover?
This course will cover;
This will provide your staff who are Fire Wardens, detailed and correct information on how to perform their duties to make your working establishment as safe from fires as possible. How to act if the worst case scenario of a real fire breaking out.
“The reform regulations refer to the ‘Responsible Person.’ This is defined as a person or persons in charge of fire safety. So this could be the employer, manager or owner of the premises. There is usually one or more members of staff who will undertake the role of being a Fire Warden or Fire Marshall. ”
(The Health and Safety Executive)
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