Training

The 'Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order) 2005' states that all employees should receive regular fire awareness safety training. This is to reduce and prevent fire occurring in the first place, and to let employees know what to do in the event of fire.

Training your employees with our online fire safety training packages will go a long way to giving them greater awareness of the threat posed by fire to people and property.

All of our courses are Institute of Fire Engineers approved and comply fully with UK fire safety law. Our engaging video presentations can help reduce your training costs, provide a full administrative audit trail and will automatically issue certificates to all successful participants.

 AVAILABLE COURSES

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Basic Fire Awareness Course

Our basic fire awareness course is aimed at all employees in a workplace to assist them in identifying and reducing the risk that fire presents. Topics covered include:-

The chemistry of fire - the fire triangle, fire spread and the dangers of smoke.
Common causes of fire - arson, electrical equipment, smoking and poor housekeeping.
Safety features within buildings - alarm call points, smoke and heat detectors, emergency exit signs, emergency lighting and fire doors.
Fire extinguishers - water, carbon dioxide, foam, dry powder and wet chemical.
What to do if a fire occurs - what to do if you discover a fire and what to do on hearing the alarm.

Each module is followed by a short set of random questions; these tests must be completed before the course is completed

Prices for this course vary from £25.00 to £12.75 per person/licence depending on the number of candidates participating per organisation.
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Basic Fire Awareness Course for Nursing/Care Home Staff

This course is similar to the Basic Fire Awareness Course described above but also focusses on issues specific to the care home industry such as evacuation procedures for the elderly. Topics covered include:-

The chemistry of fire - the fire triangle, fire spread and the dangers of smoke.
Common causes of fire - arson, electrical equipment, smoking and poor housekeeping.
Safety features within buildings - alarm call points, smoke and heat detectors, emergency exit signs, emergency lighting and fire doors.
Fire extinguishers - water, carbon dioxide, foam, dry powder and wet chemical.
What to do if a fire occurs - what to do if you discover a fire and what to do on hearing the alarm.
Special evacuation procedures for the elderly

Each module is followed by a short set of random questions; these tests must be completed before the course is completed.

Prices for this course vary from £25 to £12.75 per person/licence depending on the number of candidates participating per organisation.
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Fire Extinguisher Training

This course is usually carried out after the successful completion of one of our basic fire awareness courses (described above).

It explains in detail the different types of fire extinguisher that are available, their application, pre-engagement and correct procedure for use.

Each module is followed by a short set of random questions; these tests must be completed before the course is completed.

Prices for this course vary from £25 to £12.75 per person/licence depending on the number of candidates participating per organisation.
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Fire Marshal Training

This comprehensive course includes content from all of the above courses plus additional topics on fire statistics, current fire safety legislation, fire risk assessments, fire preventative measures, safety features within buildings, the role of the fire marshal, action that should be taken on discovery of a fire and fire drills/evacuation.

It is recommended all designated fire marshals within an organisation complete the course to help ensure effective fire safety within the workplace.

Each module is followed by a short set of random questions; these tests must be completed before the course is completed.

Prices for this comprehensive course are £35.00 per person/licence.
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