The fire safety course covers the following:
The Basic of Fire and Safety:
There are three fundamental elements to any flame in order for ignition to occur, learn what these are and how to prevent fires igniting and how to stop fires spreading should one ignite.
The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005:
Don’t get caught out, by failing to train your staff in the basics of effective fire prevention, which is breaking the law and can lead to a criminal conviction. Learn in this section the responsibilities of both employers and employees and who is in charge of fire safety in your workplace and how to assess your workplace to ensure the correct safety signs are in place.
In this section learn how to complete risk assessments in order to identify principles and implement practical solutions for effective fire prevention.
Detecting a fire:
This part of the course covers how fires can be detected in your workplace and understanding the relevant safety procedures.
Containing a Fire:
Learn when you should and should not contain a fire by understanding the various types of fire, identifying the correct equipment to use and how to use the equipment safely and effectively.
Fire Evacuation Procedure:
Learn best practices for writing and implementing a safe and effective fire evacuation procedure to remove all staff from the building in the event of a fire including who should be responsible for dialling 999.
Prevention of False Alarms:
Learn how to prevent false alarms and why it is important to do so.
Preview of the Course
Watch a sneak preview of the course for an example of the format of the course and the course content.
The price of this course is £15 + VAT per person per course.
The length of this course is 30 minutes excluding the time for the final exam.