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Fire Safety Courses

  • Fire Awareness Training

    Fire Awareness Training Course Overview:

    This fire awareness training course has been designed to give personnel the necessary information, knowledge and training for them to be competent in basic fire safety. The law requires all employed personnel to have adequate fire safety training periodically.

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  • Fire Warden/Marshall Training

    Fire Warden/Marshall Training Course Overview:

    If you are an employer, business owner or are in control of a premises The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 that came into force on the 1st October 2006 states that you 'must ensure that your employees are provided with adequate safety training'. Protect you and your business by booking your staff on a fire warden training course now to ensure that you, as the 'responsible person', comply with current legislation!

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  • Fire Awareness Training Including Extinguisher Practice on Live Fire Simulator

    Fire Awareness Training Including Extinguisher Practice on Live Fire Simulator Course Overview:

    This fire awareness training course has been designed to give personnel the necessary information, knowledge and training for them to be competent in basic fire safety. During this theoretical and practical course you will safely experience the heat and flames from our simulator whilst we teach you to put out a real fire using a range of extinguishers. Ultimately you will gain confidence in operating a range of extinguishers to appropriately extinguish different classes of fires. The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order requires all employed personnel to have adequate fire safety training periodically.

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  • Fire Warden/Marshall Including Extinguisher Practice on Live Fire Simulator

    Fire Warden/Marshall Including Extinguisher Practice on Live Fire Simulator Course Overview:

    This course has been designed to give personnel the necessary information, knowledge and training for them to be competent in fire safety and perform duties as a fire warden/Marshall. During this theoretical and practical course you will experience the heat and flames from our simulator whilst we teach you to put out a real fire using a range of extinguishers. Ultimately you will gain confidence in operating a range of extinguishers to appropriately extinguish different classes of fires. The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order requires all employed personnel to have adequate fire safety training periodically and organisations are required to have fire wardens/Marshalls on hand at all times.

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  • Fire Risk Assessments

    Fire Risk Assessments Course Overview:

    Under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 employers are required to complete a Fire Risk Assessment in addition to their other fire safety responsibilities. The assessment should be carried out by a competent person and failure to carry this out could result in a substantial fine, imprisonment or both. It is also likely that your insurance policy would be invalidated leaving you to repair any damage caused. Essential 6 competent fire risk assessors can complete and assist you with your fire risk assessments contact our team for more information.

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