Abbey Fire

Fire Training

Fire Safety is governed by the Regulatory Reform (FireSafety) Order 2005.

Fire Training

Employers are required to:

  • Provide and maintain such fire precautions as are necessary to safeguard those who use your workplace.
  • Inform, instruct and train your employees about the fire precautions in your workplace.

Basic / Fire Awareness Course

This course provides the skills and confidence that will allow staff to carry out their duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures.

Who should attend:
All staff.

Basic / Fire Awareness Course

  • At the end of the course the student will:
  • Be aware of the dangers of fire
  • Understand the nature of fire and how it spreads
  • Be aware of simple fire prevention measures
  • Understand what to do in the event of a fire alarm
  • Be able to distinguish between different types of fire extinguishers
  • Be able to tackle small fires safely and effectively
  • Be equipped to perform their fire safety duties

Content

  • Basic fire prevention.
  • Evacuation procedures.
  • Chemistry of combustion.
  • Practical ‘first-aid’ firefighting on live fires.

Certificate:
A certificate is provided confirming attendance.

Fire Warden / Fire Marshal Course

Who should attend:
Key staff who have been selected for fire warden or other enhanced fire safety responsibilities.

Objectives / Content

  • Everything from the Fire Awareness Course.
  • Non Emergency Responsibilities.
  • Emergency Responsibilities.
  • Performing a supervisory/managing role in any fire situation.
  • Liaising with the emergency services on their arrival.
  • Detailed knowledge of the fire safety strategy of the premises.
  • Formulating an emergency action plan.
  • Any other matters specific to individual premises.

Certificate:
A certificate is provided confirming attendance.