Fire Safety Course provides an accredited and nationally recognized certificate designed for those organizations and individuals who need to acquire an awareness of fire safety in the workplace. The course is run over a half-day training session which is delivered in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work (Etc.) Act of 1974; Fire Safety Act; the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and assists any employee and/ or an employer in achieving compliance with that law.
Candidates will learn about their duty to prevent fires; the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly. This course presents an understanding of fire regulations and general fire precautions. It aims to provide an employee with initial knowledge to progress to a fire marshal role within the workplace.
The session develops learners knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas:
- Staff legal obligations with regard to fire safety
- Actions to be taken in the event of a fire occurring at work
- Fire extinguisher types and the correct use on a range of different fires
- Occurrence and spread of a fire
- How to reduce the risk of fire occurring in the workplace
- How to reduce the risk of fire occurring at home
Fire Safety Awareness (Level 1)
Upon successful completion of the session questionnaire.
The objectives of the qualification include supporting a role in the workplace and giving learners personal growth and engagement in learning.
- Principles of Fire Management
- Fire Safety in the Workplace
- Domestic Management of Fire
- Fire Prevention
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Employers (and/or building owners or occupiers) must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and keep it up to date. This shares the same approach as health and safety risk assessments and can be carried out either as part of an overall risk assessment or as a separate exercise. Based on the findings of the assessment, employers need to ensure that adequate and appropriate fire safety measures are in place to minimize the risk of injury or loss of life in the event of a fire. To help prevent fire in the workplace, your risk assessment should identify what could cause a fire to start, ie sources of ignition (heat or sparks) and substances that burn, and the people who may be at risk.
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- Skill level All Levels
- Language English
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