fire marshal course gloucester

Fire Marshal Course (Level 2)


DATE Monday, 27 May 2019

TIME 10 am – 3 pm

VENUE Expert Training Ltd, No 1 Business Centre, 1 Alvin Street, Gloucester, GL1 3EJ

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This Fire Marshal Course in Gloucester provides an accredited and nationally recognized certificate designed for those Health and Social Care organizations and individuals who need to acquire comprehensive knowledge about fire management and prevention within the workplace. This is a full day course structured in compliance with the Health & Safety at Work (Etc.) Act of 1974Fire Safety Act; the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. It assists healthcare practitioners and/ or their employer in achieving full compliance with the current fire safety regulations.

Course candidates will gain crucial skills, knowledge and competence to oversee and manage everyone’s safety within the workplace. They will also learn how to ensure fire safety measures are met and evacuation procedures are followed within the business.



Fire Marshal (Level 2)

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 compliance with the HSE and CQC Regulations.



On completion of this course, successful candidates will be able to:

  • Principles of Fire Safety
  • Fire Safety in the Workplace
  • Domestic Fire Safety
  • Fire Prevention
  • Principal duties of the Fire Marshal course Gloucester
  • Fire Marshal duties when a fire is discovered
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. Once you have identified the risks, you can take appropriate action to control them. Consider whether you can avoid them altogether or, if this is not possible, how you can reduce the risks and manage them. Also, consider how you will protect people if there is a fire. Fire marshal course Gloucester.