HS09 – Fire Warden/Marshall Training


Course Content

•Ensuring legal compliance •Fire prevention techniques •Stopping fires from spreading •Extinguishing fires (portable extinguishers and fixed installations) •Assessing risks and hazards •Safe procedure to follow in the event of a fire •Why fire drills are necessary •Fire alarms, sprinklers and fire doors •Different types of fire and their characteristics •Fire extinguisher colour coding • Inspections and recording (fire log)

Who Or Why You Should Attend

This course is delivered over 3 hours (half a day) and a certificate will be awarded upon completion.

Course Overview

Fire Marshalling training is delivered in compliance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and ensures that delegates are fully qualified to become a designated fire warden in their workplace. The course is an excellent accompaniment to our Fire Extinguisher Practical course and provides a more in-depth understanding of the different types of fire, how they are caused, and how to prevent them.