•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.
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.