Fire Warden Training
React confidently in the event of a fire
The role of Fire Warden (Fire Marshall) is of paramount importance to any organisation, yet many simply allocate the title to a member of staff and never provide any guidance or training.
This attitude can land businesses in serious legal trouble should a fire break out and it come to light that adequate training was not provided.
What does a Fire Warden do?
Fire Safety Specialists Fire Warden training educates nominated staff in the day to day role and responsibility of being a Fire Warden, as well as their duties during an evacuation of the workplace.
It teaches them how to reduce hazards and creates a team able to react confidently in the event of fire, potentially saving lives and damage to the premises.
The training includes both theory and practical exercises and covers:
The role of the Fire Warden
Contacting the Fire Service
Types, classifications and use of fire extinguishers
How to use a fire extinguisher
Safety precautions whilst extinguishing a fire
Evacuation Drills (if required)
Who is the Fire Warden Training suitable for?
Our Fire Warden training is suitable for:
Nominated Fire Wardens or Deputy Fire Wardens, responsible for the day to day fire safety of a buildings (or part of)
Those nominated to assist in the evacuation of a building
A maximum number of ten can attend any one course.
If you would like to discuss Fire Warden Training or any other requirements, please do not hesitate to get in touch.