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train4fire extinguisher icon Fire Warden / Marshal (basic training)
This half day course covers the role of the fire warden, the nature and risks of fire at work and advice on how to carry out an effective evacuation of a building in the event of an emergency incident.

To cover the essential points of fire safety, understand the importance of this role and how to carry it out, an opportunity to ask questions and an opportunity to experience putting out live fire (in a controlled environment).

On completion of the course, delegates will:
  • Understand the role of a Fire Warden / Marshal.
  • Appreciate the risk posed by fire and the devastating effect it has on a business.
  • Understand basic fire safety principles.
  • Understand the common causes of fire.
  • Undertake and organise fire evacuation drills and appreciate the importance of efficient evacuation procedures.
  • Liaise with the emergency services.
  • Recognise the various types of fire extinguisher and how to use them.
Any person within the workplace who has a specific responsibility for assisting in the emergency evacuation of a building.

To comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

3 hrs (09:30hrs 12:30hrs)

115 + vat (group of 10 690 + vat)

Telephone : 0118 921 2527

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