Fire Awareness Training or Fire Warden

Who should attend?

Fire Training is aimed at Building Managers and any other person(s) identified in the fire risk assessment. 

Fire Safety Awareness Training

  • fire safety duties under the law
  • common causes of fire
  • be able to support effective evacuation
  • fire triangle
  • classes of fire
  • different extinguisher types
  • know how to prevent fire and limit fire spread
  • be able to identify the requirements of an effective fire action plan
  • use fire extinguishers effectively/live fire training

Duration

  • 3 GLH 

Fire warden training

Course content:

  • fire precautions regulations/legislation
  • chemistry of fire and how fire spreads
  • common causes of fire
  • safety features within buildings
  • action on discovering a fire
  • calling the Fire Service
  • Hazard spotting / hazard reduction
  • fire notices
  • evacuation procedures, evacuating people with special needs
  • liaising with fire controllers / Fire Service
  • daily and weekly fire checks and record keeping

Target audience:

  • all levels of staff who have the responsibility for Fire Marshal/Fire Warden and who may need to know how to safely operate fire extinguishers (theory principles only).

Objectives:

This programme provides staff with an understanding the basic principles and procedures of being a Fire Warden.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • understand fire regulations 
  • be aware of your role and responsibilities 
  • have the knowledge of what action to take if needed 
  • organise safe evacuation procedures

 

Identity

You must take proof of your ID to the course, (for you to be issued with a certificate). For example; your passport or driving licence. 

Booking

All course dates can be found on the course dates page. To book a place on one of these courses please contact us for further information on 01302 862655 or email healthandsafetytraining@doncaster.gov.uk. Bookings and T&C's are available on http://buy.doncaster.gov.uk/training

Last updated: 09 May 2022 11:53:24

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