Every organisation needs to nominate a responsible person to manage fire risk within the workplace, and depending on the size of the organisation and activities undertaken, it may also be necessary to appoint one or more Fire Wardens.
Fire Wardens are key to helping you manage fire risk by conducting inspections, reporting issues, and assisting an evacuation of the premises should there be a fire.
This one-day course can be conducted within your own training facilities or at a local hospitality venue in Sheffield, Doncaster, York, Leeds or any other town or city in Yorkshire.
Note: Operation of fire extinguishers is included within the course theory but a practical demonstration and discharge of extinguishers will not be possible.
What you will learn...
The principles of fire
Fire Prevention and Fire Protection
Expectations and duties of a Fire Warden
Basics of a Fire Risk Assessment
Detailed Course Information
A one day course designed to help the learner practise the skills required to manage team conflict effectively
- How fire legislation came about
- Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- The principles of combustion
- How fire can spread
- Protection and prevention methods
- Extinguishing media
- Fire risk assessment – brief outline
- The role of the Fire Warden
- Assessment of understanding
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HowesSafe has a range of safety-related training courses that focus not just on delivering knowledge, but also ensuring delegates can apply that knowledge in the workplace.
If Doncaster is too far for your needs, let us know and we will try to arrange a venue in a town or city near you.
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