Warden & Marshal Training.

The Fire Warden or Fire Marshall is a person in the workplace who has been given the responsibility of managing people to safety in the event of a fire. They may also have some responsibility for weekly or monthly checks of the fire safety arrangements.

 

Our Fire Warden training ensures staff who have been nominated as a Fire Warden have the necessary skills and knowledge to equip them to fulfil the role.

Course Outcome, Duration and Numbers

On successful completion of the Fire Warden training, delegates will receive a certificate of training. With tailored adjustments to suit customer requirements, this course typically lasts around 2 Hours 30 Minutes.

 

To ensure efficient training, we recommend no more than 12 delegates at a time attend our Fire Warden training courses. However, we are happy to run multiple courses for your company to ensure more staff can attend.

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Course Content

Our fire warden training course ensures nominated Fire wardens are able understand and deal with their responsibilities and includes:

  • Fire Safety Legislation, including employers and employees responsibilities.

  • Principles of combustion, and how fire spreads.

  • Hazard spotting and reporting.

  • Responsibilities of a fire warden.

  • Actions in the event of a fire.

  • Evacuation principles.

  • Developing and managing routine fire safety checks.

  • Fire extinguishers - Theory

  • Fire Extinguishers - Practical (Optional)

Practical use of fire extinguishers on our training simulators is an optional element available to clients.

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