Description of Course Since the Introduction of the Fire Safety Regulatory Reform Order of 2005, it is vital that an employer and their staff are fully updated with the hazards and risks associated with fire safety and fire evacuation training. Staff must be informed about what to do in an emergency situation including evacuation. First Health and Safety have produced two invaluable fire safety awareness training modules that introduces the basic concepts of fire/fire spread and the consequences of fire.
All people who complete this informative fire safety training course will be made aware of the basic precautions and simple control measures that can be implemented to reduce the risk of fire in your workplace.
To recognise the costs associated with fire and the reasons why fire starts
An overview of the main fire hazards in the workplace
To know what measures can be taken by to reduce the risk of fire and fire spread
To gain awareness of basic fire procedures and what action must be taken in the event of a fire
To understand the fire control measures that the employer must implement and how these should be maintained.
The course will also give an overview of the main legislation covering fire safetyin the United Kingdom.
Fire safety course content Interactive module Introduction Fire Prevention Preventing Fire Spread Evacuation Procedures Fire Extinguishing Methods The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 Staff Fire Safety Checks Multiple Choice Questions
The course is designed for all employees with little or no knowledge of Fire Safety issues, so is ideal for induction and refresher training.
Certification - All learners who successfully complete the module will be issued with a certificate of learning