Summary The role of the Fire Warden within a school is very important. Fire Wardens are there to assist in ensuring adequate fire safety procedures are implemented. The Fire Safety Regulatory Order 2005 requires that the appointed ‘competent person’ (in this case the Fire Warden) must also be provided with suitable training. This training module provides invaluable knowledge to the Fire Warden of their duties and what actions to follow in the event of a fire within a school environment.
This Fire Warden e-learning course uses a combination of interactive text and images to deliver the information.
By the end of the course you will have learned about:
Understanding your roles and responsibilities as a Fire Warden within a school
How to recognise how fires start.
What the key fire prevention methods are and the basic fire precautions that can be taken within a school
Understanding the context of means of escape and what action to take in the event of a fire.
The fire wardens role in a fire drill and what a fire warden needs to do in the event of a fire
Understanding the different types of fire extinguishers available in the working environment
Introduction to becoming a fire warden
Preventing fire spread
What is a fire warden
Fire Extinguishing Methods
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
Staff fire safety checks
Summary of Fire Warden duties
Multiple choice questions
Who should complete this course? The course is designed for all school staff 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 Duration - Approximately 30 minutes
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