Face To Face Fire Safety Training

A training course that will raise the general
awareness of fire safety and prevention amongst employees

Courses From £29.25 per person

For Further Advice & To Book Call: 01327 552160

IFE

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Face To Face Fire Safety Training


 

A training course that will raise the general awareness of fire safety and prevention amongst employees

Courses From £29.25 per person

For Further Advice & To Book
Call:
01327 552160

IFE

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Fire Safety Training

The face to face fire safety training course covers general fire safety, how to respond to fires, fire prevention and other aspects of the mandatory fire safety training required to meet The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

The course has been designed to give all of your staff vital fire safety knowledge.  Our trainers are ex-emergency services personnel and therefore they are able to bring the course to life with real-world examples.  Your staff also get the unique experience of putting out a fire with a fire extinguisher.

Get in touch with us today to book your place and learn the valuable and necessary skills everyone needs.

Key Features

  • Meets the requirements of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
  • Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) accredited course
  • Delivered at your premises at a time convenient for you
  • Highly experienced ex-emergency services trainers
  • Trainees get real-world experience of fire extinguishers
  • Up to 20 people can be trained at one time
  • Includes a free online training course per person

Course Costs

10 £385.00 £38.50
15 £485.00 £32.33
20
 
£585.00
 
£29.25
 

Our fees are £385 for up to 10 people and then £20 per additional person. A discount of £100 will be applied if two half day training sessions are booked back-to-back on the same day.

Trainers travel expenses will be added. There is an additional £50 for twilight/weekend courses.

For Advice & To Book Call: 01327 552160

The Benefits Of Taking This Course

 

Expert Instructors

Our expert instructors have years of real world experience within the field that they tutor, enabling them to be able to pass on that experience to the trainees.

Tailored Solutions

We can tailor our courses to meet your organisation's specific needs.  Compliance and legally required elements cannot be changed but we're happy to work with you to devise custom training courses to suit your requirements.

At Your Premises

Courses are usually delivered at your premises, ensuring the most cost-effective use of your personnel's time.

Course Content

Session 1 - Introduction to Fire Safety in the Workplace

By the end of the session, learners will be able to:

  • State the cost of fires in the workplace to businesses and individuals
  • State the common causes of workplace fires
  • List the duties and responsibilities of employees in relation to fire safety
  • List the duties and responsibilities of others in the event of a fire
  • State the actions to be taken in the event of a fire
  • List the methods available to raise the alarm in the event of a fire
  • State how to contact the emergency services
  • State the key elements for effective fire risk management in the workplace
  • List the components of the fire triangle
  • List the active and passive fire control measures
  • State the methods to prevent fire including fire prevention awareness
  • Define the role and the state the duties of the “responsible person” under the RRFSO 2005
  • Define the term "competent person" under the RRFSO 2005
  • State the role and the powers of the enforcing authorities
  • State the powers of the courts for breaches of the RRFSO 2005

Lesson content:

  • The cost to businesses and individuals
  • Causes of workplace fires
  • Duties and responsibilities of employees in relation to fire safety at work
  • Duties and responsibilities of others in the event an emergency e.g. fire marshals, fire service etc
  • The actions to be taken in the event of a fire
  • Methods of raising the alarm
  • How to contact the emergency services
  • The role and duties of the responsible person
  • Define the term competent person
  • The types of enforcement authorities
  • The powers of enforcement authorities
  • The powers of the courts for breaches of the RRFSO 2005
  • Common human behaviours in the event of fire
  • Methods which cause heat to be transmitted during a fire (direct contact, conduction, convection, radiation, flashover and backdraught).

Session 2 - The Use of Fire Extinguishers / Fire Extinguishment

By the end of the session, learners will be able to:

  • State the safety precautions needed to be undertaken before using fire-fighting equipment
  • State the requirements needed to correctly service check fire-fighting equipment
  • Outline the common human behaviours in fire situations where training has not been undertaken
  • List the names of methods which cause heat to be transmitted during a fire
  • Define the role and responsibilities of a fire marshal
  • State the steps of a fire risk assessment in the workplace
  • State the content of an emergency plan in the workplace
  • Demonstrate competent fire extinguishment
  • DRA (Dynamic risk assessment)

Lesson content:

  • The safety precautions of using fire-fighting equipment
  • Fire-fighting equipment service checks
  • Types of fire extinguishers and their uses