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Fire safety training courses in the workplace for companies in Milton Keynes, Banbury & Daventry

Workplace fire safety courses

Fire safety training for Fire Marshals and staff

We currently offer two workplace fire safety training courses. Please see full details below including course syllabus and pricing:

Award in Fire Safety for Marshals (Level 2 RQF)

Who is this suitable for?

This qualification provides the knowledge and understanding required for those acting as fire marshals in the workplace.

Which candidates can attend?

The minimum age to undertake this qualification is 14 years.

When and where does the course take place?

This is a 6 hour course completed on the same day. Training can take place at your workplace on a date and time to suit you.

Course syllabus

This is a qualification that indicates an individual can undertake a specific role in the workplace and that may be relied upon by employers.

1. Understand the hazards and risks associated with fire in the workplace.

  • List the elements of the fire triangle
  • Outline methods of smoke and fire spread
  • Give examples of how the risk of fire can be lowered in a workplace

2. Know how to use a range of fire controls.

  • List common fire controls in a workplace
  • Explain how to use a range of fire controls including:
         • Fire Exits
         • Fire Doors
  • Explain the importance of clear routes or travel
  • Describe how to use a range of portable fire extinguishers

3. Understand the importance of a prompt and safe evacuation of the workplace.

  • Outline the actions to be taken on hearing a fire alarm
  • Outline how a safe evacuation can be undertaken in a workplace
  • Outline how members of the public and visitors should be alerted to the presence of a potential fire

4. Know how to support individuals during an evacuation

  • Outline what is meant by the term personal emergency evacuation plan
  • Explain when a personal emergency evacuation plan would be implemented
  • List ways of supporting an individual during an evacuation

5. Understand the roles of the fire marshal in the workplace

  • Explain the actions to be taken by a fire marshal during an evacuation
  • Outline how to undertake a search of a workplace
  • Outline the information that should be passed to the emergency services
  • Outline the day-to-day duties of a fire marshal

How much does this fire safety course cost?

In-house (up to 16) £400

Open £70 per person

All costs include the provision of a Fire Safety
Manual as well as full certification.

PRACTICAL EXTINGUISHER TRAINING CAN BE ADDED FOR AN EXTRA COST

Workplace fire safety courses

How long is the course?

6 hours (excluding breaks)

Workplace fire safety courses

Is this course accredited?

Yes, valid for 3 years

How much does this fire safety course cost?

In-house (up to 16) £250

Open course £40 per person

All costs include a Certificate.

PRACTICAL EXTINGUISHER TRAINING CAN BE ADDED FOR AN EXTRA COST

Workplace fire safety courses

How long is the course?

3.5 hours (excluding breaks)

Workplace fire safety courses

Is this course accredited?

Yes, valid 3 years

Award in Fire Awareness at Work (Level 1 RQF)

Who is this suitable for?

This qualification provides the knowledge and understanding of fire safety required for employees in low to medium risk workplaces.

Which candidates can attend?

The recommended minimum age for this qualification is 14 years.

When and where does the course take place?

Typically delivered over 3.5 hours (excluding breaks), this training can take place at your workplace on a date and time to suit you.

Course syllabus

This qualification provides knowledge related to fire safety in the workplace, including the need for safe evacuation.

1. Understand the hazards and risks associated with fire in the workplace.

  • List the elements of the fire triangle
  • Outline methods of smoke and fire spread
  • Give examples of how the risk of fire can be lowered in a workplace

2. Know how to use a range of fire controls.

  • List common fire controls in a workplace
  • Explain how to use a range of fire controls including:
         • Fire Exits
         • Fire Doors
  • Explain the importance of clear routes or travel
  • Describe how to use a range of portable fire extinguishers

3. Understand the importance of a prompt and safe evacuation of the workplace.

  • Outline the actions to be taken on hearing a fire alarm
  • Outline how a safe evacuation can be undertaken in a workplace
  • Outline how members of the public and visitors should be alerted to the presence of a potential fire

Can we help with any questions?

If you’re looking for specific fire safety training or have any questions about our current courses, we’d love to hear from you.
Pick up the phone and talk to us today on 07795 066 899 or 01280 706 205.
Alternatively send us a message and we’ll respond as soon as we can.

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All of our fire safety courses are designed to be memorable, fun and engaging so you can enjoy yourself while you learn.

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