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Fire Marshal

Duration

1 day

Course Overview


This course has been designed to reinforce workplace policies and practices in fire prevention and evacuation procedures. Delegates will be made aware of their responsibilities under health & safety legislation together with practical information on basic fire fighting. Hands-on experience is gained through the use of fire extinguishers and general worplace scenarios to enable employees to dramatically reduce the risk of injury or damage to premises.

Learning Outcomes

  • Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005: Current legislation and Responsibilities
  • The Role of the Fire Marshal
  • Causes of Fire: The Fire Triangle
  • How fire spreads: Convection, Conduction, Radiation, Flashover, Backdraft
  • Arson: Statistics, Safeguarding against
  • Fire detection and warning &Means of escape
  • Risk Assessment: Identify levels of Risk, Who is at risk, Eliminate or control Risks, Consider improvement, Record findings, Prepare / update emergency plan, Review assessment
  • Fire fighting equipment: Fire Extinguishers (use of), Fire Blankets, Sprinkler systems
  • The Emergency Plan & evacuation
  • The Fire Drill
  • Hazardous materials (CoSHH)
  • Recognising fire hazards at home

Methods of Delivery


A range of methods will be used. These include: paired work; individual reflection; case scenarios; action planning. The trainer will also be usinf presentation slildes.
  • Course Content
  • Audience
  • Training Considerations
  • Certification
  • Related Courses

Course Content

Candidates will be
  • Aware of the importance of safe working practice.
  • Aware of their company's fire and evacuation policy.
  • Aware of the importance of fire risk assessments and their responsibility in complying with them.
  • Aware of the causes of fire, the way fire spreads and the methods used to prevent fires.
  • Able to use available fire fighting equipment correctly.
  • Aware of the safety signs & symbols in their workplace.
  • Aware of the information the emergency services need on arrival at the scene.
  • Capable of recognizing hazards in the workplace & their responsibility for reporting.

Target Audience

This course is suitable for: · those who are responsible for overseeing fire safety · designated fire marshals · anyone who needs to know how to use a fire extinguisher.

Training Considerations

Loose and comfortable clothing is advised to be worn on the day for the practical aspects of the course.

Certification

Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

Related Courses

Health & Safety
 
Fire Marshal
Duration: 1 day

Course Overview:
This course has been designed to reinforce workplace policies and practices in fire prevention and evacuation procedures. Delegates will be made aware of their responsibilities under health & safety legislation together with practical information on basic fire fighting. Hands-on experience is gained through the use of fire extinguishers and general worplace scenarios to enable employees to dramatically reduce the risk of injury or damage to premises.

Learning Outcomes:
· Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005: Current legislation and Responsibilities
· The Role of the Fire Marshal
· Causes of Fire: The Fire Triangle
· How fire spreads: Convection, Conduction, Radiation, Flashover, Backdraft
· Arson: Statistics, Safeguarding against
· Fire detection and warning &Means of escape
· Risk Assessment: Identify levels of Risk, Who is at risk, Eliminate or control Risks, Consider improvement, Record findings, Prepare / update emergency plan, Review assessment
· Fire fighting equipment: Fire Extinguishers (use of), Fire Blankets, Sprinkler systems
· The Emergency Plan & evacuation
· The Fire Drill
· Hazardous materials (CoSHH)
· Recognising fire hazards at home

Methods of delivery:
A range of methods will be used. These include: paired work; individual reflection; case scenarios; action planning. The trainer will also be usinf presentation slildes.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Candidates will be:
· Aware of the importance of safe working practice.
· Aware of their company's fire and evacuation policy.
· Aware of the importance of fire risk assessments and their responsibility in complying with them.
· Aware of the causes of fire, the way fire spreads and the methods used to prevent fires.
· Able to use available fire fighting equipment correctly.
· Aware of the safety signs & symbols in their workplace.
· Aware of the information the emergency services need on arrival at the scene.
· Capable of recognizing hazards in the workplace & their responsibility for reporting.



TARGET AUDIENCE
This course is suitable for:
· those who are responsible for overseeing fire safety
· designated fire marshals
· anyone who needs to know how to use a fire extinguisher.

TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
Loose and comfortable clothing is advised to be worn on the day for the practical aspects of the course.

CERTIFICATION
Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.


RELATED COURSES
Health & Safety

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