The findings from a fire risk assessment required under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and general fire safety management practice requires that the Responsible Person must ensure that emergency arrangements are in place. The Responsible Person must also ensure that day to day fire precautions and management systems are organised. This includes implementing a fire safety plan and ensuring that everyone in the premises knows what to do and actions to take if there is a fire. Fire Marshals and Fire Warden form a central role in the fire safety plan.
The Fire Marshals and Wardens course from First Response helps those nominated to undertake the role of a Fire Marshal or Warden understand how fires start, how they spread, the need for good housekeeping and what they need to do in the event of an emergency.
The course has been developed for all levels of employees in an organisation who have been nominated to undertake the responsibilities of a Fire Marshal or Warden.
The aim of the course is to make appointees aware of fire precautions, emergency arrangements and their role in the fire safety management plan. At the end of the training trainees will be able to:
On successful completion, a certificate can be downloaded.
This eLearning course is IOSH Approved and CPD Certified.
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