A certificated course, for all employees, where they receive expert tuition on how to reduce fires in the workplace and what their actions would be if a fire were to occur.
This course complies with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Health & Safety legislation.
Candidates will have...
Please note: Practical Fire Extinguisher Training is part of the course. As standard, The P-A-S-S technique is used for the extinguisher training, not a live fire. There is the option of adding the realistic "Live Fire Extinguisher" training for course attendees for an additional £100 + VAT. Please contact us if you want this option adding.
P - Pull the pin. It is there to prevent accidental discharge.
A - Aim low at the base of the fire. This is the where the fuel source is.
S - Squeeze the lever above the handle. Release to stop the flow.
(Some extinguishers have a button instead of a lever)
S - Sweep from side to side. Move toward the fire, aiming low at its base. Sweep until all flames are extinguished. Watch for re-igniting. Repeat as necessary. Have site inspected by the fire department.
Successful candidates will be awarded the Fire Awareness certificate valid for 3 years
Accreditation is provided by First Response First Aid Ltd
Price Per “Group” at your Venue:
£295.00 + VAT
Full Terms & Conditions apply.
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