Fire Marshal

  • Max Persons: 15
  • Duration: half day (3.5 hours)

Course Summary:

A certificated course that defines assists and instils confidence to those people who have a key role with the management of fire safety in the workplace. This course covers both emergency and none emergency issues of this vital role.

This course complies with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Health & Safety legislation.

Course Objective:

Candidates will have...

  • Understood the role of the Fire Marshal / Warden
  • Understood the importance of regular fire drills
  • A greater awareness of the dangers of fire and smoke
  • Awareness of all fire safety measures in the workplace
  • Understanding of their actions in the event of fire
  • Confidence in identifying and operating the correct fire fighting equipment
  • Awareness of potential fire hazards in the workplace
  • An understanding of human behaviour in fire
  • Fire Safety
  • Fire statistics
  • Fire Legislation
  • Action in the event of a fire
  • Operation and types of fire alarms
  • Action upon hearing the fire alarm
  • Means of escape
  • General fire precautions
  • Smoke travel
  • Human behaviour in fire situations
  • Identifying hazards in the workplace
  • Liaison with the emergency services
  • The Theory of Fire
  • Triangle of fire
  • Classes of fire
  • Methods of extinguishing a fire
  • Identification of fire extinguishers
  • Operation of fire extinguishers
  • Basic firefighting techniques

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-A-S-S Technique

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 fire department.

Successful candidates will be awarded the Fire Warden (Marshal) certificate valid for 3 years

Accreditation is provided by the First Response First Aid Ltd

  • Duration: half-day (3.5 hours)
  • Course Handouts: Fire Safety book for each candidate
  • Assessment: Continuous assessment by the tutor
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Suggested progression: None
  • The option of adding the realistic "Live Fire Extinguisher" training for course attendees. Additional costs apply.

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Further Information

  • Duration: half-day (3.5 hours)
  • Course Handouts: Fire Safety book for each candidate
  • Assessment: Continuous assessment by the tutor
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Suggested progression: None
  • The option of adding the realistic "Live Fire Extinguisher" training for course attendees. Additional costs apply.

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