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Fire marshal training courses London – Does yours include your fire plans?

Do your fire marshal training courses London sessions include your fire plans? Does it also include fire drills and live fire training?

Fire marshal training courses London sessions should be your place of work. However, if your staff come to one of our open courses any training, persons must look at their in house fire emergency plans after the training.

Our in house fire training  has the following benefits:

  • Accredited fire training.
  • We are also an approved fire training centre.
  • 3 hour courses that can also include live fire training and fire drills.
  • Includes fire emergency plans so your staff know what they are expected to do when the alarm sounds.
  • Persons all get certificates and also online training notes after the course.
  • Former fire service trainers.
  • Fully insured.

How many people can come on an in house course?

Managers may place any number of persons on their in house course. We need a room large enough for all of the attendees, a white wall or screen and also keep the trainer happy with a few cups of coffee!

If you decide to have live fire training we do not an outside space. We limit the numbers outside to twenty persons so we can keep every one safe. All persons can the opportunity of putting out a small fire with our extinguishers.

How to book fire marshal training courses London

Booking an in house course with us is easy! Either call us or send us an email with your preferred dates. Once we have agreed a time and date, we will ask for some of your details and also agree our terms if you are a new customer. Once we have your details, your in house course is booked. Our trainers will call you a couple of days before the course to arrange arrival times and also room set up.
 

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Is your fire training site specific?

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Is your fire training site specific?

Is your fire training site specific? All employees require fire training and government guidance details what they will need to know. Many organisations do not train there staff in the correct way, so why not follow our simple guide.

Most managers know that a fire risk assessment of the workplace is a legal requirement. Many others also know that they need a fire emergency plan. A fire emergency plan details the fire safety arrangements of the workplace and also includes any fire evacuation plans they have in place.

Fire emergency plan

The fire emergency plan should cover the following issues:

  • Action on discovery of a fire – This will detail the action to be taken on discovering small and also large fires.
  • Warning if there is a fire – This means the details of the fire alarm system, how it operates, what it sounds like and also what staff should do when they hear it.
  • Arrangements for calling the Fire Brigade. This includes who calls them and also when. Staff show be aware of the policy that fire services have dealing with automatic fire alarms. Many fire services have different policies, so make sure you find out which one your local fire service operates.
  • Evacuation plans – All staff must know what to do when the fire alarm operates and also who will put the plans into place.
  • Power and process isolation. Some workplaces will need to shut down machinery if the fire alarm operates.
  • Assembly points – Where it is and also, is there a secondary point if the first is not available.
  • Liaison with the Fire Service – Which member of your staff meets the fire service and where?
  • Identification of key escape routes – This is easily sorted by placing floor plans next to each fire action notice.
  • Fire fighting equipment – Details of your fire extinguishers. This should also include systems in server rooms, kitchens etc.
  • Details of persons with responsibilities in the fire plan ie fire marshals.
  • Details of fire training for fire marshals, all staff, evacuation buddies, temporary staff etc.
  • Provision of information to other persons – Making sure other tenants and neighbours know about your fire plans etc.

Staff fire training

Staff fire training should be based on the plan above. It is so simple! Make a plan and then tell your staff what is in it and also don’t forget to carry out fire drills.

Many companies like to include live fire extinguisher training and our teams can provide this at your site or at our venue if you do have outside space. Either email us or call us for more details.

So how often should fire training be carried out? This will depend on the level of risk in the building. A good fire risk assessor will be able to help you decide how often your staff need fire training.

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10th May fire marshal course filling up fast

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Our fire marshal course to be held in London on 10th May 2017 is filling up fast! With three companies taking block bookings, this course is nearly full so book now for a place. Our popular fire marshal course programme always fill up, but our May course is nearly full.

Why do our courses fill so quickly? We have many repeat clients and also those that prepay to reserve places. We have just 6 places left and these will go soon.

Many other clients opt for in house fire marshal courses. We do not place a limit on numbers attending in house classroom based sessions. We limit numbers taking part in live fire training to twenty persons.

All of our fire courses are approved and accredited by the IFSM, a national fire body for fire managers. Persons on this course will each get a certificate and online fire training notes. We can also send your organisation a certificate for your company fire log and record.

All of our trainers have worked as commercial fire instructors with the fire service. The tea have all held training, emergency planning and workplace fire safety roles, as well as being operational fire fighters! If you have a question about fire safety – they will know the answer!

Our fire marshal courses are all based on government, fire service and British Standard advice. Act on what you are taught and your company will comply with fire law in respect of fire plans and trained fire wardens.

How to book a fire marshal course

Booking a fire marshal course with us is so easy. First pick either a open or in house course. Either email or call us for availability. Once we have agreed a date we will send a booking email. Once you have sent your details and agreed out terms, your course is booked!

 

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