Fire warden training Essex in house courses for your staff

Fire warden training Essex in house courses for your stafffire warden training Essex

Our Fire warden training Essex in house courses are ideal for your fire wardens to learn all about their role. Fire wardens play an important role in evacuating persons and also stopping fires from starting in your building.

This fire warden training Essex programme is an accredited course and as an approved fire training centre we can change your in house course to include your plans, procedures, specific risks and also include a live fire session. This course includes fire law, common causes of fires and also case histories. In addition, we look at classes of fire and all types of extinguishers. We also look at non emergency and emergency roles of fire wardens.

Non emergency roles of fire wardens include hazard spotting and also taking action to prevent fires. They will also carry out safety checks of fire equipment so they are ready for use. They will also take a lead role in fire drills.

Fire emergency duties include, evacuating persons, accounting and also disabled fire procedures. Our programme also looks at fire emergency plans which are a legal requirement for all organisations.

How to book fire warden training Essex in house courses

Booking a fire warden training Essex session is so easy! Either call us or email us with your preferred date. We will ask for your details and when you have given them to us, your course is booked! Try to give us a few weeks notice so we can be sure to give you the date that suits you best.

Other fire warden training Essex info

This fire warden training Essex programme is:

  • An approved course
  • Can also include a live fire extinguisher session
  • Can be changed to include your plans so it is specific to your staff
  • All attendees get a certificate of attendance and also online training notes

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Fire warden training Essex

Fire warden training Essexfire warden training Essex

Our fire warden training Essex programmes are available as in house and also off site courses. In addition, our fire warden training Essex programmes can include a live fire training session. Your in house course is for a one off fee, so you can have as many staff attend as you wish. Alternatively, off site course can also include a live fire training session. Call our team for more details.

Fire wardens have a vital fire safety role in any workplace or building. This course provides approved content, so will equipment your staff to perform their role effectively. The programme looks at fire law, common causes of fire, fire extinguishers, fire drills, hazard spotting, safety checks, evacuation and accounting for persons and also disabled fire plans.

This training programme is provided by an approved fire training centre. Since our team have worked as senior Essex fire officers, your staff can be assured of great training. On completion of the course, fire wardens receive a training certificate and also on line course notes.

How to book a fire warden training Essex programme

You can book a fire warden training Essex programme by either calling us or sending an email. We will ask for details from you and once this has been received we will confirm your training date.

We will ask for your address, invoice details, purchase orders and also ask you to agree our terms. It is as simple as that so why not call us now!

Further information about this training course

This is an accredited fire training course. It is three hours in duration and can also include live fire extinguisher training using our rig and fire extinguishers.

We have recently delivered fire warden courses in Clacton, Colchester, Witham, Braintree, Chelmsford, Brentwood, Southend-on-sea, Harlow, Grays, Saffron Walden and also Loughton.

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Fire warden courses London – Approved training

Fire warden courses London – approved trainingfire warden courses London

Our fire warden courses London programmes are approved fire training courses so your staff will get great advice. As an approved centre we have base courses and therefore these can be changed to include your fire plans. In addition your in house fire warden courses London programmes will still be accredited. All persons receive a training certificate and also get on line training notes.

The fire warden course has four sessions and these include: fire law, causes of fire and also recent fires. In addition, we talk about types of fire and fire extinguishers and can also include a live fire training session. Next we look at non emergency duties such as hazard spotting, fire safety checks and also drills. Finally, we look at emergency duties including evacuating and accounting persons. We also look at disabled fire procedures during this session.

Will this course make us compliant?

By law managers must have plans to get persons out of a building in the event of a fire. They must also the right number of trained persons to put the plan into place. Therefore this course, along with regular fire drills in your building will help you meet your legal duties. However, you must also train all other staff too. This course includes details of fire emergency plans and this is the what all staff must know! Some workplaces ask fire marshals to train all other staff after attending this course!

How to book this course

This course can be booked as an in house fire warden courses London programme or also as individual places on a fire marshal course. Either call our team or send us an email for available training dates. We will ask for information to complete your booking. Once we have got your details your course or places will be confirmed.

Call now to book the best fire warden training in London

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Fire warden courses London – What will you learn?

Fire warden courses London

Because, 0ur fire warden courses London programme has been approved by a national fire industry body, your staff can be assured of great training.

This three hour programme is in four sections and can also include a practical fire extinguisher session. So what will your staff learn?

First of all our team will find out everything about your fire safety practices. They will then discuss reasons for fire wardens and also for prearranged plans and procedures. Next we will look at the different classes and types of fire.

The role of the fire warden is discussed in two parts; Non emergency duties and also what to do when a fire alarm operates in the building. Since all workplaces are different, we will talk about the various roles you may be asked to perform.

Finally, this course can be adapted to include your own plans if you have them. For more details of fire warden training London programmes view the fire warden course link.

 

 

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