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Fire marshal courses Kent

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Our fire marshal courses Kent programmes are accredited. In addition, as an approved fire training centre we can adapt our course to include your own plans. Since we follow a base course, your in house fire marshal courses Kent programme will still be approved. Persons on the course will get a training certificate and also online training notes.

So what will your fire marshals learn on this course? Firstly, we look at fire law and the common causes of fire. We also discuss different types of fire and the best fire extinguishers to put them out. Next, they will learn about fire marshals non emergency duties. Finally, we will discuss their fire emergency roll and include evacuation, accounting for persons and disabled fire procedures. The course includes discussion and sessions about fire drills, safety checks and also hazard spotting.

Will my fire marshals be qualified?

The managers of a workplace must have fire evacuation plans for all times the building is occupied. They are also need a sufficient number of trained persons to implement the plan. Persons working as fire marshals must be competent and be able to perform the role. This means you should select fire marshals carefully, since they will need to give clear instructions in an emergency.

The law also requires fire trainers to have suitable experience, knowledge and expertise to teach fire safety. Our tutors have all worked for the fire service safety partnership and provide many fire training courses in Kent. We can provide excellent references from other clients.

How do I book a fire marshal courses Kent programme?

Either give us a call or send us an email with your preferred fire training dates. We have a few teams so can usually select the date you need. We will ask for information from you and once we have your details we will confirm your training course.

Remember, our in house courses are based on one fee, so you can send as many staff on the course as you wish. We can also include live fire extinguisher sessions so your staff can tackle some small fires. We use an LPG fire training rig and our fire extinguishers. Call us if you would like this and we will provide our outside space requirements.

 

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Fire extinguisher training Essex programmes

Fire extinguisher courses Essex

ExtinguishersToday we carried out school fire training including our fire extinguisher courses Essex programme.

This course can include live fire extinguisher training and can also be attended by as many staff as you wish. So, what will staff learn on this training session. First of all, we take a brief look at fire safety law. This includes how fire risk assessment, fire emergency plans and fire training link together. We look at the common causes of fire and also discuss recent fires and case histories.

In addition, we discuss the different classes and types of fire. Furthermore, we look at the different types of fire extinguisher and see what is the best extinguisher for each class of fire. After the theory session, we can have a practical session providing you have a suitable outside space.

On the outside practical session we use an LPG fire training rig and our fire extinguishers. Staff can fight small fires while being closely monitored by our trainers. They will use water, foam and carbon dioxide extinguishers to put out the fires. Our fire training course is an approved programme and last about 1.5 to 2 hours. Each person on the course will get a certificate of attendance after completing the course.

To book this course either phone or email our team now!

What is an approved fire training course?

Our approved fire training courses have been reviewed by a fire industry body. The IFSM represents fire equipment retailers, assessors and trainers. Our courses have all been reviewed and we have been awarded Approved Centre status.

This also means that we can make some changes to our courses to include company and organisation plans. The course will still be an approved course and certificates of attendance  will reflect this. For more details go to the IFSM website.

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Fire extinguisher training Essex – Do you offer live fire training?

Fire extinguisher training Essex

Do you offer fire extinguisher training Essex programmes?

Yes, our company does offer fire extinguisher training Essex programmes and we can provide a live fire session. Persons taking part can tackle small fires using our training rig and extinguishers.

So what will staff learn on this course? First of all, they will be taught about the different classes and types of fire. Furthermore, they will learn about fire extinguishers than use jets, sprays and mists. In addition, they will be taught about water, foam, carbon dioxide, dry powder and wet chemical fire extinguishers.  Finally, they will take part in a practical exercise. The full course syllabus can be viewed via this link.

This course is recognised by a leading fire industry organisation who have awarded us Approved Centre status.

People attending this course will get a certificate after completing the training and training book links.

What do we need to bring?

We recommend that persons wear their normal work clothes and flat shoes. Attendees can also bring pens and paper as they may wish to take notes. However, if they do not take notes, we can send training links to their type of workplace. This course is based on government workplace guidance and fire service advice.

 

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Fire training course post -Who needs fire training in care homes?

Care home fire training

Because residential care homes are a high fire risk, this post will look at care home fire training. Since London Fire Brigade reported ten care home fires each week, we have had many calls from managers.

Care homes care for  vulnerable persons, therefore must have good fire plans and correct staff fire training. Common questions to us include:

  • So, how often should our fire training course be?
  • Who should be trained and also what should the training include?
  • Do we need to have live fire extinguisher training and also do you provide it?

The simple answer is fire training is based on risk? If the building is a high risk building, therefore the training should be more often than other workplaces. If a plan involves moving a high number of elderly persons more not less people will put the plan in place. Finally, there is no requirement for live fire training but some hands on fire extinguisher training may be useful to staff.

Care homes use delayed evacuation, progressive horizontal evacuation, vertical evacuation and sometimes full evacuation of occupants. With a large number of persons in a care home, all staff will have a role in the evacuation plan.

Most care homes have annual fire training and also regular fire drills. It is also important for different training for early and late shifts. Since there are many staff on in the day and only a small number at the night, staff will need different procedures.

Our residential care home fire training course

Fire training  content info is in Government guidance for  Care Homes. It includes: fire fighting equipment, fire evacuation plans, types of evacuation, looking for hazards and ensuring that fire safety measures are correct.

Fire Training Course .com provides approved training and look at stages of fires and what action should be taken. This three hour course will help all staff work quickly and efficiently when a fire occurs.

Go to our residential care home fire training page now for more details of this course. Managers can also get more info by either calling or sending an email.

Lastly, remember that our training can include hands on training. This includes live fires, drills and looking at the fire safety features in the building. Our trainers can also show how to move occupants from danger quickly using simple slings and equipment. Book your care home fire training course with us now!

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Fire safety training post – How frequently should staff receive fire training?

Fire safety training

Government guidance does not detail the frequency  of fire safety training, refresher training or fire drills.

The frequency of fire training will depend on the level of risk in a workplace. In a building with high risk, training should occur more often than premises which are low risk. For example, a large building with dangerous chemicals and many staff would have more complex plans and training than a single storey building with ten employees.

A good fire risk assessor will be able to provide guidance on how often staff have fire training. For example:

  • A large care home may have annual fire training.
  • A high risk chemical plant should have at least annual training.
  • A small building and low staff numbers could have fire training every two or three years.

So what should an organisations staff fire training cover? Government guidance booklets provide good advice and recommend that the fire emergency plan should be covered.

This will include:

  • Action on discovery of a fire.
  • Action on hearing the fire alarm.
  • Arrangements for calling the fire brigade.
  • Fire fighting equipment provided.
  • Evacuation plans including those particularly at risk.
    • Disabled fire procedures.
    • Procedures for those working in remote areas.
    • Procedures for persons working alone.
    • Plans out of office hours.
    • Regular hour fire procedures.
  • Location of escape routes.
  • Persons with specific responsibilities in the fire evacuation plan
  • Location of assembly points.
  • Frequency of training.

General staff fire training

We provide accredited fire safety courses and these can be provided at your workplace or at one of our venues. We also run open courses in London and you can send staff for basic fire safety training.

Each attendee will receive a certificate of attendance and online fire safety booklet links. For details of this course go to our General staff fire training page.

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Fire marshal course dates in London – Our latest training dates

Fire marshal course dates

We have added two new fire marshal course training and fire warden course dates in London. The courses which include a practical fire extinguisher session are scheduled for:

September 14th 2016   –   10.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

October 13th 2016        –   10.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

Attendees can choose to attend the fire extinguisher sessions only and are both from 10.00 – 11.30.

We also provide in house courses and workplace training for  care homes, construction sites, schools and hotels etc.

Fire marshal course content

This training course is delivered in five sections. This what you will learn:

  • The reasons for fire training and fire safety law.
  • The classes of fire, fire extinguishers and how to use them.
  • A practical fire extinguisher session using water, foam and carbon dioxide fire extinguishers.
  • Non emergency duties of fire marshals and fire wardens:
    • Fire emergency plans.
    • Hazard spotting and maintaining a safe escape route.
    • Fire drills and how to make them more effective.
    • Essential tests and fire safety checks.
  • Emergency fire procedures:
    • Evacuation strategies and where they are employed.
    • Accounting methods.
    • Disabled fire plans and personal emergency evacuation plans.
    • General evacuation advice and open forum.

If you are attending our course this is what you can expect! A lively  group from different types of workplace, experienced trainers who have served as fire officers and fire safety professionals, an attendance certificate and online training material.

The venue for these courses are Stratford Circus Arts Centre. This  venue is just three hundred metres from Stratford tube station. Stratford tube station can be found on the Central line, Jubilee line and British Rail.

 

For more details of the course content go to our fire marshal course page or call us on 0207 419 5001. Need more information? Our sales team will direct your call to one of the course tutors and they will be happy to answer all of your questions.

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