Is online fire training for you? This short blog looks at whether online fire training can work for your staff.
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Fire safety in care homes
Fire safety in care homes
Fire safety in care homes is vital to protect vulnerable persons, service users and also staff and visitors.
This week our team trained three companies that ran care homes or buildings for vulnerable persons. As regular users of our fire safety in care homes courses and also fire risk assessment clients, each has a good fire safety standard.
Our courses highlight the need for well trained staff who all had the chance of live fire training and also taking part in a fire drill.
Staff in care homes need to know the contents of their fire emergency plan and should also understand some basic fire safety issues. This includes:
- The dangers posed by overloading extension leads and also the use of block adaptors
- Why fire doors are so important
- Understanding different types of fire and also which is the best extinguisher for each type of fire
- The common causes of fires in care homes
- Fully understand their role when a fire alarm operates and in addition when to implement evacuation procedures
- Simple fire prevention measures such as cleaning tumble dryer vents
Our care home fire training courses include fire law, common causes of fire, fire extinguishers, stages of fires, different types of evacuation in care homes, when to implement evacuation and also how to maintain personal safety. As an approved course we can alter the course content to include your specific plans and also site risks.
How fire safety in care homes courses
Booking a fire training course with us is so easy! Either email or phone us with your preferred training dates. Once we have agreed a date we will send our booking email and also ask you to agree our terms and conditions. Once we have heard from you, your fire training course is booked. Our trainer will call a few days before the course to discuss arrival times and room layouts. Yes – it really is that easy, so why not call us now!
Fire marshal training courses London
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.
Fire warden training in London
Our fire warden training in London programme includes open and also in house fire warden training.
This three hour approved course is ideal for fire wardens to carry out their role safely and in addition, assist with fire safety checks and maintenance.
The fire warden training in London programme is split into four parts. Firstly, we discuss fire law, common causes of fire and also some case histories. Next we look at types of fire and also all extinguishers. After a short break we look at the role of fire wardens. Since this job is not just an emergency role, we look at regular tasks that fire wardens carry out. The fire warden role includes regular duties such as hazard spotting, safety checks and fire drills. Finally we look at the emergency role and look at evacuating buildings, accounting for persons and also disabled evacuation plans.
We can include a live fire training session so your staff can tackle some small fires. All we need is an outside safe area that meets outside space rules. We use a safe LPG fire training rig and also we supply the fire extinguishers!
All persons on this course will get a training certificate and in addition online fire training notes about their place of work.
How to book fire warden training in London
Booking fire training with us is so easy. You can either call or email us with your preferred training dates. Once we have agreed a date, we will ask for some information. We will ask for the service delivery address (if it is an in house fire warden training course), an invoice address, the names of attendees and also that you agree our terms and conditions. Once we have your details and you have agreed our terms, your course is booked.
Our trainer will call a day or so before the course date to discuss room layout and arrival times. We are certain you will find our training courses enjoyable and supply your staff with all the information they need to carry out their fire safety role.
Fire marshal training London restaurants
Our fire marshal training London restaurants courses are ideal for all staff working in restaurants, cafes and also other catering premises.
Our courses are available as open sessions and also as in house fire marshal training London restaurants programmes. We can tailor in house training to include your fire plans and types of fire extinguishers. Therefore the training will help staff to know exactly what to do in case of fire.
So what will your staff learn on an in house course? Since we document the course programme on many of our posts, here are a few issues we could talk about on your in house course:
- What to do if a fire occurs in the kitchen area. This is the most common type of fire in restaurants so must be included.
- Evacuation plans for multi storey restaurants and also single floor premises.
- Disabled evacuation plans including seating and means of escape.
- Fire marshal daily checks – Before service, during service and also after service periods.
- Hazard spotting in your workplace
- Your ideal assembly point and also evacuate to disperse considerations
- Dealing with awkward customers when a fire alarm operates – What should your staff do?
When can also include live fire training if you have a suitable outside space, so can show your staff how to use wet chemical fire extinguishers and fire blankets.
How to book fire marshal training London restaurants courses
Booking our fire training courses is so easy. Either email us or call us with your preferred dates. Once we have agreed a training date we will reserve this for you for five working days. We will ask for some details and also that you agree our terms and conditions. Once you have provided us with the info we need, your course is booked!
Our trainers will call you a day or so before the course to arrange our arrival time. Remember, we can provide training early or at regular times. Today we have offered training for a well known restaurant in Covent Garden from 0800-1100. Pre service fire training so it doesn’t interfere with your working day!
Fire marshal training options
Our fire marshal training London options
We provide fire marshal training London courses in different ways. Our team runs open courses every month, but can also offer in house or off site courses. These course are accredited and also an ideal way of giving easy to understand information to your staff.
Our approved course is three hours long but in house courses can be shortened if this suits your business needs. We can also make some changes to in house courses and include your fire plans and cover risks in your place of work.
Open courses are held every month in Stratford, East London. These courses include a live fire training session so your staff can tackle small fires while being looked after by our trainers.
In house and off site courses can be held as morning, afternoon or evening sessions. We also provide training at weekends for those who cannot have week day training.
Why pick us for your fire marshal training London courses?
All of our trainers have previously delivered this course for the fire service. So, your staff will get approved fire service style training for a fraction of their costs.
As an approved course, it has been judged by a panel of fire safety experts. It is considered to be of sufficient quality and content to be awarded an IFSM accreditation badge. This means your staff can be sure of great training and also learn about their fire safety role.
The course is based on government notes, fire service advice and also British Standard recommendations. If we then add your fire plans and fire risk photos this be the best fire marshal training your staff have ever had!
If you need more information, either call us or email us and we will be happy to talk about your fire training needs.
Fire extinguisher type – the best extinguishers for your building
We look at the best fire extinguisher type for your workplace
So what is the best fire extinguisher type for your place of work. You will need different types depending on the risk in the building. Places of work must have at least one general purpose fire extinguisher for each 200 sq metres of floor space and also other types of extinguisher for other risks.
A general purpose fire extinguisher type is either a water or also a foam extinguisher. 3 litre general purpose fire extinguishers will put out 13A size fires. This means that the extinguisher is capable of putting out a fire 1.3metres x 1.3 metres x 1.2 metres of a Class A type fire. 3 Litre foam extinguishers with this rating should also put out a fire size 144B (1.44 metres in diameter liquid fuel fire).
So what other types of fire extinguisher are needed? Managers must thin about the other risks in a place of work. For an example an office will have computers and heaters etc so CO2 extinguishers should be in the area. 2 KG CO2 extinguishers are best for offices etc. 5 KG CO2 extinguishers are for use in factories and similar places of work. Workplaces with kitchens or who provide commercial cooking may need a Wet Chemical extinguisher if Class F materials (cooking oils) are used. Dry Powder extinguishers are sometimes found in boiler rooms but are not generally suitable for fighting fires indoors.
Fire extinguisher type example
Here is an example of what extinguishers a building would need. So fir instance, a three floor building with 700 sq metres of floor space per floor would need four general purpose fire extinguishers. They could be water or foam or also a mix of the two types. In addition, they would need carbon dioxide extinguishers if there was offices in the premises. They may consider a dry powder extinguisher for a boiler room.
Fire marshal training Cambridge options
Our fire marshal training Cambridge options
We provide fire marshal training Cambridge in two different ways. Our team can deliver in house fire marshal training programmes or also as off site sessions.
As an approved fire training centre, all of our courses have been accredited by a national fire industry body, so your staff can be sure of great training. Our team were all previous trainers with the Fire Service Safety Partnership. So your staff get fire service style training for a fraction of the price.
All persons on the courses get a training certificate and also online fire training notes when they have completed the course. Our online training notes will be based on your type of workplace.
Each of our training courses is based on government, fire service and also British Standard advice. So you can be sure of our training passing inspecting fire officers audits.
How long does the training last?
Our courses are three hours long but can be shortened a small amount if required. We may need a little longer if you select a live fire training session. We use a safe fire rig and also our fire extinguishers.
Our team can also deliver a number of courses throughout the day, so not all of your staff are tied up training. Either call us or email us for more details on how we can provide your fire marshal training Cambridge programmes.
How to book fire marshal training Cambridge programmes
Booking a fire marshal course with us is so easy. Either call us or email us with your preferred dates. We will ask for some details and also ask you to agree our terms. Once we have your details – your course is booked! It really is that easy to book your in house or off site fire marshal courses Cambridge.
What are the benefits of in house fire marshal training?
So what are the benefits of in house fire marshal training? Firstly, the most obvious benefit is it causes minimum disruption to your staff. They can also get straight back to work as soon as the training is finished!
In house fire marshal training can also help the trainers understand your workplace and any possible hazards in it. Some managers ask the trainers to include their specific fire emergency plans. They also can talk about any concerns and include photos of possible risk areas. Our team can provide tour of a workplace and point out fire safety features, so marshals understand fire safety more fully. Furthermore, we can view a fire drill and make suggestions for improvements if required.
Lastly, most workplaces on large sites have an open space for live fire training. We carry out a risk assessment of the area and if it is safe carry out a practical extinguisher session. Our team uses a safe LPG rig and also a range of jet and spray extinguishers. Your staff can then tackle small fires while being looked after by our trainers.
As an approved fire training centre all of courses are accredited. This includes adapted in house fire marshal training that follows our base course syllabus. Therefore, after the course your fire marshals get a training certificate and also online training notes.
How to book in house fire marshal training for your staff
Booking training with us is so easy. Either call us or email us with your preferred dates. Once we have agreed a date, we will ask for some details and also ask you to agree our terms. Once we have your details, your in house fire marshal training is booked.
Still not sure what you want? Call our training team and we will discuss how to get the most out of your annual fire training sessions.
We regularly hold in house fire marshal training London programmes and in house fire marshal training Essex courses.
Fire marshal training in London
If your staff need fire marshal training in London, we will have the right option for you. You can select either in house fire marshal training in London, off site or open course places. If you need fire warden training…. well that’s the same thing and we deliver too!
So what is the right type of training for your staff?
- If you have only a few staff or also need for staff to be away from work in small numbers than an open course will be most suitable. Our open courses also include live fire training using our extinguishers.
- If you want minimum inconvenience, we can also deliver in house training at your premises. This can be either with or without a live fire training session. It will depend whether you have a suitable outside space.
- If you want to train your whole team together and want live fire training but don’t have the space we can offer off site fire training for your team too!
What will my staff learn on a fire marshal training in London course?
All of our staff fire training courses have been accredited so you know your staff will receive great and relevant training. The fire marshal course is based on government fire notes, published fire service advice and British Standards.
Your staff will learn about fire law, common causes of fire, fire extinguishers and also types of fire. They will also be taught how to have effective fire drills, hazard spotting and regular safety checks. Lastly. they be taught about evacuation persons from a building and accounting for them. This will include disabled persons as well as other persons throughout the entire day.
All attendees will receive on line training notes for their type of workplace and also an attendance certificate.
If you need more information about the different options for fire marshal training in London or want to discuss course content contact us now. Either call or email us and talk to our team.