The Importance Of Fire Safety Training
Can you sense when something dangerous is about to happen? Can you predict a fire before it strikes? Nobody can, which is why we invest in preparedness. Avoiding the problem is always the better option, but if the situation is unavoidable, you want to know how to react.
Trusted Training 4 U wants to help you and your staff be prepared for situations you are not going to be used to. Chances are you don’t have experience fighting a dangerous fire, especially in an office setting, and this is why you need professional training.
The fire safety training provided by Trusted Training 4 U is focused on basic and practical steps, which dramatically increase the odds of everyone getting out unharmed. And all you need are a few trusted individuals who can take the lead when the moment calls for it.
Trusted Training 4 U will take up to 12 delegates and can provide certificates valid for 3 years. And all their instructors are trained and accredited. In other words, you’ll be getting fire safety training from the best in the business.
The possibility that anything can happen at any moment is what makes life great. But it should also make you cautious.
An effective fire prevention programme includes training employees in spotting fire hazards and carrying out proper procedures if a fire does occur. Having your staff trained in fire safety awareness and a certain number of staff trained as fire wardens can be the most effective way to reduce the chance of a fire and any fatal accidents.
Trusted Training 4 U cover basic fire safety awareness through to comprehensive courses that can demonstrate to your employees how to complete their own fire risk assessments.
All of our fire safety training courses are…
- Maximum of 12 Delegates & 3 Year Certificates.
- Accredited Instructors Across The UK
Fire Marshalling / Fire Warden
This four hour fire marshalling/warden course will help employees to understand the role that a designated fire marshal plays in the workplace. The course will include important training on preventing fires, the use of different types of fire extinguisher, and the safe evacuation of buildings.
This course is suitable for anyone who plays a role in fire safety, in any kind of working environment, whether that’s in an office or in a factory. Anyone who will be a designated fire marshal/warden, or who may come into contact with fire hazards, will benefit from the training this course provides.
The course will provide attendees with the knowledge to become a designated fire marshal/warden and will cover:
- Fire regulations
- General precautions that should be taken in the working environment
- What to do if you discover a fire
- Common causes of fire
- The science of how fires start and grow
- What a fire drill is and the purpose it serves
- The process of safely conducting a building evacuation in a fire
- Fire safety legislation, and the role of the employer and employees
- Identifying and correctly using different types of fire extinguisher
- The role that you will take on as a designated fire marshal
Fire Safety Awareness Course
It is a legal requirement that all companies ensure that their employees receive fire safety awareness training on an annual basis, and have an up-to-date fire risk assessment on the premises. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 helps to ensure the safety of all staff, clients and visitors who enter the building. Fire safety is the responsibility of everyone, so training should be regularly updated.
Fire is one of the most devastating risks to any business or service, and could have a serious impact on the health and safety of everyone on the premises. Fire safety must be taken seriously and understanding its prevention and how to manage the risks is paramount.
This fire safety awareness course will help to ensure that employees are aware of all the key information regarding fire safety in their workplace.
Participants of this fire safety awareness course will be able to:
- Have an understanding of fire laws and legislation
- Understand the obligations of their employer
- Understand their responsibilities as employees
- Understand some common fire hazards and risks
- Recognise the common causes of fire
- Learn about fire detection
- Understand what action to take on discovering a fire
- Learn about fire safety management and risk assessment
- Learn about fire fighting equipment