Fire Warden & Marshal Training
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Who is this course for?
This half-day course is designed for all members of staff nominated as fire wardens / marshals in their workplace. Instruction covers both pro-active and re-active roles and will equip the candidate with the tools needed to complete both aspects of the role, as laid down in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
What will I learn?
The course gives the nominated ‘competent person’ guidance in implementing the company fire evacuation procedure. It will also aid the fire warden in developing or improving an existing evacuation procedure and maintain its effectiveness in a changing workplace environment.
Learning outcomes and contents
The course has five broad learning outcomes:
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
How is the programme run?
The course is held over a half day and is split into two areas.
First portion is classroom based, incorporating exercises and question and answer sessions in conjunction with fire scene videos for an interactive course. The course content can be adjusted to focus on the key areas affecting you:
The information here is for the “standard” course but can be tailored to your requirements.
The second portion of the course is held outside at a small area of the site. Live practical fire fighting experience is gained through the use of extinguishers and a LPG powered fire simulator.
A certificate of attendance is awarded to each delegate following completion of the course. An optional multiple-choice assessment can be incorporated at the end of the training to verify learning achievement. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005 requires refresher training every year.
Suggested course programme (can be tailored to your needs)
Arrival and registration
Module 1: Introduction and overview
Module 2: Nature of smoke and fire
Module 3: Fire hazard spotting/the fire triangle
Module 4: Pro-active & Re-active duties
Tea / Coffee
Module 5: Classification of fire/extinguisher types/their use
Module 6: Practical fire fighting experience
Summary, closing, final questions, optional assessment