Our online Fire Safety training course is perfect to cover the necessary skills and knowledge of fire safety in care […]
Our online Fire Safety training course is perfect to cover the necessary skills and knowledge of fire safety in care homes, schools, offices, pubs, or any workplace. Ensure you meet legal requirements and have adequate fire safety training as required by The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Minimise the risk to life and comply with legislation with our online Fire Safety Awareness training course. Fire is one of the biggest risks that your employees face on a daily basis in the workplace. With around 50 people killed and more than 2000 seriously injured every year, it is vital that your staff know the causes and actions to take in a fire. In fact, every staff member is legally required to undergo basic fire safety training.
This fire safety course will teach your staff the fire safety signs, the risks of fire safety in the workplace, how to avoid a fire by spotting fire hazards, the different fire extinguisher types and their legal responsibilities. Upon successful completion of this training course, learners will receive a digital Fire Safety Awareness certificate, which can be used to show their compliance.
If you are in charge of risk assessments and evacuations procedures, we recommend our Fire Marshal Training Course due to a higher level of training required.
The aim of this online Fire Safety training course, delivered via e-learning, webinars or blended learning, is to greater increase your knowledge of fire safety, the cause of fires, the relevant legislation, fire safety signs and fire safety in the workplace.
- Risk assessment Understand fire safety management – this covers written risk assessments, checking fire alarms, fire detection equipment and emergency lighting and ensuring you have the correct records kept. Along with evacuation procedures and appointing the “competent person” for fire safety (Fire Marshal).
- Relevant safety measures Cover relevant safety measures and what fire safety equipment your workplace should have, along with the different detection and warnings of fire such as alarms, call points, sirens & bells and voice alarms. You will also learn the importance of emergency lighting and fire safety signs