Fire Warden Training

It is an unfortunate fact that accidents can – and do – happen. Whilst you can do everything you can, as an employer, to prevent this, it’s just as important to have processes in place for when these accidents do occur. Fire warden training is a great example of this as it ensures there is a designated, trained person who can react quickly, confidently and safely, should a fire break out.

About the course…

This half-day (four hour) course is designed for those individuals who have been nominated as their business’ fire warden. It would also benefit those in a managerial position, as well as individuals that require the ability to use a fire extinguisher.

Fully compliant with the requirements of the Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005, this half-day (four hours) course aims to provide those nominated individuals with a theoretical as well as practical knowledge of fire safety, how to reduce the risk of a fire and what to do should one break out.

What you will learn…

Each of the following topics will be covered on the fire warden course, providing you with all of the essential skills to react effectively, should a fire occur:

  • Fire safety legislation
  • The triangle of fire and convection, conduction and radiation
  • How to tackle a fire
  • How fires start and how to minimise risk
  • Emergency lighting
  • Evacuation procedures within a business
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Identifying significant fire hazards
  • Responsibilities of a fire warden
  • Basic risk assessment awareness
  • Extinguisher recognition and use (theory and practical)

How you will be assessed…

Whilst you will not be required to sit any formal or written exam, your instructor will assess you throughout the course to ensure that you progress, as required.

Where the course takes place…

The course takes place, typically, at your place of work. This is considered to be most cost-effective, convenient and comfortable for delegates. However, if you require training to be run off-site, we can work with you to source another suitable, local venue.

The cost of the course…