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WORKPLACE FIRE SAFETY TRAINING TO PUT YOU IN CONTROL

We take workplace fire safety training seriously at Smiths and we think that enabling your staff to take control in an emergency is much more valuable than just a compliance tick. Staff with training built into their development programmes feel more confident and capable and are more valuable to your business.

Our comprehensive range of Health and Safety training courses is conducted by our expert Smiths team and can be held in our training centre or on your premises. We continually assess and monitor our content and approach to make sure it’s effective and relevant to current standards and requirements. Successful course completion is rewarded with a certificate.

Fire Safety and Extinguishers in the Workplace Course

Introduction:
Fire Safety and Extinguishers in the Workplace is a stand-alone short course for all members of the workplace.

Course Information:
Topic areas covered:

  • Fire precaution/Fire Prevention
  • The Fire Triangle
  • Classes of Fire
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Operation of Fire Extinguishers (Theory & Practical)

Objectives:
By the end of the course the delegate will:

  • Have a basic knowledge of fire precaution/prevention
  • Be aware of the elements for fire to start and continue to burn
  • Be aware of the classification of fires
  • Be aware of the types of extinguishers
  • Be able to safely operate an extinguisher

Who will Benefit:

  • All members of staff

Duration of Course: Approximately 3 hours, up to 15 delegates.
Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of course
Type of Course: In your workplace or an open course at our training facility

 

Complete the contact form below to request a place.

Fire Warden / Fire Marshal Training Course

Introduction:
Fire Wardens / Fire Marshals in the Workplace is a stand-alone short course for all who have specific fire evacuation/safety responsibility.

Course Information:
Topic areas covered:

  • Basics of Legislation
  • The Speed of Fire Development
  • How Fires can be Started
  • Fire Hazards & Fire Risks
  • The Importance of Good Housekeeping
  • Fire Safety Measures
  • Evacuation & Emergency Procedures
  • The Role of a Fire Warden / Fire Marshal / Fire Coordinator
  • Fire Extinguishers – Suitability and how to use them (Theory & Practical)

Objectives:
By the end of the course the delegate will:

  • Have a basic knowledge of fire precaution/prevention
  • Have a basic knowledge of fire safety legislation
  • Understand the need to keep escape routes clear and to recognise problems
  • Understand the role of the Fire Warden / Fire Marshal
  • Be aware of the elements for fire to start and continue to burn
  • Be aware of the principles of prompt and safe evacuation
  • Be aware of the types of extinguishers
  • Be able to safely operate an extinguisher
  • Be able to safely and regularly visually inspect on-site extinguishers

Who will Benefit:

  • Fire Wardens
  • Fire Marshals
  • Fire Safety Managers
  • Emergency Coordinators

Duration of Course: Approximately 2.5 hours, dependent on number of delegates
Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of course
Type of Course: In your workplace or an open course at our training facility

 

Complete the contact form below to request a place.

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