The Fire Warden training course (also known as a Fire Marshal course) gives the delegates an understanding of how to deal with fire hazards and how to lower risk in the workplace in the event of an emergency.
How long is the Fire Warden course?
Who should attend the Fire Warden course?
This course is for employees who have the responsibility for fire conduct.
Is the course accredited?
3B Training accredited
When does my Fire Warden certificate expire?
By the end of the training course, the delegate will:
- Understand how to prevent and manage fire in the workplace
- Have a better awareness of fire safety and prevention
- Gain knowledge selecting and using fire extinguishers
- Understanding evacuation procedures
- Know the day to day roles of an appointed person and how to liaise with the fire brigade in an emergency
The training is vital to assure the safety of your colleagues. The course is designed to further the delegates knowledge on how to do this and by working within the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
What does the Fire Warden course cover?
The tutor covers the following topics throughout the training:
- A Fire Warden / Marshal’s responsibilities
- The built-in fire-related fire protection components of a premises
- Relevant fire safety law
- How to act on the occasion of a fire alarm
- Combustion and the relevant checks during an evacuation
- The types of fire
- Prevention of fire spreading
- Safety Signs
The tutor splits the course into two parts. You will first attend a classroom theory component. The practical element includes a demonstration of the different types of extinguishers as well as the relevant safety signs around the building.
What is Required to Pass the Fire Warden Training Course
The tutor splits the course into two components. You will first attend a classroom theory component. The practical element includes a demonstration of the different types of extinguishers as well as fire safety signs around the building. Delegates will also have to complete a short written assessment at the end of the course.