Fire Marshall Training
Location: Carrowbreck House, 300 Drayton High Road, Norwich, NR6 5BJ.
This course is aimed at providing employees who have been nominated as fire marshals or fire wardens with the knowledge and skills to carry out their duties effectively. This course is delivered by qualified fire fighters. It is designed to provide delegates with an awareness of the requirements and implications of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, in addition to the general issues regarding fire safety.
Delegates will learn the common causes of fires and how fires spread, in order that they may take this knowledge back to their workplace or area of responsibility to reduce the risk of fires starting or spreading, together with emergency procedures to be followed in case of fire.
Duration: Half-day course (9:30am to 12:30pm approximately)
Equipment: No equipment is necessary for you to bring to this course. Pens and note paper will be available.
Lunch provided: If you are also attending the Fire Extinguisher Training course in the afternoon a sandwich lunch with crisps, cakes and fruit will be provided. Refreshments will be available throughout the duration of this course if only attending the morning.
Upon completion of this half day course, delegates will have knowledge and awareness in the following areas:
Responsibilities of fire marshals
Relevant legal requirements
Fire risk assessments, inspections and audits
Fire detection and warning systems
Emergency procedures, means of escape and evacuations
Fire fighting equipment
Maintenance and testing of fire precautions
Course price: £44.00
For more details or any enquiries, please do contact us on 01603 788950, or email firstname.lastname@example.org