Fire Marshal Training

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states all staff should receive basic fire safety induction training and attend a refresher session at pre-determined intervals.

BS 9999:2008 Code of practice for fire safety in the design, management and use of buildings states:

Fire safety training should be continuous, commencing with induction training on the first day of appointment of new staff and continuing in the form of regular refresher training by a competent person.Thereafter, staff should receive sufficient training at regular intervals (at least once a year) to make sure that they remain familiar with the fire precautions for the workplace and are reminded of the action to be taken in an emergency. Training should be more frequent where there is a high turnover of staff or where there is a high risk of fire

Our Fire Marshal Training.


 includes the following:

  • The R.R.F.S.O 2005 – The law, Fire Risk Assessments and your duty of care
  • The Fire Triangle
  • Causes of fire
  • Fire Prevention and precaution measures in your premises
  • Regular Daily and Weekly Fire Safety Checks
  • Action on discovering a fire
  • Classification of fire
  • Types of extinguishers and their suitability for specific fire risks
  • British Standard/European fire safety sign legislation
  • DVD “Fire safety for Industry” or as your premises
  • Fire Marshal / Warden Duties
  • Record keeping and liaising with Enforcing Authorities
  • Emergency Procedures, Plans and Evacuation Procedures
  • Human behaviour
  • Fire Risk Assessment Reviewing – spotting and reporting fire hazards
  • Site Walk about and 15 minute break/discussion
  • Followed by a practical training session in the use of Portable Extinguishers.
  • Questions and Answers

Up to 12 people can attend

Price for this is from £397. Contact us below for availability

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