FIRE MARSHAL - HALF DAY
This four-hour course covers the key elements of a fire, safety precautions, and the role of a fire marshal/warden. It provides you with knowledge of the different types of fire extinguishers, when to use them, and how to use them.
Fire Marshal/Safety - Half Day
£450.00 + VAT
London £495.00 + VAT
Up to 12 delegates (please contact us for more than 12 delegates)
Is this course for me?
The course is suitable for anyone in the workplace, especially those who are responsible for overseeing fire safety, designated fire marshals, and anyone who needs to know how to use a fire extinguisher.
What will I learn?
The content of this course has been designed to build knowledge and confidence. It will give you an understanding of the fire regulations and the correct precautions to take. The more people are aware of fire safety, the better.
Topics covered in the Fire Marshal course:
Common causes of fire
The elements of fire (the fire triangle)
The three means of putting out a fire
The different types and colours of extinguishers
Occasions when you should or should not use each type of extinguisher
The use of fire extinguishers
Action in the outbreak of fire: escape routes and fire doors
What to do when you discover a fire and be aware of your role in the event of a fire
Demonstrating the use of fire extinguishers
One of our trainers will deliver this 4hr course to your premises on a date of your choice. The timing could also be arranged to suit your requirements.
Assessment and Certification
You will be continually assessed throughout the course by one of our qualified trainers. Upon successful completion, you will receive a Fire Safety Awareness Certificate valid for three years.
The practical elements of this course are essential, as they provide you with vital hands-on experience. You must be physically able to take part in the practical parts of the course.
The HSE requires you to attend the full duration of the course, and candidates need a basic command of English (defined as Level 2) to be eligible for evaluation.
On-site training room requirements
It is recommended that the room size should be approximately 20 x 30 feet for a full 12-person course. The room should be large enough to seat all candidates comfortably in a semicircle formation. The floor space in the centre should be clean and uncluttered, as this will be used for the practical parts of the course. The trainer will also require a flip chart if one is available.
An outdoor space is also required for letting off a fire extinguisher. The area should be on firm, level ground and must be positioned at least 5m away from any premises. An agreement to use this outdoor area must be made in advance of the course commencement.