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Fire Marshal (Warden)

90.00 inc. Vat


This Fire Marshal course aims to provide participants with theoretical knowledge on how to select and correctly use fire extinguishers and other firefighting equipment, how to identify and operate a fire protection/ extinguisher and to understand and recognise fire safety risks and to know how to respond in an emergency. At the end of this half day course delegates will have an understanding their Fire Warden role and responsibilities within the company at the event of fire.

Who is the course intended for?
This course is intended for Fire Wardens/Fire Marshals and deputy Fire Wardens/Fire Marshals and any managers and employees with responsibilities for fire safety within their organisation.
0.5 Day (13:30 – 16:30)
Training methodology:
This course is a classroom based and instructor led programme what will use a range of fire scenarios, DVDs etc. The hands-on training on use of fire extinguishers is also a part of this training.
Multiple Choice Questions Exam & practical demonstration
The successful participants will be awarded with Amber Safety Certificate of Completion valid for 3 years.

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Course Objectives

This course is designed to provide participants with the skills & knowledge to:

  • carry out fire Warden (Marshal) duties in a safe & effective manner
  • to identify fire hazards in the workplace
  • to assist in fire risk assessment process
  • understand fire and its behaviour (how the fire & smoke spread)
  • identify correct type of equipment for the type of fire
  • make sure fire equipment is inspected and maintained frequently

Course Programme

  • Introduction to fire safety
  • Legal requirements
  • The role & responsibilities of Fire Marshals/Fire Wardens
  • Fire science
  • Fire risk assessment
  • People’s behaviour in an emergency
  • Classification of fire
  • Types of fire extinguishers and firefighting equipment& their use
  • Emergency plans & evacuation
  • Sweeping work areas safely
  • Movement of people
  • Hazard analysis

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