This course has been designed by our Fire Safety Engineers to meet the requirements of The Safety Health & Welfare at Work Act 2005 and The Fire Services Act 1981 (2003).
Legislation places responsibilities upon the person having control of a premises to guard against the outbreak of fire and to ensure the safety of persons on the premises in the event of an outbreak of fire, insofar as is reasonably practicable whether such an outbreak has occurred or not.
To provide training to individuals wishing to take on the role of Fire Safety Manager/Deputy Fire Safety Manager within the workplace enabling them to fulfill their role effectively.
Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be able to:
LO1: Describe their responsibilities under current legislation and how to set up, monitor and evaluate a fire safety programme
LO2: Describe the chemistry, spread and classes of fire, the principles of fire prevention and the actions to be taken in the event of fire
LO3: Demonstrate their knowledge of fire hazards within the workplace and their understanding of how to eliminate them
LO4: Describe their organisations evacuation procedures and what records need to be kept
Fire - Chemistry, spread, classes
Equipment - Detection and alarm systems, firefighting equipment
Assisting the Fire Brigade
Management Responsibilities & Staff Training
Role of Fire Wardens
Record Keeping - Fire Safety Register
Classroom theory presentation using PowerPoint, Q&A and discussion. Site Survey.
Assessment & Certification
Delegates are assessed on their ability to meet the requirements set down in the training objectives.
Delegates are issued with a certificate of attendance.
Please inform us of any special needs or other requirements where differentiated learning may be required.
Your trainer is a Member of the international body The Institution of Fire Engineers and is an experienced front-line Professional Fire-Fighter with specialist experience in industry consultancy.