This course is aimed at anyone who requires a basic understanding or workplace fire safety including the safe identification and use of portable fire extinguishers, safe evacuation and fire prevention information. The course also covers good home fire safety advice including bedtime routines and fire evacuation planning.
Most fires are preventable. Those responsible for workplaces and other buildings to which the public have access can avoid them by having trained personnel, the right equipment and robust policies and procedures.
Our fire safety courses provide trainees with a range of competencies. We offer everything from simple awareness training through to fire safety management in the workplace. Our courses are bespoke, and we tailor them for your specific working environment, industry, risks and people.
We also offer technical fire safety support, fire safety policy, risk assessments and audits, extinguisher supply and maintenance – along with many other fire safety related services. These services are supported by our team of technical fire safety specialists.
Our trainers and consultants all have front line experience in the fire and rescue service, and many of them have held the responsibility of a command role. Their real life experience is supported by a wide range of practical and technical fire safety qualifications.
Whether you are looking for a simple training solution for your staff, or a complex fire risk management package to cover your sites nation-wide, we have the skills and the experience to improve the safety of your people and your property.
This course is aimed at anyone who has the role of Fire Marshal and is responsible in whole or part for the safe evacuation of workplace colleagues and others including day to day workplace Fire prevention . This includes the role of Emergency Evacuation Coordinator for emergencies such as bomb threat, terrorism, natural disasters and other emergencies.
This course is for anyone working with materials or substances that can produce a heat source leading to the possibility of fire breaking out in the workplace. This includes the use of hot air guns, blow torches, welding equipment, grinders and cut off saws and other items causing a potential ignition source.
The Evacuation Chair Training course is for anyone who may need to use or assist in the evacuation of persons with impaired mobility in the event of a fire or other emergency requiring the evacuation of a building using an evacuation chair.