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Fire Extinguisher & Fire Marshall/Warden Training Courses
The Health and Safety at Work Act and the Fire Precautions Act places an obligation on employers to provide basic fire training for all employees. E K Fire Protection Ltd provides a training course designed to satisfy this requirement.
Following completion of the course, participants are given an individually named certificate.
All participants will be given practical experience of using fire extinguishers on a live fire and on completion of the course will be able to:
- Tackle small fires with confidence
- Understand the properties of fire and how it spreads
- Help unnecessary fires occurring
- Distinguish between the different types of extinguisher
- Prevent fires occurring
- Practical demonstration (hands on experience using a Fire Extinguisher)
Schedule of each session
Although fire-training courses can be tailored to meet individual needs, the common layout for a session is as follows:
- Introductory talk
- Power point presentation
- Questions and answers
- Exterior demonstration (hands on experience using a Fire Extinguisher)
- Multiple choice questionnaire
Our courses are ideally suited to 12 persons, however we can tailor them to suit your individual needs.
We provide fire safety solutions that are tailored to the needs of your business whether big or small. Our bespoke packages ensure you maximise your budget to receive the right amount of training, support and provision of equipment for your facility. Following an initial visit on site, we will prepare a custom proposal for your needs, recommending the solutions that are right for you.
Responsibility for complying with the Fire Safety Order rests with the 'responsible person'. If you are the responsible person you will have to carry out a fire risk assessment which must focus on the safety in case of fire of all ‘relevant persons’. It should pay particular attention to those at special risk, such as disabled people and those with special needs, and must include consideration of any dangerous substances likely to be on the premises.
Ensure you are adequately covered, contact us for free no obligation advice.