In order to fulfil your obligations under current Fire Safety Law, it is essential that you have a documented regime of Fire Safety tests and checks and personnel who are suitably trained to respond correctly in the event of an emergency.
Legally you must provide adequate Fire Safety Training for all of your staff such as:
- Outcomes of your Fire Safety Risk Assessment
- Emergency Action Plan
- Roles and responsibilities of staff (including any Fire Marshals)
- Practice your Fire Drills
- Fire Extinguisher Training (for nominated staff)
All staff must be given information and instruction on day one and regularly after that. Make sure you include staff who work outside normal working hours, such as contract cleaners or maintenance staff.
In small premises your staff training may be no more than showing new staff the fire exits and giving basic instructions on what to do if there is a fire.
- Fire Safety Management Training Course
- Fire Marshall /Fire Warden Training Course
- Staff Fire Safety Awareness Training Course
- User Responsibility Training Course
Fire Marshall/Fire Warden Training Course raises awareness of how people may behave in a range of emergency evacuation situations and the necessary actions to be taken before, during and after an incident.
The main aim of Fire Marshall /Fire Warden Training Course is to provide appointed Fire Marshall/Fire Wardens with the knowledge to enable them to carry out their duties in a confident and competent manner.
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For over forty years, Fixfire® has been providing quality products, systems and services for Life & Property Protection. Whatever your requirement, please call our Compliance Team for expert advice and a refreshingly different approach.
Freephone 08000 891999.