Fire Safety Training Course in Wrexham

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Fire Safety Training

Employers are legally required to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order 2005) and provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precaution in the workplace. Gatewen Training Services provides a comprehensive range of fire safety courses to ensure a safe working environment is maintained at all times.

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Principles of Fire Safety Level 2

Duration: 1 day

The objective of the qualification is to support those involved in the management of fire safety within the workplace. This includes managers, supervisors, team leaders, fire wardens, marshals and staff working in any area where there is a potential risk of fire. Learners gaining this qualification will know that fire safety is the responsibility of everyone in the workplace and will recognise the causes of fire and common hazards. They will know the steps within a fire risk assessment and how to reduce the likelihood of fires.

Delivery method: classroom tutorial, group activities and practical demonstrations

Assessment: A multiple-choice examination

Fire Safety Awareness

Duration: 3 hours

On average, over 30,000 fires start in non-dwelling properties every year. In the workplace, employees must be aware of how to prevent fires and have an understanding about what to do should a fire start. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires all employees to receive safety training when they commence employment with a company and that refresher training is carried out regularly. This course provides a basic understanding of the cause and prevention of a fire and the actions to follow in case of a fire.

Course modules include:

  • The fire triangle
  • Different classes of fire
  • Common causes of fire in the workplace
  • The dangers of flashover and backdraught
  • The prevention of fires in the workplace
  • Action in the event of a fire in the workplace
  • Fire extinguishers and fire blankets (introduction)

Delivery method: classroom tutorial and group activities

Assessment: A written assessment

Fire Marshall / Warden

Duration: 4 hours

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires adequate information, instruction and training are provided for persons nominated with fire safety responsibilities. Appointing and training fire wardens provides management with the opportunity to significantly improve fire prevention practices in the workplace and form part of a good fire safety management system.

Course modules include:

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
  • The fire triangle
  • Different classes of fire
  • Common causes of fire in the workplace
  • The dangers of flashover and backdraught
  • The prevention of fires in the workplace
  • Action in the event of a fire in the workplace
  • Emergency evacuation procedures
  • Recording and training regime
  • Role of the fire warden in a non-emergency
  • Role of the fire warden in an emergency
  • Liaising with the fire service
  • Fire extinguishers and fire blankets (introduction)

Delivery method: classroom tutorial and group activities

Assessment: A written assessment

Fire Marshall / Warden with Safe Use of Extinguishers

Duration: 4 hours

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires adequate information, instruction and training are provided for persons nominated with fire safety responsibilities. Appointing and training fire wardens provide management with the opportunity to significantly improve fire prevention practices in the workplace and form part of a good fire safety management system.

Course modules include:

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
  • The fire triangle
  • Different classes of fire
  • Common causes of fire in the workplace
  • The dangers of flashover and backdraught
  • The prevention of fires in the workplace
  • Action in the event of a fire in the workplace
  • Emergency evacuation procedures
  • Recording and training regime
  • Role of the fire warden in a non-emergency
  • Role of the fire warden in an emergency
  • Liaising with the fire service
  • Fire extinguishers and fire blankets

Delivery method: classroom tutorial, group activities and practical demonstrations

Assessment: A written assessment

Fire Coordinator Course

Duration: 6 hours

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires adequate information, instruction and training are provided for persons nominated with fire safety responsibilities. This course is designed for employees nominated as Fire Emergency Evacuation Coordinators who are responsible in whole or part for the safe evacuation within the workplace. This course covers both emergency and non-emergency issues and provides candidates with an appropriate level of understanding to enable them to carry out this vital role effectively.

Course modules include:

  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
  • The fire risk assessment process
  • The role and responsibilities of the Fire Coordinator
  • Theory of fire and classes of fire
  • Common causes of fire in the workplace
  • The dangers of flashover and backdraught
  • Basic fire prevention measures in the workplace
  • Action in the event of a fire in the workplace
  • Control of hot works
  • Periodic fire safety check and inspections in the workplace
  • Emergency Fire Plan and Fire Services liaison
  • Safe use of fire extinguishers

Delivery method: classroom tutorial, group activities and practical demonstrations

Assessment: A written assessment

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