Fire Safety and Evacuation Training Courses

Fire Warden Course plus Live Fire-Fighting – Rochester, Medway, Kent

Fire Warden Course plus Live Fire-Fighting – Rochester, Medway, Kent

£55.00 exc. VAT

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Fire Warden Course Content

Our 1/2 day course is ideal for the smaller business where running in-house courses is not practicable. This generic course will cover the role of the fire warden and includes practical use of fire extinguishers against a live fire using our gas simulator. Throughout the course, the instructor will work with the attendees and discuss any site specific issues where possible. Candidates will also be guided to where additional fire safety advice can be found

Who should attend this course

  • Anyone with a responsibility for overseeing fire safety
  • designated fire wardens
  • Previous experience and/or qualifications are not a requirement

Certification

Upon successful completion of the course, learners will receive a certificate of attendance which is valid for 3 years.

Our fire warden course has been designed to meet the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and includes the use of fire extinguishers as part of a live-fire fighting exercise using one of our fire simulators.

Course dates:

30 January 2020
10 February 2020
18 March 2020
23 April 2020
2 June 2020

These open courses are run at our Rochester training facility, should you wish to run an in-house course at your location anywhere in the UK then please contact us.   

Click on the date you wish to attend on the calendar below to secure your place

Fire Warden Role

The role of the fire warden to include

  • Current legislation
  • Aims of fire safety
  • Fire prevention
  • Principles of combustion
  • Actions upon discovering a fire
  • Methods of evacuation
  • dealing with mobility impaired personnel (Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEP))
  • Means of escape
  • Using fire extinguishers
  • Practical fire fighting – to include practical use of CO2 & Water extinguishers 

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