Fire Safety Training

Intelligent Security and Fire provide fire safety training according to our customers individual requirements and tailor the training to users of varying skill levels, from clear operating instructions to full application courses.

We provide a comprehensive and complete range of fire safety training solutions for organisations both large and small, from the inexperienced office worker through to the experienced fire safety professional. All persons at work and all newly appointed staff need to have a basic understanding of fire precautions and the actions to be taken in the event of a fire.

Why provide fire safety training
  • It saves lives
  • It's the law
  • Prevention is the best form of firefighting, and training can stop fires happening in the first place
  • In the event of a fire, it will keep your people safer, and may reduce damage to your building
Did you know?

Employers are required by law (The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005) to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace.

The objective of our fire safety training is to give delegates all round knowledge of what to do in the event of a fire. The subjects covered include:

  • What action to take on discovering a fire
  • How to raise the alarm
  • What to do when hearing a fire alarm
  • Who’s responsible for calling the emergency services
  • The location of extinguishers and escape routes
  • Dealing with disabled persons and evacuation procedures

Every course is reinforced with videos and questionnaires to help delegates retain the information.

Course 1 Basic & Fire Awareness Course

This course provides the skills and confidence that will allow staff to carry out their duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures. It will also provide delegates with a greater awareness of the threat posed by fire to people, property and business operations. Subjects covered during the course include: The principles of combustion, fire spread and fire prevention.

Who should attend?
All staff

Objectives & Content

  • Be aware of the dangers of fire
  • Understand the nature of fire and how it spreads
  • Be aware of simple fire prevention measures
  • Understand what to do in the event of a fire alarm
  • Be able to distinguish between different types of fire extinguishers
  • Be able to tackle small fires safely and effectively
  • Be equipped to perform their fire safety duties
  • Basic fire prevention
  • Understand the importance of evacuation and evacuation drills
  • Understand the chemistry of combustion
  • Have 1st hand knowledge of firefighting on live fires
Certificate
A certificate is provided confirming attendance

Course 2 Fire Warden & Fire Marshal Course

This course provides a clear understanding of the responsibilities, duties and role of a Fire Evacuation Warden, enabling delegates to supervise a swift and safe evacuation of a building.

We will organise and invigilate Fire Evacuations with the aim of enhancing staff awareness. Our experts will identify and rectify problem areas, with the end result being a fast and effective evacuation procedure.

Management procedures for the evacuation of disabled people from a building should be clear and contained in staff guidelines. They should be regularly rehearsed as a part of every evacuation or fire drill.

Who should attend
Key staff who have been selected for fire warden or other enhanced fire safety responsibilities.

Objectives & Content

  • Everything from the Fire Awareness Course
  • Non-emergency responsibilities
  • Emergency responsibilities
  • Performing a supervisory / managerial role in any fire situation
  • Liaising with the emergency services on their arrival
  • Detailed knowledge of the fire safety strategy of the premises
  • Formulating an emergency action plan
  • Any other matters specific to individual premises
Certificate
A certificate is provided confirming attendance.

For more information or to book a training course please contact our Fire Safety and Fire Prevention services team today.