Fire Warden/Marshall Training
Warden

Fire Warden Training

All courses will be tailored to suit individual requirements

montage of fire equipment

Who should attend?

This course is for staff within the workplace responsible for implementing and assisting with general day to day fire safety procedures.

Location

In the comfort of your own premises

Theory sessions takes place in a meeting room or training room.

Practical session take place in a suitable outside area (approximately 5 car parking spaces) away from buildings.

All appropriate equipment will be provided by Leave Safe Training

Duration

4.0 hours

The course

The course consists of theory and practical sessions. This course focuses on the responsibilities of the Fire Warden or Marshall. By understanding current legislation including the principles of risk assessment, the causes and behaviour of fire, effective planning can be put in place to help prevent fire and escape safely in the event of a fire.

Aims

To explain the responsibilities of a Fire Warden/Marshall in line with the requirements under the Fire Safety Order 2005. To detail the causes and development of fire in order to provide effective planning in case of a fire. To provide theoretical and practical demonstration of the correct use of fire extinguishers.

Objectives

By the end of the course students will understand:

  • Fire warden’s responsibilities and duties
  • Fire safety legislation and legal issues
  • The cost and effects of having a fire at work
  • Fire development
  • Chemistry of fire
  • Methods of escape and evacuation procedures
  • Theory and operating procedures of fire extinguishers
Leave Safe Training specialises in fire training to all types of businesses.

Course Detail

Theory

  • Introduction
  • Aims and objectives
  • Legislation
  • Risk assessment
  • What is fire
  • Human behaviour in fire
  • Pyrolysis, fire development
  • Flashover and backdraught
  • Triangle of combustion
  • Chemistry of Fire
  • Effects of smoke
  • Home fire safety
  • Actions in case of fire
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Role of the Fire Warden
  • Arson prevention
  • Classifications of fire
  • Extinguishers
  • Summary and evaluation

Practical

  • Demonstration of water extinguisher
  • Demonstration of foam extinguisher
  • Demonstration of carbon dioxide extinguisher
  • Demonstration of powder extinguisher
  • Demonstration of fire blanket.
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