Fire Marshal and Fire Warden – FIRE03
Our fire marshal training course (also referred to as fire warden) is aimed at staff members who will be taking on the role of fire marshal within an organisation.
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Why do our customers choose us?
We offer the chance to use fire extinguishers and witness demonstrations of the use of fire blankets. This is not a mandatory aspect of the training, but gives delegates first-hand experience in putting out live fires.
Our courses are delivered by knowledgeable and enthusiastic consultants and trainers all of whom hold adult teaching qualifications supported by a professional qualification and considerable, hands on practical experience which is reflected in our grounded, pragmatic approach.
Teaching 18,000 delegates a year, Acorn Health & Safety offer training to individuals, groups and entire staff teams. We are committed to providing excellent training delivered in a relaxed, yet informative style.
How do we approach fire marshal and fire warden training?
Employees who are designated as a Fire Marshal will understand their role and their duties within the Regulatory Reform Order (RRO) (2005). Our course programme employs a variety of teaching techniques to meet the needs of individual delegates and includes the following:
- Fire precautions regulations / legislation
- Chemistry of fire and how fire spreads
- Types and classifications of fires
- Common causes of fire
- Safety features within buildings
- Fire risk assessment (as a fire marshal)
- Fire extinguishers - theory
- Fire extinguishers - practical with live fire
- Safe evacuation of premises
- Action at assembly points
Owing to the practical nature of this course a basic level of general fitness is required. Delegates must be physically able to carry out the procedures detailed in the course outline. Should you have any questions relating to the accessibility of this course please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
This course is of 3 hours (half day) duration.
What should you expect from Acorn Health & Safety?
We’ll provide delegates with a variety of printed course materials including workbooks and handouts. On successful completion of this course delegates will receive a printed courses certificate
Post course our team of consultants and trainers are available to answer any questions you might have. You’ll also receive an automatic reminder prior to course expiry.
Our ‘fire marshal and fire warden’ course is just one of over 60 courses we offer. Acorn Health & Safety provides training and consultancy in first aid, fire safety, food safety, manual handling, healthcare training and health and safety.
Our ‘in-house’ course programmes are the most cost effective option if you’ve a number of staff requiring training, and in many cases can be adapted to include reference to local policy, practice and documentation. These courses can be delivered either at any suitable venue or you can hire our purpose-built training centre located in Warmley, Bristol, whichever is best suited to your needs.
We also run a rolling programme of ‘open courses’ which are particularly suited for individuals or organisations that only have a few delegates or those looking to release small groups of staff at a time.
Please contact us to discuss all of your training needs so we can advise the most suitable and cost effective solution.
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Open Course Diary
Aimed at businesses and individuals requiring specific training or those with only a few members of staff to train our open courses run regularly throughout the year and cover a variety of different subjects.