Fire Safety Warden Training
This course is aimed at organisations that have a “duty of care” to employees and visitors relating to fire safety. The course identifies vulnerable users or those within the dependency spectrum and the role and responsibilities of fire wardens in preventing and responding to incidents within the facility.
- Roles and Responsibilities of the fire Warden
- Understanding the nature of fire spread
- Fire risk management
- Understanding fire alarms and reducing unwanted fire calls
- Fire hazard identification
- Effective evacuation and strategies
- The importance of fire risk reduction
- Fire risk reduction tools
The fire warden course aims to insure that employees are aware of their roles and responsibilities in relation to fire safety within the organisation.
Information will be provided in line with the specific policy, procedure and processes of the organisation.
This course is designed to be carried out on-site with the session containing an assessment conducted within the framework of a table top exercise.
The assessments are conducted by a qualified assessor who also provides training to each user, ensuring full compliance with the DCLG, Regulatory Reform Order and other relevant/industry specific guidance. Any recommended changes to the program will be outlined in a brief employee summary and will also include advice in relation to any equipment that may be required.
Cost will be dependent on the venue location and the number of participants booked onto the course. Please contact the training department to discuss your requirements or for further information.