Fire Warden

Fire Warden Training 

We can train your staff about fire prevention and the action to take in the event of a fire. 

Make your workplace safer with fire safety training

At RS Safety Consulting we can train a group of your employees to become Fire Wardens so that they can assist other employees in the event of a fire and also check the building to ensure everyone has evacuated. Alternatively, we can train all of your staff to assist with the prevention of fires and the procedure to follow in case of a fire breaking out. We can tailor the training to suit you. We always attempt to keep the training informative yet fun and include interactive classroom sessions, films and practical extinguisher training where possible. 

Our Fire Warden Training Courses have the following content:

  • Fire Statistics
  • Causes of Fires
  • Health &Safety/Fire Legislation
  • Employer/Employee Responsibilities (Health & Safety)
  • 3 Steps to Fire Safety
  • Fire Prevention
  • The Fire Triangle
  • Fire spread/Compartmentation
  • Fire detection
  • Detectors/alarms
  • Emergency procedures in the event of a fire
  • Employee responsibilities
  • PEEPs
  • Fire Warden Responsibilities
  • Fire Log
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Types/Usage
  • Rules/Dos & Don’ts
  • Practical demonstration with all attendees involved with handling and discharging an extinguisher 
All of our courses examine fire safety, fire prevention and fire detection, as well as emergency procedures within the workplace.
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For fire safety training, contact RS Safety Consulting on 
01296 640 074
0800 111 4487
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Fire warden training syllabus includes:

  •    Fire statistics
  •    Causes of fires
  •    Health & Safety/fire legislation
  •    Employer/employee responsibilities (Health & Safety)
  •    Fire safety:
  1. Fire prevention (the Fire Triangle and fire spread/compartmentalisation)
  2. Fire detection (detectors/alarms)
  3. Emergency procedures
  4. Employee responsibilities
  5. Fire warden responsibilities
  6. PEEPs         
  •    Fire log
  •    Fire extinguishers:
  1. Types/usage
  2. Rules/Dos & Don'ts       
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