The Responsible Person must ensure that their staff receive adequate Fire Training, as set out in of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Basic Fire Awareness Training must be completed at the start of employment and repeated as often as necessary and should take place during working hours.
Staff can also volunteer to take on further responsibility including becoming a Fire Warden and trained in the use of Fire Extinguishers.
K J Randall and Associates can design a Fire Training package to suit your specific needs. Training will ensure people are qualified to evacuate relevant persons to a safe area.
The training will comprise of some theory and practical work, including hands on experience discharging an extinguisher.
We’ll design the training packages to your site which can include a mock fire scenario to test your employees resilience.
It’s a legal requirement to have nominated Fire Wardens who are suitably trained to direct the evacuation of all personnel from your building.
We can happily deliver a 45 minutes lunch hour course. Most of the time you don’t need to spend half a day covering your requirements.
All training will ensure you meet with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and The Fire Safety (Employees Capabilities) (England) Regulations 2010.
Areas covered are:
Employers responsibilities and the law
Classifications of Fire
Types of Fire Extinguisher
How to use a Fire Extinguisher
Progressive Horizontal & Vertical Evacuation
Using emergency equipment
Dealing with bariatric patients
Triangle of fire
Fire Wardens responsibilities
Basic fire precautions
Fire alarms & evacuation procedures
Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan ( PEEP )
Human behaviour in fire
Liaising with your Fire & Rescue Service
Evacuation training and procedures can also be used for:
Release of toxic or explosive gases
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