To provide participants with the knowledge of their role in managing fire safety in the workplace
To explain their role in ensuring proper storage and disposal of materials in the workplace
To explain the procedure for staff on discovery of a fire and to explain what action to take on hearing the fire alarm
Duration: 2A� hours
Staff Fire Warden Training Fire Warden
To provide participants with the knowledge and practical skills to effectively perform the role and responsibilities of a Fire Warden.
To ensure that all participants are adequately trained in the usage of safety equipment (first aid fire fighting equipment) as set out under the provisions of the 2005 Safety, Health and Welfare Act and associated regulations.
To ensure that all participants are cognisant with fire evacuation procedures as set out in the Fire Services Act 1981 (Amended 2003).
Fire Safety for Managers
To provide the participants with the knowledge and practical skills to effectively perform the role of a Fire Safety Manager.
To ensure they know their responsibilities under current legislation and how to set up, monitor and evaluate a fire safety programme.
To ensure that they can describe and understand the chemistry, spread and classes of fire, the principles of fire prevention and the actions to be taken in the event of a fire.
To provide participants with the knowledge of assessing fire hazards within the workplace and their understanding of how to eliminate them, to prepare and developAi?? their organisationai??i??s evacuation procedures and what records need to be kept.