City Fire Training provide in house fire marshal training London courses at workplaces and also open courses. Courses can also include a live fire extinguisher training session, if there is a suitable outside space.
This is a 3 hour IFSM approved fire marshal course / fire warden training London course. The programme is suitable for new and existing fire marshals who perform this vital role in workplaces. The includes a live fire extinguisher session, where attendees can tackle small fires with extinguishers on our training rig.
This is a 1.5 hour IFSM fire extinguisher training course. This can be delivered as an individual course or a number of courses throughout the day. The programme includes live fire training exercises with our fire training rig.
This IFSM fire safety for schools course is for all levels of teachers and staff at primary schools, secondary schools or colleges. The courses can be for any number of staff. Alternatively opt for smaller numbers and include live fire extinguisher training.
3 hour residential care home fire training course. Ideal for all levels of staff in a care or nursing home. The training can also include live fire exercises. Also includes delayed, progressive horizontal and full evacuation advice. In addition, stages of a fire and the correct action to take if a fire occurs in the building.
This 3 hour IFSM approved fire watchmen course is ideal for persons employed as fire watchmen or for residents acting as fire watchmen during the cladding crisis. The course content has been reviewed by London Fire Brigade inspectors and was accepted as suitable and sufficient for residents acting as fire watchmen.
Accredited fire training courses for workplaces. These include approved construction site fire marshal and fire warden training London courses. Site induction training for new starters. In addition, courses include fire safety for healthcare premises training including dentists, doctors surgeries, hospitals, hotels and buildings that provide care for vulnerable persons.
City Fire Training are FDIS accredited fire door surveyors. Doors in buildings are inspected and results are recorded on our app. The results can be sent within 24 hours as a pdf report . Reports provide a Pass / Fail standard and check Door ID, door rating, location. materials, frame, dimensions, hinges, any locks, glass, seals, closer devices, structure, signage and also gaps.
For more details click the link below or call us on 0207 4195001 for a discussion about your site fire safety.
City Fire Training have accredited and also experienced fire risk assessors. The assessors deliver PAS 79 and also PAS 79 style fire risk assessments. Since fire services use PAS 79 audit processes, the FRAs are guaranteed to be passed suitable and sufficient (subject to any recommended review dates). Note: fire risk assessment services are in high demand and early booking is recommended.
Our fire marshal training course:
Any number of staff can attend fire marshal courses (without practical sessions) at your workplace for one fee.
Attendance certificates for all attendees on an open course and also in house sessions (up to 20 persons).
Practical sessions include live fire extinguishers exercises with our environmentally friendly fire training rig
Experienced tutors who have all worked in the Fire service as operational, training and also fire safety departments.
Accredited fire training courses than can be changed to include fire emergency and also fire evacuation plans in your building.
Open courses are held each month, so are suitable for workplaces who want to send just a few staff.
Open courses all include live fire extinguisher exercises, so attendees can tackle real fires with an extinguisher.
Open courses numbers are strictly limited to ensure health and safety of staff and attendees. Courses always fill up, so book your places now!
City Fire Training still adopt COVID precautions. Numbers on courses are strictly limited, spacing between students and also equipment is sanitised before and after use.
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Cost of each place is just £75+vat per person. Group booking and also regular clients may receive a discount.
Booking courses is so easy! Either call or email to make a fire marshal training London / fire warden training London booking.
Open course place availability is detailed on the website. Call to discuss in house dates and also other services.
References can be provided if required.
City Fire Training can provide references from clients who have had fire marshal training / fire warden training London programmes and also fire risk assessments. In addition, references are available for fire door surveys and extinguisher surveys.
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The frequency of fire drills will depend on the type of workplace. However, as a general rule, each person in a workplace should take part in a least one per year.
Some workplaces with high risk should consider additional fire drills. Workplaces like care homes, theatres, schools and also those with large numbers of disabled persons are high risk. Therefore additional drills including evacuation those requiring specialist equipment should be carried out.
Fire drills are covered in all fire marshal courses and fire warden training London programmes. Either call or email for more details.
This is available to clients providing the distance between sites is manageable. Time is needed to pack equipment, relocate and also set up equipment at the second venue. In addition, trainers may require a short break between sessions.
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Managers can attend open fire marshal courses prior to booking an in house course. If an in house course is booked within 30 days, the open course fee will be subtracted from the in house costs. This offer is limited to one person on the course.
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Managers should plan training at least two weeks in advance. Those requiring practical sessions on courses may need to book further in advance.
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All workplaces require disabled policies and should training evacuation buddies to assist with disabled evacuation. Managers should note that such plans should be implemented without expecting intervention by the fire service.
Simple plans can be adopted by smaller workplaces. Larger buildings with complex layouts / number of persons will require in depth plans.
Our open and also in house fire marshal training London courses include info regarding disabled fire plans.
Fire training course produced by CFT are all accredited by the Institute of Fire Safety Managers. In addition, as an accredited Fire Training Centre, CFT can adapt courses to include specific plans and problems of individual workplaces.
Courses can also include practical fire extinguisher sessions. Either call or email for more details.
Fire risk assessments can be provided by the CFT team. Pick form either a PAS 79 or PAS 79 style of assessment. For more details either call or email the CFT team now.
A fire door survey is an inspection to determine whether a door will hold back fire and smoke for a predetermined period.
Some contractors ask third party fire door inspectors to provide evidence that a fire door has been installed to the correct standard.
Older fire doors will not usually comply with current standards. Therefore some managers require that such doors are brought up to a higher standard. For example the door may be upgraded to include combined smoke and heat seals. Other doors may have been repaired so no longer can be passed as “certified fire doors” A fire door survey will look at such issues such as hinges, fire glass, heat and smoke seals, self closers, frames and door rebates etc.
A fire door surveyor will examine the door to determine whether the door will resist fire for the required timescale.
Yes. Off site fire extinguisher training London sessions.
Staff can be booked on open courses which are held every month at London Scottish House, Westminster. Alternatively, tailored courses exclusively for your staff can be booked at our East London venue. Both venues allow us to provide live fire extinguisher practical sessions. An additional venue hire for the East London site is payable, but we can arrange this service and include it in our invoice.
Next fire marshal course date is 28th June 2023. July, August and also September dates coming soon. All courses include live fire extinguisher training exercises, so your staff can tackle real fires with our extinguishers.
The course venue is London Scottish House, 95 Horseferry Road, London, . The venue is just 5 minutes from St James's Park tube station, so is very easy to find.
Places on these courses always fill up quickly, so we recommend early booking for your staff.
There should sufficient fire marshals in a workplace to implement the fire evacuation plan.
Some buildings may be small and also have a simple layout. In such cases the number will be minimal. Allow for one fire marshal for every 60 seconds of search time and also an appropriate number of deputy marshals.
In larger more complex buildings more marshal may be required. Again, allow for one fire marshal for every 60 seconds of search time plus deputies. A manager may also need further marshals for out of hour times or different shifts.
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Yes. Fire watchmen training courses can be provided for tenants and also security teams. The training is based on NFCC (National Fire Chiefs Council) guidance, London Fire Brigade workplace training advice and also British Standards. The fire watchmen training is based on waking watch advice and how to raise the alarm in the event of a fire or suspected incident.
As an IFSM accredited training centre, CFT fire watchmen training is ideal for staff and residents.
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Since the Covid outbreak may organisations have different work practices. This is likely to change the fire evacuation plans in a building.
A fire risk assessment in a building should include a review of the fire evacuation plans and also training of fire marshals and staff. If a training need or new plans are identified, then new procedures should be developed.
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The following will need to be in place:
A fire risk assessment. This should be in a recognised format such as PAS79, which is also the method that London Fire Brigade audit buildings.
A fire emergency plan should also be produced that details all of the arrangements for fire safety in the workplace.
Staff fire training will also be required. This will for general staff, fire marshals, the person who calls the fire service and also anyone else with a role in the fire evacuation plan.
Fire extinguishers should also be in place. Managers can discuss placement with the fire risk assessor so they are in the correct location.
Produce a plan of routine maintenance and checks for the fire safety systems in the building. In addition, a regular routine of hazard spotting can be carried out.