Fire marshal and warden training

Fire marshal and warden training

Fire marshal and warden training as open, in house and also off site training. So your staff need fire marshal or fire warden training? IFSM accredited courses for both existing and also new staff to these critical roles.

So what will persons on your course learn? Attendees will learn about fire law, common causes of fire, extinguishers, types of fire, practical on open courses and also optional for in house or off site. In addition, fire emergency plans, safety checks, hazard spotting and also fire drills. Lastly, they will learn about evacuation and accounting, disabled plans, emergency role of marshals and wardens.

 

 

Location and costs

 

Open courses are held at London Scottish House in Horseferry Road, London. This venue is also available for those needing off-site sessions solely for their staff. There is a small fee payable to the venue, however, we can do this for you.

In house courses are available as non-practical and also practical courses. You may have a practical session if there is a suitable outside space.

Costs – Open courses cost just £75+vat per person. In house courses are from £345+vat for non-practical courses. Managers may place as many persons on the courses as they wish. Numbers limited to 20 on practical courses.

 

Fire safety trainers

The fire safety trainers on fire marshal and warden training courses all have extensive fire service backgrounds. The trainers have all worked as operational, fire safety, training and also emergency planning officers.

Training dates

Next courses dates are available on the homepage or also on individual course pages. Open courses are usually run each month. Spaces usually run our quickly, so early booking is recommended. Booking courses is so easy. Email or call with your preferred dates. A booking email will be sent asking for some  info. Once the info has been received , the course is booked!!

fire door inspections

Fire door inspections

Fire door inspections

Fire door inspections may be needed if a fire risk assessor finds numerous faults during an FRA visit. Although, an assessor may mention specific faults if there are only a few fire door problems. They will often make a general note if there a number of problems with the buildings fire doors.

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Calling the fire service

Calling the Fire service – fire safety checks

Calling the fire service – fire safety checks

Calling the fire service is the next fire safety check list for managers. Check the following questions so that you can decide if your plans satisfy guidance.

Where “No” is answered to any of the questions a review of arrangements is required. They may also be a need to get more staff training.

  • Are the fire service called immediately the fire alarm sounds and also a fire has been confirmed? Check local advice for schools, intelligent fire alarms, places that provide sleeping accommodation.
  • Has a delay calling the fire brigade for an investigation of the fire alarm activation been formally agreed with the Fire Service? Also, has this been addressed in the fire risk assessment?
  • Are there facilities, either inside or outside the workplace for calling the fire service?
  • Is there a specifically designated person who calls the fire service? Also, is there a deputy designated to cover in the event of their absence?
  • Where there is an automatic means of calling the fire service, is there also a plan for a designated person to make an additional manual call?
  • Is the location of the place where the call is made safe?
  • Are staff aware of the Fire Service “Unwanted fire signal” policy and also, is this covered in training sessions?

Fire marshal course training

This issue is covered in most fire marshal courses. Be sure that how to summon the fire brigade is covered in all training sessions. Also include who calls before and after regular workplace hours.

City Fire Training fire marshal training covers calling the fire brigade. This 3 hour IFSM accredited course can be changed to cover your procedures and also plans.

All of the trainers have fire service experience and also further work in the fire safety industry.

How to book fire training

Booking fire training with us is so easy. Either call us or email us with the date you want. Once we have agreed a date, we have your invoice info and also you have agreed our terms – your course is booked!

Either email us now or call us now to book your course.

fire safety checks Disabled persons

Fire safety checks Disabled persons

Fire safety checks Disabled persons

Fire safety checks Disabled persons guide will help managers decide whether they have suitable arrangements for disabled staff and also disabled visitors.

Where “No” is answered to any of the questions below, a review of arrangements is needed so all persons are safe in the building.

  • Can people with all types of disability including temporary disability be warned of fire in the workplace?
  • In addition, can all persons with disabilities be evacuated in the fire event of a fire alarm operation?
  • Are all persons accounted for in the event of a fire?
  • Do plans and policies relating to fire safety for disabled persons exist?
  • Are disabled staff and visitors specifically covered in the fire risk assessment?
  • Are all staff aware of the fire plans relating to disabled persons and also their role in it?
  • Where special equipment to assist with disabled evacuation is provided, has training been given in its use?

Fire training and fire risk assessments

Our fire training and fire risk assessments cover disabled evacuation, so will help managers ensure they comply with fire law.

IFSM approved courses will help fire marshals and also disabled fire buddies understand their role.

PAS 79 fire risk assessments will ensure that the building has adequate disabled fire procedures and plans. Plans and policies need to reflect the risk in the building, so we can advise you on what is needed.

Trainers and assessors

Our fire trainers and also assessors have all worked for the fire service. They have all been to the Fire Service College to study fire safety.

The team all have more than thirty years with the Fire Service. They have worked in training and also fire safety units. The company is also an approved fire training centre. This means we can change your course to include your plans and also procedures.

Booking courses and assessments

Booking courses and assessments is so easy! Either call us or email us now with your preferred dates. Once we have agreed a date, we will ask for details and also for you to agree our terms. Once we have your details, your service is booked! It really is so easy.

After we have booked assessment with you, we will also ask for some records. This will include fire alarms, emergency lighting, extinguishers, wiring etc.

in house fire training

In house fire training

In house fire training

In house fire training is convenient for staff and also managers. It helps ensure that staff are away from work for the minimum amount of time.

In house fire marshal and also general staff training can be adapted to include workplace plans and procedures. This means that you workplace course is bespoke to your building and circumstances.

So what will the course is include? The course will include fire law, caused of fire and also fire extinguishers in your building. In addition, hazard spotting, fire safety maintenance and safety checks will be covered. The programme covers fire emergency plans and also the non-emergency and emergency duties of fire marshals.

The trainers

All of the trainers have spent at least thirty years in local authority fire brigades. Their roles include firefighting operations, fire safety, emergency planning and also training departments. The company is an accredited Institute of Fire safety for Managers training centre. This means your course can be adapted with your specific plans.

Live fire training exercises

Live fire training exercises can be included on in house training courses. A suitable outside space is needed. It must be away from a main road, not near flammable sources or in takes. The space must also not be assessable by the public.

The space needs to be about five car parking space in size. It also needs to be land owned or controlled by your workplace.

Booking in house training

Booking a course with us is so easy. Either call us or email us with the date you want. Once we have agreed the date, we will need some details and also for you to agree our terms. Once we have the info , your course is booked. It really is so easy! Why not call us or email us now.

fire marshal training London March

Fire marshal training London March

Fire marshal training London March

Fire marshal training London March 18th 2020. This course will be held at Southwark College and also includes a live fire extinguisher session. Places are limited on this course with only 12 spaces left.

The IFSM approves this fire marshal training London March course and also City Fire Training as an approved fire training centre. The programme is just three hours in duration and consists of five parts.

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Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year to all of our clients, students and also suppliers of City Fire Training Ltd.

It has been an amazing year, with us recording our busiest demand for fire marshal training London and also fire risk assessments.

We hope to see you all in 2020!

Fire marshal training London July

Fire marshal training London July

Fire marshal training London July

Fire marshal training London July 16th 2019 at Southwark College. This IFSM accredited course is ideal for new and existing fire marshals. This course includes all fire marshals need to know about their role and also has a live fire exercise.

The course is five parts:

First session is about why fire marshals are needed in workplaces and also looks at some recent fires.

Second session is about types of fires and also fire extinguishers. This is followed by the third session, where persons on the course can tackle real fires using our extinguishers and also training rig.

After a short break, the course moves onto non emergency fire safety issues. This includes fire emergency plans, hazard spotting, fire safety tests and checks and also fire drills. Lastly, the course cover emergency issues: What to do when a fire alarm sounds, roll calls, sweep systems and also disabled fire procedures.

Fire marshal training London July – certificates and notes

All persons on the course get a fire training certificate on completion of the course and also online notes on request. Persons on the course can also take photos of our slides. However, the presentation is not given to attendees as some parts of it are copyrighted photographs.

Fire marshal training London July – How to book on this course

Booking a course is so easy. Either call us or email us with your preferred fire marshal course date. Once we have confirmed that spaces are available, a booking email will be sent. Simply provide the information requested and agree the terms and conditions and your course is booked. An invoice will be sent and this must be paid within 30 days of receipt. Joining instructions are sent to the person booking the course seven to ten before the course date.

 

 

Fire safety checks – emergency lighting

Fire safety checks – emergency lighting

Fire safety checks – emergency lighting is  important to help persons in a building can escape safely. This guide will help managers decide whether their emergency lighting is adequate.

Where the answer to one of the following questions is no, the emergency lighting should be reviewed or upgraded.

  • Is there enough light to enable the escape routes to be used safely at all times when the building is occupied. This should include winter months, evenings, nights and also in the event of a power cut?
  • Is there enough light to enable the fire precautions to be used safely at all times the building is occupied? This should include winter months, evenings, nights and also in the event of a power cut?
  • Fire safety checks – emergency lighting. Is there emergency lighting in all areas in the workplace that have no natural light or borrowed light,  from which staff may have to escape from or go through in the event of a fire?
  • Is there enough light outside the building that will light the escape routes leading to assembly points?
  • Fire safety checks – emergency lighting. Is the emergency lighting system tested  every month and six monthly by a competent person?
  • Does a qualified engineer test the  system each year or in accordance with the design specification?
  • Are emergency lighting tests recorded in the fire  log book?

Fire marshal and fire warden courses

Emergency lighting and also testing is discussed on our fire marshal and also fire warden courses. In addition, fire alarm test, fire extinguisher checks and also door and exit checks are included. Booking a course with us is so easy. Either email or phone us with your preferred date. A booking form will be sent and once we have your details and also you have agreed our terms, your course places will be booked.

We also provide live fire training exercises on our courses. All staff on our courses will get a certificate and also online notes on request. If you have any questions, either call or email us now.

For info on fire risk assessments either call or email us.

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