Fire marshal course London November 14th. There are just ten places left on this course. So early booking is a must to get your staff on this course!
The training includes live fire extinguisher sessions, so your staff can practice tackling real fires. In addition, all persons on the course will get a certificate of attendance and online training notes (on request).
This course course is suitable for new and also existing fire marshals and fire wardens. The course follows government guidance, British Standards and also fire service advice.
This course will be held at Southwark College. The venue is across the road from Southwark tube station, so is easy to find.
The course is in room SO 54 and the practical session will be held outside at the rear of the College.
Tea, coffee and also light refreshments are available thirty minutes before the start of the course. If you have any dietary requirements please email us before the course.
Certificates and online notes
Persons on the Fire marshal course London November 14th 2019 will get a certificate. This can be either a hard copy or pdf copy sent by email. In addition, we also provide online training notes on request.
Booking on our fire marshal course London November 14th.
Booking a course with us is so easy. Either send us an email or call us. We will ask for some company info and also ask you to agree our terms. The course is booked as soon as we have your details and agreed our terms..
A week or so before the course, we will send joining instructions. Send the name of the attendee and we will prepare their certificate in advance. This is so we can present it after the course has been complete.
Next fire extinguisher training London courses will be held on 24th April, 144th May and also 19th June 2019. The course will held at Southwark College, London, SE1 8LF. This course includes live fire extinguisher training, so your staff can tackle real fires with our extinguishers.
All persons on the course will get a certificate and also online training links on request.
What fire safety checks in the workplace are needed? This series of blogs will help persons know what checks need to be done. The blogs can be found by looking at the Fire safety check category.
The series covers at fire risk assessment, fire alarms, fire doors and also escape routes. In addition, fire exits, signs and notices are also covered. Fire resistance, travel distance and emergency lighting are key to help people escape from buildings. Fire extinguishers, fire training and also drills will help persons practice and understand the fire plans.
These blogs will also cover fire marshals, visitors, contractors, disabled persons, calling the fire service and also assembly points.
Fire safety checks – how frequently should they be done?
Some checks will be needed to be done every day or as persons go about their usual daily job. Other checks are weekly monthly, quarterly as also annually.
Fire safety checks, fire emergency plans and fire risk assessments
Too busy to produce these documents? So why not let us do it for you? Checks , plans and also assessments can be carried out in one day. Our team will provide a list of checks that are required so you fire law compliant. The fire emergency plan and also fire risk assessment will suitable and sufficient. This means that they will pass fire service inspections.
Booking us is so easy! Either email us or call us for how much your trio service will cost. If you agree our fee, we will send a booking email with our terms and your inspection is booked!
So how long does a fire warden certificate last? The frequency of fire warden training will depend on the level of risk in a building or workplace.
Common questions to our office are “How often does my fire warden certificate last?” and “How often should we carry out fire training?” All staff and also volunteers in a workplace should receive fire training. The training will be based on the fire emergency plan and also the findings of the fire risk assessment.
Workplaces that would usually have frequent fire training including fire warden training include: Where there is a high life risk such as schools, care home, theatres, tall buildings, hotels etc. Fire warden training in high risk buildings should be carried out every one to two years
Workplaces that would have less frequent fire training could include a small shop and also a small office with a one or two floors. Since this type of building would be considered low risk, training could be carried out every three years or so.
In addition to regular fire warden training, workplaces should also carry out frequent fire drills. For most places of work two fire drills per year may be sufficient but in high risk buildings they should be more frequent. For example fire drills in theatres and care homes may need to be carried out every month.
How long does a fire warden certificate last? – Options for training
Our open fire warden training courses are held at least once per month in London. Course places to book up quickly, so early booking is recommended.
We can also come to your site and carry out fire warden training which could include live fire training if you have a suitable outside space.
Lastly, we also offer accredited online fire warden training which is easily tailored to your workplace. Organisations can have their own fire training website which includes your fire emergency plan and also fire evacuation for less than a half day training rate with us! You can also have as many staff take part in the training course as you wish throughout your yearly subscription.