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 surveys in London

Fire door surveys in London

Fire door surveys in London can help managers see the effectiveness of fire doors in their workplace and also any remedial action needed.

Since fire doors are one of the most important fire safety measures in a building, these must be kept in good order. The fire door surveys in London service points out faults in doors and also any action needed to put them right.

Fire door surveys in London – What do they cover?

The survey will address the following points:

  • Any door identification and also any door numbering
  • Barcodes (if on door)
  • Door rating. This means the level of fire resistance. ie FD 30 – a thirty minute fire door or also a nominal FD30. So this means that in the opinion of the assessor the door is 30 minute rated but there is no certification to prove this.
  • Location of the door.
  • Door material and also frame material.
  • Dimensions of the door.
  • Type of door set. This could be a single type, double or also a door and a half.
  • Structure of the frame.
  • Type of hinges, check to see if CE or BS approved and also whether all screws are in place.
  • Locks.
  • Type of glass and also whether it is fire-rated.
  • Check that seals are in place, are in good condition and also the correct type.
  • Check that the gaps at top, side, jamb, bottom and also for double doors are the correct size.
  • Is the closer working correctly and also is the correct type.
  • Check the structure of the door and ensure it is good condition.
  • Ensure that the signs are appropriate and correct.
  • Lastly, we either fail or pass the door. We may pass the door but there is some simple remedial action required. Alternatively, the door or frame may fail and then any action required is detailed.
  • Photographs are also taken to highlight the faults found.

So what are you waiting for? Book your fire door surveys in London service now!

BOOK A SURVEY HERE NOW

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