Fire Warden Training Course
The Fire Warden or fire marshal course will allow participants to implement the plans, procedures and measures concerning fire in the workplace and also learn to evacuate staff safely using fire warden training techniques. This course includes both theory and practical discharge of fire extinguishers.
The Fire Warden course is aimed at all managers, supervisors, or employees with responsibility for fire safety within an organisation.
Available as an Onsite Course
Available as a Public Course
On completion of this Fire Warden training course participants will be able to:
- List their duties as fire wardens
- Identify fire hazards in the workplace
- Use portable fire extinguishers effectively
- Manage and control evacuations
- Describe the chemistry of fire
- Monitor fire controls
- Assist in the management of evacuation procedures/drills
- Theory of fire and fire extinction
- Chemistry of fire
- Practical demonstrations of fire hazards
- Spread of fire
- Smoke behaviour
- Classification of fires
- Basic fire prevention
- Evacuation procedures
- How to make evacuation realistic
Section 11(1)(c) of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 states that the employer is required to:
“designate employees to implement the plans, procedures and measures concerning fire and emergency. These designated employees are commonly called fire wardens or fire officers”
2 onsite courses can be held back-to-back to allow for up to 24 participants to be trained.
However, public courses can vary from a half to one full day in duration.
Course Entry Requirements
There are no special entry requirements for participants associated with this course.
Please note for the practical portion of this course we require the client to provide an outdoor area (e.g. car park area), for the discharge of fire extinguishers demonstration.
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Fire Warden Courses