2.5 - 3 hours
Certificate valid for
Our fire extinguisher practical training course is suitable for any person who may be expected to use firefighting equipment in the event of a fire within the workplace. This course will ensure those persons have received the appropriate training and familiarisation in the use of fire extinguishers and complies with the requirements laid out within the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety ) Order (2005).
This qualification gives the learner knowledge and understanding of when it is safe to tackle fires using extinguishers. Learn the properties of a variety of different types of fires and the correct extinguisher to use to help minimise damage and potential injury. Understand how to comply with legislation and how to perform routine inspections and gain a better overall understanding of fire safety practices.
Delegates will understand how to undertake routine extinguisher inspections and follow correct protocol in order to comply with legal guidelines and legislation, such as the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
This practical simulation course requires the following:
In order to ensure the interaction between the learners and the tutor is spread evenly and effectively, and to ensure the courses are fully delivered in accordance with industry guidelines, the maximum number of learners allowed on a course is ten.
Learners will be required to participate in a live fire scenario set by the trainer to confirm their understanding and safe use of a fire extinguisher.
Successful learners will be awarded an Essential Site Skills Fire Extinguisher Training certificate valid for 3 years.
If more than 10 learners, often split over an AM and a PM session on-site due to it being a short duration course.
Attendance on a Fire Warden/Marshal to consolidate responsibilities
Fire Risk Assessment training
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, under regulation 21 Training states you must include suitable and sufficient instructions and training on the appropriate precautions and actions to be taken by the employee in order to safeguard himself/herself and other relevant persons in the premises. A suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment will also allow you to determine the extent of training that may be required depending on hazards on site.