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Our Fire Marshal (also known as Fire Warden) course is suitable and designed for any person responsible for fire safety or who are designated as fire wardens/marshals within their workplace. Fire Marshal/Warden Training is essential to ensure that employees who are designated as a Fire Wardens or Fire Marshals, understand their role and their duties within the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. This course is equally suitable for those wishing to upskill their existing knowledge or develop a greater safety awareness and understanding about the hazards and risks surrounding poor fire management. This course is suitable for all businesses but upon request, we can bespoke to a particular industry.
Our half-day Fire Marshal/Warden qualification has been designed for anyone that is required to adopt the role of Fire Marshal/Warden in the workplace as part of a Safe System of Work and Risk Assessment. This course has been designed to comply and meet the needs and requirements as stated within the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and covers duties and roles, fires and fire spread, evacuation and control, and general fire safety precautions and procedures.
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.
Multiple choice question paper.
Successful learners of the Fire Marshal training course will be awarded an Essential Site Skills Fire Warden/Marshal certificate valid for 3 years.
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.
Under the current legislation you are required to appoint as many Fire Marshals as you need to effectively carry
out your emergency evacuation procedures in accordance with a suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment. You will also need to consider cover for annual leave, shift patterns and sickness.