A comprehensive set of online fire safety courses designed to keep your employees safe and your business compliant with fire and safety legislation.
Fire safety training is required for all staff, by law. Employers must make sure that measures are in place not only for the prevention of fires but also to minimise the risk to employees should a fire break out.
A fire risk assessment must be carried out and kept up to date, either as part of a comprehensive risk assessment or as a separate exercise. The outcome of a risk assessment should guide employers when it comes to minimising the risk of fire and how to avoid injury and loss of life should there be a fire.
Identifying areas where a fire could start i.e. possible sources of ignition, is a key part of the risk assessment, as is identifying people who are at risk.
This is a good starting point for both employers and employees - it explains the nature of fire, how it spreads and the dangers of smoke. Understanding signage used and the type of sign you might see in the workplace is fundamental to understanding the risks. The course goes on to discuss best working practices that need to be in place to avoid room for fire hazards.
After gaining an understanding of fire and its nature it's important to designate a Warden or Marshal role - a requirement for any business. Proactive and routine preventative tasks are covered including awareness and monitoring of areas where fires can start.
These cover three specific areas: Education, Care and Construction. Courses cover needs of these organisations where very different causes of fire might arise and different approaches are required for evacuation in the event of a fire.
On successful completion of multiple-choice questions, you'll be able to download the appropriate certificate for your course. All are CPD accredited and where relevant they are IOSH and RoSPA approved.
You can complete your Fire Safety training and gain certification all from the comfort of your own home. No need to book on to a course with many other people; do the training at a time that suits you. To attend a classroom-based course you're more than likely going to have to book a day off, find childcare and face the possibility of course cancellations due to illness or transport problems.
Think about it - if you go to a classroom for fire safety training, you're paying to get there, you're paying for an instructor, you're contributing to the rent of the room and energy costs. The alternative to classroom-based fire safety training is much cheaper. All you need is a laptop or a tablet and you're on your way.
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This course was designed specifically for those working in the construction sector to educate them on how to prevent fires, how to properly use a fire extinguisher, how to recognise fire signs, and proper emergency procedure to ensure a safe evacuation of the working premises.
Fire Extinguishers should only be used when it’s safe to tackle a fire, the rule to follow is one fire one extinguisher - if it looks like it’ll take more than one extinguisher to put out the fire, it’s too big to tackle and the workplace should be evacuated.
Our Fire Marshal and Warden online training has been created for those chosen to take responsibility for fire safety in the workplace. The course will give you a strong understanding of smoke and fire hazards, how to manage different types of fire, and how to use fire extinguishers.