Fire Safety Training is a consultancy and training company which has wide experience of working with both large and small clients in the area of OHSE. We aim to provide full Fire Training and Fire Service solutions which are cost effective to your business. Our 'onsite' Training Courses are designed specifically for your organisation at your desired location, whether this be your place of work or a location suitable to your training needs.
Our Trainers provide the resources and training material required to deliver the event, however, please contact us to confirm any further requirements including tailoring of any of our courses.
Fire Safety Training can deliver all of your fire safety training needs from basic fire safety awareness training and fire extinguisher training through to fire warden training, Hot Work Passport and fire risk assessment training. What's more, we can tailor the training to your particular company needs, usually for no extra cost.
Fire Awareness Training Courses
These courses are aimed at any person who is expected to respond to a fire alarm or may actually be confronted by a fire while at their place of work..
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Fire Safety Training Courses
Our Fire Training Courses range from Fire Awareness to Fire Warden/Marshal Training. We also carry out Fire Risk Assessments and delivery of Fire Risk Assessment Training.
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Fire Risk Assessment
We will visit your premises and carry out a full review of your current fire safety provisions. To prepare a detailed report that outlines an action plan for you to implement.
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Fire Extinguisher Maintenance
In the case of a fire using a well maintained Fire Extinguisher can make a difference between a minor incident and a costly full scale disaster
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Introduction to Hot Work PassportSerious fires frequently occur during construction or maintenance operations, when work is being done on machinery or on the fabric of the building. Many such fires result from carelessness and/or ineffective supervision during operations requiring the use of open flames or the local application of heat, generally known as hot work. This manual comprises of a scheme for supervising and recording the activities of hot work operatives. It is reckoned that implementation of the measures described within this document will result in fewer fires arising from hot work.
As previously mentioned serious fires can occur during maintenance and construction operations. Most of these are a result of carelessness and ineffective supervision during operations requiring the use of open flames or the local application of heat. To prevent this from happening a risk assessment needs to be carried out whenever hot work is being contemplated.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO), a responsible person within your organisation must carry out a fire safety risk assessment, produce a fire emergency plan and implement and maintain a fire management system.
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