Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
The Fire Safety Order of 2005 brings together all your responsibilities in a single piece of legislation, making it easier to understand what you need to do. We will help you create a complete range of training to comply with your statutory requirements, from basic fire awareness training to legally compliant training for fire marshals / fire wardens.
Fire Marshal Training in Telford
Whether you are dealing with staff who are familiar with their surroundings, or visitors who new to the premises, you need fire wardens or fire marshals to maintain fire safety and facilitate a prompt and safe evacuation in an emergency. Fire wardens must remain vigilant to fire risks every day removing any impediments to fire safety. This includes promoting a culture of fire risk awareness amongst staff and visitors, as well as ensuring fire doors and escape routes are not blocked and that fire extinguishers are properly located and serviced according to the manufacturers instructions. In the event of an emergency, the fire warden has responsibility for checking that their section has been safely evacuated, and providing help for anyone who had special needs.
How Many Fire Marshals Do I Need?
Each building or floor within a larger building will require its own fire marshal, plus you will need to appoint deputies to cover when the appointed fire marshal is absent. Your fire risk assessment will help you calculate the number of appointed persons you need to comply with the law.
In House Training
Our four hour fire warden training in Telford will give your team the confidence to take control, as well as educating them on how to prevent fires through everyday actions. The course is continually assessed, so there is no test or exam to pass at the end. On completion, candidates will receive a certificate of attendance that fully meets your legal obligations.
In house training turns theory into practice by showing your staff the real risks that are present in their workplace. This gives the training much more impact and encourages staff to act on what they have learned. This style of training is also preferred as it avoids the time and trouble of traveling to a training centre.
We are proud to support the businesses of Telford with their fire warden training. To see how we could help you, please call us today on 0800 774 7034 or register your interest with the online form below.