Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 strict new regulations have been introduced which applies to non-domestic premises throughout England and Wales. It places a direct responsibility on owners/guardians of buildings to comply with regards to Risk Assessments, Training and the recording of both. All staff should recieve fire training to ensure they are aware of the location of fire fighting equipment, identification and usage together with safe egress from the workplace.
Local Fire Authorities now have the right to inspect premises to ensure the Order is in full compliance; they have the right to inspect all Risk Assessments and other administration in regard to the fire safety of your premises. Failure to comply may result in formal HSE involvement, Enforcement orders, a significant fine or up to 2 years imprisonment.
Medrock Training can deliver on-site Fire Awareness or Fire Warden/Marshal training by experienced firefighters for your staff. We can also carry out a Risk Assessment of your premises in relation to the Order checking appropriate signage and Extinguishers and offer advice and remedial action.
- Insight into Fire Awareness Regulations
- Action in the event of a fire
- Evacuation and Reporting of Fires
- Classification of fires
- Methods of extinguishing fires
- Types of extinguishers and alarms
- Chemistry of fires
- Theoretical Application of Fire Extinguishers
- Practical Application of Fire Extinguishers (POA)
- Open forum
Who should attend?
What they will learn?
Basic Fire Fighting theory and practice
Continuous assessment by trainer
Valid for 1 year
(Fire Awareness) Starting from £349* (+VAT)
£23 per person** – Max 15 delegates
(Fire Warden/Marshal) Starting from £399* (+VAT)
£30 per person** – Max 13 delegates
*Subject to the location of the course, rarely, an extra charge NOT exceeding £75 may be levied to offset the costs of accommodation, Congestion Zone and parking (London only). Please call to discuss if this charge applies to you – 07789530222
**Per person price is based on a full course