Non Members: £99.00 (excluding VAT)
Members: £82 (excluding VAT)
Course Length: Half Day
Venue address: PBM Training and Consultancy (Head Office), Heath House Training and Conference Centre, Cheadle Road, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 7BY
01 January 2020
13:00 to 16:00
Fire Marshal Training
was £99+VAT per person
Book 1 place £89+VAT per person
Book 2 places £86+VAT per person
Book 3 places £82+VAT per person
This course looks at the role of the designated fire marshal. Participants learn about the different types of fire extinguisher and how to use them correctly.
The course gives participants an understanding of fire regulations and general fire precautions. This is an accredited course. Participants who successfully complete the course will be given an accredited fire marshall certificate which will enable them to be appointed fire marshals
The course explores:
- The role of the fire marshal
- Liaison with the fire service
- Action on discovering a fire
- Fire safety legislation
- The chemistry of fire
- Common causes of fire
- Fire safety precautions
- Fire drills and evacuation
- How to use fire extinguishers.
There are no entry requirements.
We are obliged to state that the minimum age for participation in this course is 16 years of age.
By the end of the course participants will
- A clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities as a fire marshal
- Have a clear understanding of fire; how it starts and how it spreads.
- They will understand the steps that they can take to prevent fire.
- Be aware of the different types of evacuation procedure
- And have an understanding of portable fire-fighting equipment and how to use it.
In-School Training Information
In-School TrainingThis course is available as in-school training. If you would like to find out more about in-school training please go to the in-school training section CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT IN SCHOOL TRAINING or call us on 01889 567 014
This course is suitable for those who are responsible for overseeing fire safety and designated fire marshals. The course is appropriate for Senior leaders, teachers, support and ancillary staff.
Detailed course outline and session time table
Session 1Fire – Facts and Figures
- Causes of Fire Deaths
- Sources of Ignition within Buildings
- What is Fire? – The Fire Triangle
- How Fire moves
- The speed of Fire and what we first see
- How do we protect against Fire?
- Fire doors – Do they work?
- Fire Safety Legislation
- Initial Fire Risk Assessments
Session 2Hazard spotting
- Kitchens and Cooking equipment
- Electrical Hazards
- Smoking Hazards
- External Security
- Automatic Fire Doors
- Escape routes
- Flammable materials and Hot Works
- Portable Fire-fighting equipment
- and types of fires
- Your responsibilities
- Raising the Alarm and Evacuation procedures
- Your Roles and responsibilities as a fire marshal
Membership special offers
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