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Fire Safety In Schools

This course covers all aspects of fire safety from hazard spotting and action in the event of fire to evacuation procedures tailored to the school environment.
Fire Safety in Schools course content includes:

  • Fire – 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
  • Hazard spotting
  • Art and Craft/Design rooms
  • 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
  • What pupils must know
  • Raising the Alarm and Evacuation procedures

The Fire Safety in Schools course includes tests to demonstrate delegates have understood and taken on-board key messages.

Course Overview

This course covers all aspects of fire safety from hazard spotting and action in the event of fire to evacuation procedures tailored to the school environment. The Fire Safety in Schools course includes tests to demonstrate delegates have understood and taken on-board key messages.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course participants will

  • 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.

Detailed course outline and session time table

Session 1

Fire – 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 2

Hazard spotting
  • Art and Craft/Design rooms
  • 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
  • What pupils must know
  • Raising the Alarm and Evacuation procedures

Tutor information and feedback

Tutor:

A former combat trained medic within HM Forces (Army) Bob is an experienced and qualified first aid instructor. He is qualified to teach a wide range of first aid courses including 3 day first aid at work; paediatric first aid and defibrillator training. He is a professional Health and Safety consultant registered with the OSHCR and registered Professional Engineer with long managerial, practical and instructional experience.  He provides fully accredited Health & Safety consultancy and first aid training courses by either OFQUAL, IOSH, IATP and FPA.

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