• Fire Warden Training

Fire Warden Training, HST012

Having a designated fire warden at work is an important part of fire safety. The fire warden works together with the employer to ensure that fire safety measures and evacuation procedures are in place and effective.

This course will provide you with the necessary training required to be a qualified fire warden. It will educate you about what your legal duties are, will provide you with an understanding of fire, familiarise you with fire hazards and fire safety arrangements, and detail what your emergency evacuation procedures should entail. The information in the course will enable you to take responsibility for fire safety in your workplace and protect everyone’s wellbeing.

Also referred to as Fire Marshal training

  • - Developed by Health & Safety Professionals
  • - Accredited by CPD and Approved by RoSPA
  • - Fully online course and assessment with no time limits
  • - Full audio voiceover
  • - Approximate duration: 2-3 hours
  • - On completion, certificate is posted the next working day

Who Should Take This Course?

This Fire Warden Training course is suitable for anyone who will be taking on the role of fire warden in their workplace. Anyone at any level can take it and no previous knowledge is required - it will cover both the basics and specifics of fire safety. It will educate you about what your duties are and how to fulfil them. Depending upon your workplace, your risk assessment may require you to supplement this course with practical training.

This certified online training is ideal for people working in positions such as, but not limited to:

- Manager / Supervisor

- Administrator

- Teacher

- Receptionist

- Director

Course Content

1Introduction to Fire Warden TrainingWhy fire safety is important, fire safety law, how is the law enforced, employer duties, fire warden duties, how many fire wardens do businesses need, and how to prepare for your role.
2Understanding FireThe fire triangle, fire classes, and fire extinguishers.
3Fire Risk AssessmentWhat is a risk assessment, identify the hazards, determine who might be harmed and how, decide what precautions you need, record your findings and implement controls, review and update your assessment, and daily and weekly assessments.
4Fire Safety ArrangementsThe fire plan, fire safety arrangements, housekeeping, fire detection and warning systems, emergency routes and exits, fire safety signs, and emergency lighting.
5Personal Emergency Evacuation PlansWho may need a PEEP, how to prepare a PEEP, and what should a PEEP include.
6Fire Evacuation ProceduresEvacuation strategies, your role during evacuations, and fire drills.

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