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Fire Safety Training - Marshalls/Wardens

For staff that will assist with fire evacuations, drills and other fire safety duties. The training of the Fire Warden/Marshall is a legal requirement.

Outline

In the event of a fire, the actions of teachers/assistants/staff and other relevant persons (e.g. pupils/students) are likely to be crucial to their own safety and that of other people in the premises. All teachers/assistants/staff should receive basic fire safety induction training and attend refresher sessions at pre-determined intervals.In addition key staff should receive more detailed instruction and training such as the Responsible Person,Competent Fire Safety Assistants, those deemed asFire Wardens/Marshals and also those working in high risk areas such as kitchens and boiler rooms.

All courses are designed to develop knowledge of fire safety at work, appreciate human behaviour and responses in the event of fire situations, and provide the knowledge to enable candidates to carry out their designated duties in relation to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Our courses are designed for school staff,taking into account any findings/recommendations from the fire safety visits and fire risk assessments that all Kirklees schools have recently had undertaken and any consistent failures found in schools will be included in the sessions.

These are:
  • Basic Fire Safety Awareness
  • Fire Safety -Responsible Person
  • Fire Safety -Competent Safety Assistant
  • Fire Safety Training for Marshals/Wardens
  • Fire Safety Refresher (recommended every 3 years)

Description

Fire Safety Training - Marshalls/Wardens

Course content:

Fire Legislation (The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
Common Causes of fire within Buildings
Common fire hazards andhazard spotting within premises
Housekeeping standards
Requirements for persons needing assistance
Hot works
Fire Risk Assessment (as a Fire Warden Role) E1-E3 forms
Fire log book requirements/form filling advice
People’s behaviour in fire situations
What to do in Case of Fire, Roles and duties
Contacting emergency services
What different types of portable fire extinguishers are in place what class of fire they can be used on and how they should be used in emergencies
Safe Evacuation of Premises
Action at Assembly Points.

Outcomes

At the end of the courses candidates will gain an understanding of their legal responsibilities/duties and be able to carry out fire checks and identify hazards which might cause a fire risk or impede an evacuation. Candidates will be able to demonstrate their ability to follow correct evacuation procedures for themselves and other employees, providing assistance to those needing it as required/identified.

Booking Information

These courses are run on demand. Please register your interest in attending the next available course

Audience

For all staff that will assist with fire evacuations, fire drills and other fire safety duties at work.

12 Sep 2019 09:30 - 11:30

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Date and Time

12 Sep 2019 09:30 - 11:30

Venue

Flint Street, Fartown, Huddersfield, HD1 6LF. Room: FSGA

Trainer

Ian Swallow
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