Fire Warden Training Course
According to The Regulatory Reform ( Fire Safety ) Order 2005, there must be a fire warden for each floor for every workplace, so that in the case of an emergency there is someone who is trained to carry out the correct safety measures and evacuation procedures. A fire warden is expected to carry out at least two fire drills per year.
In this Fire Warden Training Course, you’ll familiarise with fire and safety legislation, fire warden duties and fire risk assessments. Through video demonstrations and expertly designed course modules, you’ll be trained on the safety measures, such as how to assess risks in the workplace, learning how to use a fire extinguisher correctly and how to safely evacuate your co-workers.
Once you’ve completed the course, you’ll have learned all about the responsibilities duties of a fire warden and how to comply with fire safety legislation in a workplace setting. This introductory course is divided into easy to follow sections that can be accessed from any device with an internet connection.
Suitability - Who should attend?
This Fire Warden Training Course course is ideal for individuals responsible for taking on the position of fire warden in the workplace. And you don’t require any previous qualifications to enrol on this course. In fact, anyone at any level can enrol and it includes both the basics and the intermediate aspects of fire safety. If you’re planning on joining a company as a fire warden you should definitely look into taking this course to enhance your knowledge and career.
Training Course Content
The course is divided into 6 accessible, interactive modules and includes an assessment at the end.
Fire Warden Safety An introduction
Goals and aims, the importance of fire safety, fire safety low, fire safety law - DSEAR, the first "responsible person" areas with a first "responsible person" fire safety law - the second "responsible person" - prevention, enforcement, first and second "responsible person" duties, how many fire wardens?, fire warden training - specifics .
The Fire Triangle - Understanding fires - the fire triangle, the types of fires, class a fires, class b fires, class c fires, class d fires, electrical fires, class f fires, fire tools - fire extinguishers, water extinguishers, powder,foam,carbon dioxide, wet chemical, specific rules and safety measures.
Five Main Steps, Key Considerations, Identify all possible hazards, Determine who might be harmed and how, Determine appropriate and necessary precautions, Record your findings and implement suggestions, Review and update your fire risk assessment, Weekly risk assessment,
Fire Safety Arrangements
The Fire Plan - Fire safety arrangements - the fire plan, fire prevention, evacuation plan, fire warden's roles in safety arrangements, housekeeping, fire detection and warning systems, specific issues, fire detection and warning systems, emergency routes and exits, fire doors & emergency ventilators, fire safety signs, emergency lighting.
Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans
Personal emergency evacuation plans, who may need a peep?, what should a peep contain?.
Fire Evacuation Procedures
Evacuation Strategies - Fire warden's role, step one - alert everyone, step two - search the area, step three - minimise present risks, step four - fight the fire, step five - coordinate with others, step six - assemble at the apt position, fire evacuation procedures - fire drills.
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