Fire Safety Training

NW Fire Solutions offers bespoke and highly tailored fire safety training. Our instructors are able to design a customised fire safety training course to meet the needs of your particular business or organisation.

Businesses are required to provide fire safety training under the Fire Safety Regulation Order 2005. Under the terms of the 2005 Order businesses are required to provide their staff with suitable fire safety training as part of the overall fire risk assessment obligation.

Last year around hundred deaths occurred in the work place as a result of fire and around two thousand people were injured (source: Office of National Statistics). Many of these deaths may have been avoided if adequate fire safety training was provided to staff concerned.

Making sure you comply with relevant legislation

NW Fire Solution's fire safety training, fire awareness training and fire marshal training means you remain fully compliant under the terms of the 2005 Order. Since we travel to your place of business, you ensure minimum workplace disruption whilst your staff undergo this important training.

The aim of fire safety training

Above all, NW Fire Solution's fire safety training ensures your staff are able to competently and correctly react when fire breaks out. To meet this end, our training takes around half a day in order to complete. The training improves employees’ awareness of fire and their actions aimed at tackling fire. Fire safety training may also count towards Continuous Professional Development (CPD).

Course objectives

The substantive fire safety training syllabus includes:

  • Fire prevention
  • Fire risk assessment
  • Fire evacuation strategy
  • Setting roles in the event of fire
  • Types of fire extinguisher
  • How to use fire extinguishers
  • Developing knowledge of key legislation in this area
  • How to conduct a fire drill

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The syllabus is designed for all levels of competancy. However the course is commonly completed by appointed ‘responsible persons’ under the 2005 Order and/or designated fire marshals.