Including live fire demonstration and hands-on training for delegates – location permitting
Training will take into account the findings of your fire risk assessment (and the design and use of your building) and will be designed to be easily understood by all those attending.
Fire Marshal/Warden Training is based around the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and will include:
The role and responsibilities of a fire Marshal/Warden
Any fire hazards within, or associated with, your premises
The general fire protection measures installed in your premises
Actions to take in the event of discovering a fire
Actions to take on hearing the fire alarm signal
The use of the portable fire extinguishing equipment installed in your premises
Practical – where space is available, Adena Fire can bring the live fire simulator for delegates to have a hands-on experience of putting out a fire with extinguishers
Summary of course content
Certificates for each delegate, following the course
Your premises or at a central training venue provided by Adena Fire. Click here for more information about our Off-Site Fire Warden/Fire Marshal Training.
Room for presentation
Outdoors space for live fire demonstration, where required
Staff with added responsibilities, as Fire Marshal/Wardens in your fire emergency plan, should receive this training.
All staff require training in what to do in the event of a fire and is a requirement under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The actions of staff, if a fire occurs, are likely to be crucial to their safety and that of other people in the premises.