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H&S Training
Fire Marshal/Warden Training

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order states that the employer’s designated responsible person must appoint and provide adequate training for one or more competent persons to assist in undertaking preventive and protective fire measures in the workplace.

The responsible person must:

  • Carry out a fire risk assessment of the premises and review it regularly
  • Tell staff or their representatives about the risks identified
  • Put in place and maintain appropriate fire safety measures
  • Plan for an emergency
  • Provide staff information, fire safety instruction and training

The Fire Marshal Training Course covers the following:

  • Introduction to applicable legislation
  • Role and responsibilities of a Fire Marshal/Warden
  • Fire hazards and associated risks
  • How fire risk is controlled in the workplace

Delivery can be supported by your own Fire Evacuation Procedure

Course Duration Course Location
Fire Marshal/Warden Training 1/2 days On-site

Maximum delegate numbers apply and will be stated at the point of enquiry.

For more information please contact:
Meeka Walwyn-Lewis
Meeka Walwyn-Lewis
Specialist Services Manager
01924 203335
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