Fire Warden

Course Aim:

This training course is aimed at nominated personnel who have responsibility for managing others in the event of a fire emergency and may also respond to incidents involving locations within the student’s own company premises. The primary responsibility is for managing the emergency response to fire and the evacuation of premise and may include other related emergencies ensuring the safety of life and reduction of damage to property and business.

The training course will provide them with the skills to ensure their own safety and the safety of others in an emergency situation and in the event of a fire.

Course Objectives

On completion of training the students will show understanding of and be able to demonstrate the following tasks.

Management of fire risks and recognition and reduction of fire related incidents. Reducing the causes and effects of any fire in company premises. Managing the efficient evacuation of premises in the event of fire or other related emergency.

The chemistry and causes of fire; extinguishing chemistry and methodology; identification of fire type and selection of suitable and appropriate fire extinguishers.

Course skill sets

Skill sets are based on basic training in the following subjects. Building evacuation and accounting for personnel, fire cause and effect reduction, Fire science and chemistry, evacuation and emergency response.

Course standards and outcomes

The training course standards are paralleled against a variety of standards across the UK industrial codes of practice including, General provisions of The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant regulations, QCS 2014. The Regulatory reform order 2005.

On completion of training all students will be expected to show competence by demonstrating all the above skill sets in a realistic simulation.

Students failing any risk critical outcome of the syllabus may be removed from the training course and be required to undergo a period of further training prior to re attending.

Course Duration:                4 Hours

Delivery Language:             English or Hindi

Assessment:                         Written Assessment (Multiple Choice Questionnaire)

Re-Certification Interval: Two (2) Years

Target Audience:             Company Employees and General Public

Schedule

January, February, March, April, May, June

 

Morning Class – 4 Hours

  • Weekdays – 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN
July, August, September, October, November, December

 

Morning Class – 4 Hours

  • Weekdays – 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN
Level
Short Course
Group
Aviation & Maritime, Construction, Engineering, Facility Management, Government, Hospitality & Tourism, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Security, Trading & Contracting
Duration
4
With Certification
Array
Accredited
No
Track
No

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