The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) defines the duty holder as the ‘responsible person’. They are accountable for the general fire precautions in place for any non-domestic premises. These general precautions will include a fire emergency plan and the ‘responsible person’ can appoint other people to assist in the execution of this plan. If this is the case, they must have appropriate training to ensure they can do their task safely.
The course is set up to provide an appointed Fire Warden or Marshal with knowledge of the hazards and risks they may face while carrying out their duty. The precautions and actions they must take to keep themselves out of danger in the event of a fire.
Who should Attend:
Anyone who is designated to assist evacuation of premises during a fire emergency.
• General fire precaution measures.
• Who may be placed at greatest risk during an emergency?
• Fire evacuation procedures – communication, co-ordination and control
• A Fire Warden’s role: Check-Direct-Report
• Maintaining or slowing down the spread of fire
• Protecting your means of escape and knowing alternative evacuation routes
• Fire evacuation drills
• Practical – handling and operating different type of fire extinguisher
2-hours. Held at a location of your choice but will require access to an outside area where we can demonstrate how to use fire extinguishers. This course can also be conducted using either Zoom or Teams applications but will exclude the practical demonstration of fire extinguishers.
At the completion of the course delegates will be given a certificate of attendance. This course is not accredited.