Health & Safety

Fire Awareness Education

Contributes 1 hour to your CPD

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Course Details:

This course takes an in-depth look at fire safety and the importance of understanding surrounding the legislation.

Please be aware that the successful completion of this course does not replace the need for on-site fire safety training, nor does the course provide the delegate with the qualification to perform as either a Fire Warden or a Fire Marshal.

  

You will be provided with a short presentation, followed by an assessment. 

If you achieve 80% or more, you will pass the course, and will receive a printable certificate to place in your training records.

If you do not pass, you will have the opportunity to review the content and retake the assessment when you feel confident. 

Aims:

The aim of this course is to educate learners about the importance of fire safety, relevant legislation, and how to react if you discover a fire.

Objectives:

Learners will be able to:

  • Understand the characteristics of fire, smoke and toxic fumes 
  • Understand the fire hazards in the working environment 
  • Understand the significant findings of relevant fire risk assessments 
  • Understand how to practice and promote fire prevention 
  • Understand the basic fire safety and local fire safety protocols including staff responsibilities during a fire incident 
  • know the means of raising the fire alarm and the actions to take on hearing the fire alarm 
  • know instinctively the right action to take if fire breaks out or smoke is detected 
  • Be familiar with the different types of fire extinguishers, state their use and identify the safety precautions associated with their use 
  • Understand the importance of being familiar with evacuation procedures and associated escape routes

Learning Outcomes:

The learner understands:

  • The characteristics of fire, smoke and toxic fumes 
  • The fire hazards in the working environment 
  • The significant findings of relevant fire risk assessments 
  • How to practice and promote fire prevention 
  • Know the basic fire safety and local fire safety protocols including staff responsibilities during a fire incident 
  • The means of raising the fire alarm and the actions to take on hearing the fire alarm 
  • The right action to take if a fire breaks out or smoke is detected 
  • The different types of fire extinguishers, state their use and identify the safety precautions associated with their use 
  • The importance of being familiar with evacuation procedures and associated escape routes