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Everybody in your workplace must have training in fire prevention. Failure to train your staff in the basics of effective fire prevention means that you are breaking the law set within the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005. Such negligence on your part, as an employer, can lead to a criminal conviction.
This course mainly focuses on fire prevention and the assessment of potential risks within your workplace, as these are fundamental points listed in the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 legislation. Participants of the course will gain sufficient basic knowledge in using fire fighting equipment, evacuation procedures, and the importance of limiting false alarms in the workplace.
In addition to this course, upon purchasing, we provide you with free online '5 steps to risk assessment' forms which are available to every assigned user.
You will learn the 3 fundamental elements to any fire and the principle steps required to prevent all three elements coming together. Once this has been covered, the next stage is to learn how a fire can spread - should one ignite in your place of work.
We now identify the responsibilities of both employers and employees in the workplace and who is in charge of safety in your workplace. There is assessment of the required safety signs and where they should be situated within your workplace.
The importance of risk assessments to proactively identify the principles of effective fire prevention.
How such situations can be detected and outlining the relevant safety procedures in your workplace.
The principles of a proper evacuation procedure, covering who should be responsible for contacting the emergency services, and the dos and don'ts of evacuation.
False alarms do happen and it's important for you to know why preventing these is important.
This training course is relevant to every organisation and its employees due to its content being based around the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005. This training helps to ensure that employers are compliant with legislation and that their personnel are knowledgeable on what to do should a blaze occur.