Fire Safety


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Fire Safety

This CPD accredited course allows companies to keep employees aware of all the key information regarding fire safety in the workplace. On completion candidates will have a clear understanding of fire safety in the context of their workplace.

Following the introduction of the new Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order 2005 all companies are obliged to ensure that employees receive adequate training in fire safety on a yearly basis, as well as having a full risk assessment carried out on their premises.

At the end of the course you will be able to take a knowledge test, print certificates and maintain your CPD portfolio.

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Accreditation is provided by the CPD Standards Office.

Who is it for?

This course for anybody who wishes to enhance their Fire Safety knowledge within the workplace.


Learn how to respond to:
• Fire Law & Legislation
• Employees Responsibilities
• Fire Hazards & Risks
• Common causes of fire
• Detection
• Action on discovering a fire
• Fire Safety Management
• Fire Fighting Equipment,


2 – 4 hours (online)

Tailored Training

This course is also available as a 1/2 day seminar. We will also look to tailor or develop training to suit individual business needs. For full information, a FREE consultation and FREE demo, please contact us.

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Introduction and Overview

• The effects of fire in the workplace
• Problems with fire safety
• Responsibilities

What is Fire?

• The fire triangle
• Breaking the fire triangle
• Types of fire
• The spread of fire
• Fire risks
• Fire risks revealed

Preventing Fire?

• Problems with fire safety
• Spotting problems with fire safety
• Safe housekeeping
• Fire safety signs
• Problems with signs

In the event of a Fire?

• Scenario
• Fire drills scenario
• The outcome
• Six tips

Firefighting equipment

• Fire extinguishers
• Using a fire extinguisher
• Other types of firefighting equipment
• Resources

Build your CPD portfolio

Accreditation is provided by the CPD Standards Office.