A fire warden, or fire marshal, is an employee of a business who is given the responsibility of taking care of all things relating to fire safety and awareness in the workplace. The role of a fire warden/fire marshal is an important one in the workplace, undertaking risk assessments and fire safety awareness to keep the workplace as safe and secure as possible.
SRS Alert Fire Systems Ltd’s fire warden/fire marshal training courses are more intensive than our basic fire awareness training courses and comprise of interactive activities to give participants a deep knowledge of fire safety awareness in the workplace.
SRS Alert Fire Systems Ltd’s fire warden and fire marshal training courses take place on-site and last for 5 hours with a maximum of 12 participants on each course. Following the course, participants will be awarded a certificate of achievement and will know how to carry out a fire drill and operate fire safety equipment.
What Will I Learn From Fire Warden & Fire Marshal Training?
Classes of Fires
Principles of Fire Prevention
Types of Extinguishers
The Correct use of Fire Extinguishers
Duties of the Fire Warden/Marshal
Understanding of Fire Hazards in the Workplace
Actions to be taken in the Event of Fire
Assist the Fire Brigade
Be able to ensure that the Fire Protection and Detection system are maintained correctly
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Fire Training FAQ
Is fire training a legal requirement?
Yes. Under the 2005 Health, Safety and Welfare at Work Act, fire training is a legal requirement for companies. All employees must be fire trained to a basic standard.
Where can I find fire training near me?
SRS Alert Fire Systems Ltd offers fire training services to customers all over Ireland including fire training for offices, commercial companies, industrial companies and more.