Fire Training is not only a good idea – it’s the law

1. General Fire Training
All Staff must have at least this level of training.

3. Fire Marshal / Warden Training
You must nominate and provide adequate training for a sufficient number of people that are competent to deal with an emergency on your premises.

All Staff should have general fire training on their first day at work, or as soon as possible afterwards.General Fire Training

1. General Fire Training

General Fire Training may be quite basic and simply involve general fire safety awareness, how to raise the alarm, the escape routes from the building and the location of the assembly point.

Fire Training

Most fires start off small and can easily be tackled by someone with the right training. You must provide fire extinguisher training for your staff.

2. Fire Extinguisher Training

You must nominate and provide adequate training for a “sufficient number” of people that are competent to use firefighting equipment.

Fire Marshals / Fire Wardens need to training to ensure they have the knowledge to reduce the risk of fire and to safely evacuate the workplace in an emergency.Fire Marshal Training

3. Fire Marshal / Warden Training

The Responsible Person must nominate a “sufficient number” of persons to practice and assist in an emergency evacuation of the premises.