Training for individuals who need to respond to hazardous fire situations in the home, workplace or in the community.
Is This The Training For You?
This course is for individuals who need to respond to hazardous fire situations in the home, workplace or in the community. A fire warden is a defined member of the workplace who is responsible for sweeping their assigned floor or building and accompanying the employees and other individuals in their area to an allocated assembly point during an emergency situation or a fire drill in accordance with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. There is no set number of fire wardens legally required but an employer should carry out a fire risk assessment to determine the number their company needs. this training will provide trainees with the awareness of key fire safety duties to competently handle fire emergencies.
Topics covered include:
- Understanding the roles and responsibilities of a fire warden
- Forming an awareness of how to prevent fires or limit their impact
- Planning evacuation procedures for employees including those who need specific assistance