Fire Warden Training
What is special about this course?
The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 requires employers to have an adequate number of trained persons responsible for supervising and implementing the Fire Action Plan. All staff (including volunteers, temporary and agency staff) should be given information, training and instruction on the fire safety measures to be taken or observed on the premises, including the action to be taken in case of fire.
The Fire Warden Course will give employees nominated as Fire Wardens a greater knowledge of what is expected of them when the fire alarm goes off. It is essential that staff know what they must do to safeguard themselves and others on the premises and to have an awareness of the importance of their actions. This includes risk reduction, maintenance of fire safety measures and action if there is a fire.
Candidates must have completed Fire Safety Awareness
Candidates who have already completed basic fire safety training will be asked to provide evidence of this.
This course gives delegates an all-round knowledge of Fire Warden duties, what to do in the event of a fire and how to prevent a fire from happening.
This course covers:
- Definitions of responsible persons
- Pro-active duties of the Fire Warden
- Actions on hearing the fire alarm
- Actions for evacuation
- Actions on arrival at the assembly point
- Notifying the fire brigade
Upon completion of the course the candidates will be able to:
- Act safely, promptly and effectively in the Fire Warden role
- Understand their basic warden duties and how to carry them out safely
- Carry out basic daily fire safety checks
How will I study my course?
- Short course
How long will my course last?2 Hours
Where can I study my course?
For the latest information on fees please see our Tuition Fees information.
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