Fire Marshal

In Salford

£ 85 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Short course

  • Location

    Salford

  • Duration

    1 Day

Description

To enable students to understand the dangers of fire and provide them with the functional requirements to be a Fire Marshall For the safe evacuation of personnel in response to a developing Fire

Facilities

Location

Starts

Salford (Greater Manchester)
See map
33-35 Winders Way, M6 6BU

Starts

On request

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Course programme

Fire Marshal

Course Summary

Summary: Designed for delegates who have the responsibility to carry out fire duties to comply with current Fire legislation. To enable students to understand the dangers of fire and provide them with the functional requirements to be a Fire Marshall and for the safe evacuation of personnel in response to a developing Fire. Students should be able to produce Fire Action Plans in response to an assessment of the workplace to enable a safe evacuation from the premises without undue risk to themselves or others.

Duration: 1 Day

Group: Certified Training

Contents

Course Overview

To provide the basic knowledge, confidence and skills to carry out the duties of a Fire Marshall

Target Personnel

Employees who have responsibility to carry out fire duties to comply with current Fire legislation.

Aims and Objectives

To enable students to understand the dangers of fire and provide them with the functional requirements to be a Fire Marshall For the safe evacuation of personnel in response to a developing Fire

Content

  • Fire legislation
  • Duties of a Fire Marshall
  • Nature of fire and how fire spreads
  • Actions in smoke
  • Means of Escape
  • Calling the Fire Service in an emergency
  • Evacuation methods and procedures
  • Staff fire drills and training
  • Hazard spotting and hazard reduction
  • Testing, maintenance and log books

Outcome

Students should be able to produce Fire Action Plans in response an assessment of the workplace to enable a safe evacuation from the premises without undue risk to themselves or others

Prerequisites

None

Suggested Next Steps

None
Scheduled Dates and Fees

Start Dates Fee Notes

Thursday 29 January 2009 £85 (ex VAT)
Tuesday 21 April 2009 £85 (ex VAT)
Thursday 23 July 2009 £85 (ex VAT)
Thursday 22 October 2009 £85 (ex VAT)

Fire Marshal

£ 85 + VAT