- NEBOSH National General Certificate
- NEBOSH International General Certificate
- NEBOSH International Construction Certificate
- NEBOSH International Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate
- NEBOSH Award in Health and Safety at Work
- IOSH Directing Safely
- IOSH Managing Safely
- IOSH Working Safely
- UKATA recognised (Cat. A) Asbestos Awareness Course
- SMSTS - Site Manager Safety Training Scheme (CITB)
- SMSTS - Site Manager Safety Training Scheme (Refresher)
- SSSTS - Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (CITB)
- UKPIA/SPA Petrol Retail Contractors Safety Passport
- UKPIA/SPA Petrol Retail Contractors Safety Passport (Refresher)
- SPA - Food and Drink Safety Passport
- SPA - Food and Drink Safety Passport (Refresher)
- CCNSG Safety Passport (2-day)
- First Aid at Work (3-days)
- First Aid at Work Re-qualification
- Emergency First Aid at Work
- Fire Marshal/Warden Certificate Course
- Practical Fire Safety Awareness Course
- IPAF - Triple product (1b, 3a & 3b)
- IPAF (Dual) Mobile Vertical (3a) + (3b) Mobile Boom - Operator
- IPAF MEWPs for Managers
- PASMA - Mobile Access Tower for Users
- PASMA - Low Level Access
- CIEH Level 2 Award in Food Safety for Retail
PRACTICAL FIRE SAFETY AWARENESS COURSESMTS0025
Training undertaken at client specific locations nationwide
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
At the end of this course, delegates will be able to demonstrate an understanding of:
- The procedures to be followed in the event of fire.
- How to call the fire service and liaise on site.
- Identify which elements need to exist for fire to occur.
- The three basic principles of fire extinction.
- Identify the four classes of fire.
- The principles and practice of fire risk assessment.
- Basic fire prevention.
- Arson prevention.
- Personal protection.
- Which measures are designed to prevent smoke travel and fire spread in a building.
- The need for fire safety and how to implement measures to protect yourselves, colleagues and clients.
- Use of correct fire equipment.
- Evacuation procedures and the control of personnel.
Legal requirements and fire safety regulations
Fire risk assessment principles and practicals
The fire triangle
Common sources of fire
Fire Exits, Emergency Exit Routes, Signs
Emergency Lighting & Fire Alarms.
Practical extinguisher discharges
This course is a practical and theroretical course which is designed for personnel who require 'initial' and/or 'refresher' training in fire-fighting and evactuation techniques.
Wherever possible live – fire practical fire extinguisher demonstrations will be carried out outside following a suitable risk assessment therefore delegates are advised to bring suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.
Delegates successfully completing the course including carrying out practical techniques will receive a certificate of attendance.