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Fire Warden

Can your premises be evacuated safely in the event of an emergency? Are you leaving it to chance or have you put procedures in place to maximise the chances of a safe evacuation? Are there people in your orgainisation who will take control in the event of an emergency and will know what to do to get people out calmly and safely?

Once a fire alarm goes off, the role of the fire warden is to check their designated area to ensure that it is clear and report to the senior fire warden or incident officer at their designated assembly point. Fire wardens are not expected to fight fires (although training will include using a fire extinguisher on a live fire); however they are required to make sure everyone is escorted to the emergency exits as quickly and as safely as possible. The fire warden also needs to direct and control the crowds in a safe manner.

Fire wardens are also asked to report to their safety coordinator, any defects in fire equipment such as a fire door not closing or a fire extinguisher that doesn't work properly. It's important that all members of staff in the workplace are aware who their fire wardens are and where they are usually located, should they need to raise an alarm.

Having a thorough understanding of the causes and preventions of fire, and what to do in the event of a fire will help fire wardens to restore calm in the event of panic and coordinate the safe exit of all members of staff. Fire Warden training will ensure the allocated wardens are fully equipped with all the knowledge they need to carry out these tasks to the best of their ability.

Duration: 4 hours

Cost: €450 for up to 12 trainees (at client's premises)

Public course €100 per person (discounts available where more than one person is booked).

NEXT AVAILABLE PUBLIC COURSE: 9.30AM WEDNESDAY 3RD FEBRUARY, 2016, NAVAN

 
 

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Duration: 4 hours

Cost: €350 for up to 12 trainees (at client's premises).

Public course €75 per person (discounts available where more than one person is booked).

NEXT AVAILABLE PUBLIC COURSE: 9.30AM WEDNESDAY 3RD FEBRUARY, 2016, NAVAN