Fire Safety Awareness Training

The Fire Safety Awareness Training course is designed to inform employees on how to follow best fire safety practice in order to remain compliant to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

£15.00 + VAT

SKU: 22 Category:
QUANTITY RANGE UNIT PRICE UNIT SAVING
2-9 £12.50 25%
10-49 £10.00 33%
50+ £7.50 50%

The course will be structured as follows:

  • Introduction
    • Overview 
    • Regulations
  • Fire
    • Understanding fire
    • How fires start
    • Housekeeping, hazards, and risks
    • Waste disposal and materials storage 
  • Fire Actions
    • On discovering a fire
    • Raising the alarm
    • On hearing the alarm
    • Tackling a fire if safe to do so
  • Evacuation
    • Effective use of time
    • Drills
    • Location of escape routes
    • Fire doors and emergency fastenings 

We offer flexible training therefore the course can be completed online, anywhere, on a laptop, desktop, or device. Take just 30 mins out of your day or pause and save your progress to learn at your own pace.

Once you have completed all modules you will need to complete a final assessment whereupon completion, you will be awarded a Fire Safety Awareness Certificate to verify that your business is complying with its legal obligations and requirements

This course is essential to all employees on all levels, and they all have a responsibility to ensure the safety of themselves and others on the premises.

With this course employees will become well-trained in fire safety so that they will be aware of potential causes of fires, what actions they can take to prevent fires from breaking out, and what emergency plans they must follow in the event of a fire to ensure the safety of themselves and others in the workplace.

Fires can lead to a devastating outcome, one which many businesses never recover from.

Approximately 75% of workplace fires are the result of an accident or mistake, resulting in damage to property and the environment, harm to business continuity, and worst of all: injuries or lives lost. 

Many fires can be prevented, and it is essential for employers, building owners, and occupiers to ensure sufficient fire safety measures are in place and followed to reduce the risks of the above dangers. If fire safety regulations are not followed, employers will be prosecuted.