Current legislation, The Safety, Health and Welfare Act (2005), indicates that every workplace regardless of the number of employees are required by law to provide sufficient training in fire awareness to every member of staff.
This course fulfills the Irish legislative training requirements recognised as being a fully qualified fire marshal /warden. Importantly, it highlights your legal duties as acting fire marshal within the workplace and furthermore provides candidates with essential information on understanding fire, potential fire hazards within the office, fire safety arrangements and further information on what an emergency fire evacuation should entail.
When it comes to fire safety it is critical that we think prevention rather than reaction, as time and knowledge saves lives. With this in mind this course provides candidates with the necessary tools to take on fire safety responsibilities and be able to maintain and support employee welfare within the workplace.
Who is this for?
This course is ideal for anyone taking on the role of fire marshal/ warden within the workplace.
How long is the course?
The duration of the course is 220 minutes of instructor led video content, with additional time required for answering interactive questions throughout the course.
The cost of the course is €40 per person. Discounts are available for 10 or more candidates booking the course. For further information on group discounts please email email@example.com or ring 087 250 4888.
Like all our interactive e-learning courses that we provide here at First Aid Direct, every candidate is required to engage with the course material and answer multiple-choice questions throughout each module. To successfully pass the course candidates must receive a minimum of 70% for modules 1 to 15 (see above) and 100% on the final module, ‘Using a Fire Extinguisher’.
Benefits of E-learning
- Cost effective
- Saves time
- Improves performance and productivity
- Lower environmental impact
The course concentrates on key Fire Marshal topics including:
1. Chemistry of fire
2. Common causes of fire
3. Basic safety features of buildings
4. Introduction to fire extinguishers
5. What to do in cases of fires?
6. Fire statistics
7. Current fire safety legislation
8. Fire risk assessment
9. Preventative measures
10. Safety features within buildings
11. Role of the fire marshal
12. Action of fire discovery
13. Fire drills and evacuation
14. Fire extinguishers
15. Pre-engagement action
16. Using a fire extinguisher
This course is approved by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), First Aid Direct and also it is accredited for 5 units of CPD.
Upon completion of the course candidates will receive a ‘Fire Marshal’ certificate.
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