Fire Safety Awareness
£20 + VAT
Any employee from any business will benefit from carrying out basic fire awareness training and this course gives a great understanding of how to reduce the risk posed by fire in the workplace.
All about this course
This course is suitable for anyone working in any industry to get a good knowledge of fire safety. It is a regulatory requirement that all employees, regardless of the industry they work in, undergo some form of fire safety training and this course meets this requirement.
Our Fire Safety Awareness course is suitable for people in any industry and any level of employment including employees, managers and supervisors. Covering the use of fire extinguishers, escape routes, fire behaviour and prevention, the course is also a fantastic base to go on and become a designated fire warden.
In order to complete the course, you must achieve 80% or more in the final multiple choice quiz.
You will earn 3 CPD points on completion of the course, this course will take around 3 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.
Fully CPD registered
Completed online with instant downloadable certificate
Fully printed certificate posted next day
Meets fire safety training requirements
Covers all required legislation and practices
Complete the online multiple choice assessment as many times as you need to pass
Unit 1 – Fire Safety Introduction: In this first unit we will look at the risks posed by fire and the responsibilities of people regarding fire safety. This unit will cover how fires start and the necessary component for a fire to take hold. Risks posed by smoke will also be covered in these sections. We will then move on to explain the duties of the Responsible Person and Fire Wardens.
Unit 2 – Fire behaviour: This unit will cover the different types of fire behaviour, as well as how people react when they see flames. We will explore a number of different ways that fire can start and spread as well as how people react when they are encountered with fire. The unit will then cover different evacuation procedures which can be in place.
Unit 3 – Prevention and protection: We will now move on to look at how fires can be prevented and ways to protect life if a fire does start. Many lives can be saved by simply putting in place prevention methods. This unit will explain the most common fire prevention methods used as well as fire protection such as alarms, fire doors and emergency lighting.
Unit 4 – Fire extinguishers: In this final unit we will look at different types of fire extinguishers and when these are used. Understanding the differences between various fire extinguishers is very important to be able to tackle a blaze. This unit will cover the various types of extinguisher and explain what fires they can be used on.