City Fire Training was recently asked to carry out fire marshal courses London for a number of Doctors surgeries. The two courses for 24 practice managers and 10 receptionists included fire safety legislation, fire risk assessment, fire emergency plans and fire evacuation procedures.
Attendees came from different sized surgeries but what was apparent was that many of those that attended reported busy morning surgeries and very quiet afternoons with far less occupants in buildings. Many required two different types of fire evacuation strategy – Sweep systems in the morning and roll calls in the afternoon.
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After only one week, Fire Training London report that the Fire marshal course London is more than 50% subscribed.
Bill Seccombe, director of City Fire Training Ltd aid “We have noticed this trend over the last 4 months or so and perhaps this is sign of the economy recovering and organisations are now investing in fire safety training”.
Managers wishing to book on this course should book early to avoid dissappointment.
Fire Training London and City Fire Training have released a new fire marshal course London date.
The course will be held at Toynebee Hall, Commercial Street, Aldgate East on 29th November 2012. There will be a strict limit on numbers attending and course spaces have already been taken, so managers wishing to send persons on courses should book now to ensure places on the fire marshal training London programme.
The course will include a practical fire extinguisher training session and delegates will have the opportunity of tackling some small fires using an LPG fuelled fire training rig.
Also delegates will receive a certificate of attendance, which will help responsible persons demonstrate compliance with parts of the Fire Safety Order. In addition delegates will be given access to the Fire Training London downloads page to download a number of fire safety handbooks.
Fire Training London report that their fire marshal course London scheduled for 24th September 2012 is filling up.
“Delegates wishing to attend the course should book now to avoid disappointment” said director Bill Seccombe.
Those attending will be taught general fire safety principles, fire extinguisher types and classes of fire, hazard spotting to ensure a fire safe environment, fire drills and staff fire training. They will also consider fire evacuation strategies, accounting methods, fire emergency plans, disabled fire procedures and PEEPS as well as other fire safety measures.
“This is our most popular course” continued Bill “We train a variety of different types of organisations so are able to discuss a wide range of issues”.
For more details of the fire marshal course, click the link above.
The London Fire Brigade have revealed that the number of fire calls it attended last year was the lowest since records began in 1966. It also reported that fires calls have halved in the last ten years.
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Also in the same story – details of the latest fire marshal course London available from these trainers.