Fire warden training in Essex, fire extinguisher training in Essex and a few other courses!!


City Fire Training provide fire training in Essex and have a  number of fire training courses available for companies and organisations based in Essex. Here is a quick overview of our fire training services:

Fire warden training Essex – We provide in house and open fire warden courses in Essex. Half day and full day formats available. Our open fire warden courses Essex programme is carried out in Colchester and other large towns and cities.

Fire marshal training Essex – We are also available to provide in house fire marshal courses in Essex and can tailor them to suit specific workplace types. Open fire marshal training in Essex courses are held in conjunction with a local first aid provider.

Fire extinguisher training in Essex – We provide on-sire practical fire extinguisher training. Our in house fire extinguisher courses in Essex will help managers meet their statutory fire safety responsibilities and duties.

Care home fire training in Essex – Our care home fire training Essex programme is provided as in house training programmes. Our course includes fire awareness, fire extinguishers, delayed, progressive horizontal and full evacuation info, types of incident, monitored fire drills (subject to numbers), care home fire procedures, moving vulnerable persons.

School fire training in Essex – Our fire training for school staff course in Essex can be delivered as part of an inset day programme, twilight session, early starter training as part of a normal training day. based on government guidance, we also provide ECFRS guidance on fires in schools.

Fire safety on construction sites in Essex – We provide fire training on construction sites in Essex. The course is based on HSE and British Standard recommendations. Courses can include a practical fire extinguisher session subject to practical fire extinguisher exercise site survey.

Fire evacuation chair training in Essex – We provide fire evacuation chair training for many types of organisations including the Fire Service. Yes!! We have provided fire evacuation chair training to fire service staff to rescue disabled persons from their fire stations and buildings. For details of evacuation chair courses in Essex – call our team now.

 

 

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Why do fire wardens and fire marshals need more fire training?


There is a requirement for all staff to receive regular fire training. They should be taught the contents of the fire emergency plan. This will include what to do if they discover a fire, what to do if they hear an alarm, details of the fire alarm, details of fire fighting equipment, accounting procedures, the importance of fire doors, how to operate fire alarm call points, fire doors etc.

Fire wardens and fire marshals must also know this essential information but will also need to know more details of the fire evacuation strategy, how fires start and behave in buildings, how persons react to fires in buildings, how to marshal persons to a place of safety, arrangements for disabled persons or other persons with reduced mobility. They may also be required to assist with updating fire emergency plans, fire evacuation plans, simple staff fire training, implementing  and debriefing fire drills etc.

All of these issues are covered in City Fire Training fire marshal courses in London. Our courses can be delivered as in house fire warden training London programmes, on-site fire warden training in London or as open fire marshal training London programmes at our training venue in East London.

 

For more details of fire marshal courses London, fire extinguisher courses in London etc – Click these links now!

 

 

Ensuring fire safety measures are in place before opening up for business


Our company was asked to carry out a fire risk assessment at a new facility owned by a technology company in London. The organisation that has been established for 6 years and decided to expand to enable it to produce a new range of high end technology instruments.

Our fire risk assessment found that there was no fire alarm, no emergency lighting to BS 5277, no fire exits or fire exit signs, no in date fire extinguishers in place, no staff action notices, no staff fire training etc.

Before starting work in a premises an organisation must ensure that fire safety measures are in place to protect staff and visitors in the building. We have provided advice that will help the company on a temporary basis and provide long term solutions to ensure fire safety at all times.

For more information on fire risk assessments London or fire marshal training in London, open fire marshal courses London or fire extinguisher courses contact our team now on 0207 419 5001

Can you have too many fire marshals and fire wardens?


During a recent fire warden course in London, an attendee asked whether you can have too many fire marshals or fire wardens.

This reminded our company of some fire marshal training in London we carried out for a large company in the City. At this fire marshal course our host stated that she had put in place:

  • Fire marshals (for office hours)
  • Deputy fire marshals (in case of absence of regular fire marshals)
  • Assistant deputy fire marshals (When the fire marshal was holiday or sick and the deputy fire marshal was not in the area when the fire alarm sounded)
  • Fire marshals (for outside normal hours)
  • Deputy marshals (in case of absence of an out of hours fire marshal)

Was this a bit excessive? The Fire Safety Order 2005 requires a building manager (responsible person) to have an evacuation procedure in the event of a fire in the building and sufficient suitable qualified staff to implement the fire evacuation procedure. It also requires an organisation to consider those at additional risk – ie Persons working early or late, persons working on their own, those with disabilities etc.

For details of our fire warden courses London or for a fire marshal course London at your workplace call us now on 0207 419 5001.

We also host regular open fire extinguisher courses in London or at clients premises.

New fire marshal course dates set by City Fire Training


A new fire marshal course London (fire warden course London) date has been set by City Fire Training Ltd.

The course will be held at Toynbee Hall, Commercial Road, Aldgate East, London on 30th Sept 2013.

The course will be attended by delegates from a variety of different workplaces. Attendees will be able to tackle a small fire during the fire extinguisher practical session. The fire marshal training London is based on government guidance booklets, fire service guidance notes and best practice and British Standard recommendations.

For those not requiring fire warden training London, can attend the morning session for fire extinguisher training. To book on the fire marshal course or fire extinguisher course London call 0207 419 5001

Fire Training Course .Com is getting up there!


After only one week since launching Fire Training Course .Com  has booked its first fire training course! Not bad for a brand new site that was submitted to Google 6 days ago.

The first booking was for a school fire safety course in London. A little search found the site on page 12 of Google by typing in Fire Training Course, but the client typed in a small specific search term and found the Fire safety for schools course.

The school fire training course covers a range of issues including fire awareness, fire extinguishers, non emergency duties of all staff and those responsible for implementing the fire evacuation plan, effective fire drills and may other issues. This course has been booked for London but is also available for schools in Manchester, Birmingham, Essex, Kent, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Buckinghamshire etc.

Fire Training Course .Com also provides other fire safety training courses such as fire safety for hotels, fire marshal course, fire extinguisher course, residential care home fire training and general staff fire training.

Next programmed courses are fire marshal courses London at Toynebee Hall, Aldgate East, London on 21st March 2013 and fire marshal course Essex in Colchester, Essex on 26th February 2013.

New fire training course website launched


A new fire training course website has been launched. The new website www.firetrainingcourse.com will help managers from around the United Kingdom source fire training for its staff and volunteers.

The website is part of the City Fire Training group of websites. The site details the following fire training courses:

In addition, disabled fire training, fire evacuation chair training, fire risk assessment audit training and fire safety for managers training will also be available to organisations sourcing top quality fire safety training courses