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.




Whats new for fire warden training London?

In this article we take a look at the latest web news and articles detailing fire warden training London programmes. Here are the latest articles:

How frequently should fire wardens receive fire warden training London? homepage provides an in sight into the frequency of fire warden training. Reasons for more or less frequent training include the level of risk and hazards in a workplace or building, the type of workplace. turnover of staff and the findings of the fire risk assessment.

Should an organisation carry out generic on line fire warden training?

Fire warden training / general staff fire training should be based on an organisations fire emergency plan, fire evacuation plans and the findings of the fire risk assessment. On line generic training will not provide specific details about an organisation or its building. On line training may provide a general overview of the issues to be covered in more detailed fire training.

Do fire wardens and fire marshal s need more fire training than other staff?

Government guidance provides detailed lists of what general staff need to know about their company procedures, building and fire safety equipment. The guides also detail further training that fire wardens and fire marshals will need to learn to effectively evacuate persons in the event of a fire or emergency.

How often should fire drills be carried out in a workplace?

An old favourite question of both our blog readers, regular website visitors and attendees on our fire training courses. The type of premises, risk and hazards will need to be assessed when deciding the frequency of fire drills.

How many fire marshals do we need in our building?

Fire Training in London considers how many fire marshals and fire wardens are needed in a building. This will depend on the type of building, level of risk, type of occupants, type of building and what type of accounting procedure is employed. In addition, workplaces that have shift work will need an appropriate number of fire marshals to cover all shifts and at times when persons on in the building.

Can my fire marshals train other staff?

The popular Fire training Course .com explores a number of frequently asked fire warden training and fire marshal training questions. Can fire marshals train other staff? Many organisations employ fire marshals to carry out very basic fire training for temporary workers and new starters!



New fire marshal training London dates set

City Fire Training (Fire Training London) have set new fire marshal training London dates. The next fire marshal course in London will be held on 28th January 2014 and places are limited to 20 persons per course.

Attendees will each receive a certificate of attendance after completing the course and will have the opportunity of tackling a small fire  using portable fire extinguishers.

Fire warden courses London and fire marshal courses London are available as open programmes or as in house fire marshal training in London. Click the links above for more details.

Should fire warden training be accredited?

A caller to our office asked whether “fire warden training needed to be accredited”. Our caller had called another provider who said that their course was approved by a trade organisation.

There is no requirement for accredited fire training for any member of staff under the Fire Safety Order 2005. Fire training should however, be given by somebody with sufficient knowledge, training and expertise.

If you need fire warden training in London or fire extinguisher training in London call our teams now for more details.