IFSM accredited fire marshal training in Essex


Fire marshals and fire wardens require training to carry out their organisation fire evacuation plan. Fire emergency plans detail what will happen in an emergency and the frequency of staff fire marshal and fire warden training.

Our fire marshal training Essex programmes and fire warden training Essex courses detail what is required of staff performing an evacuation role. Course content is a mixture of government guidance, British Standards and published fire service advice, as well as over 20 years of experience with the Essex County Fire and Rescue Service industrial training programme.

For details of fire training in Essex, fire marshal courses in Essex and fire extinguisher training go to our website now.

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Book early for in house fire marshal training


With the end of the financial year coming soon, responsible persons hoping to book in house fire marshal training should book now to ensure they obtain suitable staff training dates.

Our fire marshal courses Essex programme has just a few dates left before the end of March. Our popular fire marshal training in Essex programmes were originally produced for the Essex Fire Service trading company. Receive fire service style training courses in Essex for more than half price of Essex fire service training courses.

Fire marshal courses London – a quick guide to what your fire wardens nedd to know!


An internet search will reveal many organisations offering the best quality training and ensuring you that your fire marshals and fire wardens will be able to act quickly and decisively when an incident occurs in your workplace. Our websites say the very same thing!!!

But what should you look for in your fire marshal course London? A good fire marshal course London or fire warden course London will probably contain the following type of information:

  • A fire awareness session detailing how people behave and how quickly fires can spread in buildings
  • Fire extinguishers – this will include information on the types of fire extinguishers available, classes of fire, safety tips when using the extinguishers and other general advice such as maintenance, checks and siting of extinguishers
  • A practical fire fighting session – if you have a suitable space outside a practical session could give your staff the confidence to tackle fires should one occur.
  • Daily responsibilities of fire marshals and fire wardens – this will include simple staff fire training of new staff and temps, advice on fire drills and hazard spotting or general housekeeping to keep the building safe from fire
  • The contents of fire emergency plan – These plans are a requirement of the Fire Safety Order 2005 and all staff should be able to access this information, an explanation of what this includes will be useful to fire marshals during informal training discussions
  • Evacuation strategies and accounting methods. This session gives practical advice on the most suitable accounting systems for various types of building and work processes
  • Evacuation procedures for disabled persons  – This is another requirement and staff must know what to do immediately by implementing organisation procedures
  • General advice on fire evacuations – such as assembly points, who calls the fire service, dealing with those that do not want to leave the building etc

City Fire Training provides fire marshal courses London, fire warden courses London on open courses and can carry out fire marshal training london at your premises for unlimited numbers of staff. Click the link below for more information:

http://www.cityfiretraining.co.uk/fire_safety_training_courses.html

http://www.cityfiretraining.co.uk/firetrainingessex/firemarshalcoursesessex.html

Fire drills and staff fire training


Managers should carry out enough fire drills to ensure that all staff practice at least once a year.Government guidance says that the benefits of surpise fire drills may be outweighed by the health and safety issues associated with giving no prior warning.

City Fire Training say ” All staff should be informed of fire drills. If they are told when a fire drill occurs and know when the fire alarm is tested, when the alarm goes off for a real emergency, staff will know it is a real event”.

Everyone must participate in the fire drill, but if this causes extreme difficulties or poses a security risk , then some persons may remain in the building, however a another fire drill involving those who did not take part should be held. You should record the result of each fire drill in your fire log book.

The Fire Safety Order 2005 requires responsible persons to nominate and train a sufficient number of staff to help carry out fire drills and emergency evacuation procedures. This includes training on how to operate any fire-fighting equipment considered necessary.

Fire safety induction training

The responsible person must provide all employees with instruction and training so that they know what to do in the event of a fire and any other details in the fire emergency plan.

Every employee, including those on temporary or short term contracts must know:

  • how to raise the alarm if they discover a fire
  • who contacts the fire brigade
  • how to use the fire extinguishers and any other fire fighting equipment
  • how to evacuate the building
  • where the assembly point is

City Fire Training carries out regular fire marshal courses London and fire marshal courses Essex. For more detail visit our website www.cityfiretraining.co.uk