Fire Warden Training

What is a Fire Warden/Fire Marshal?
Fire Wardens are persons who have been designated responsibility to execute a company's emergency plan in the event of a fire. In addition, they have responsibilities in relation to the maintenance of fire safety systems by raising awareness of fire safety through the organisation, inspection of fire equipment and organising fire drills. 
 
Why do you need training?
There is a legal requirement for organisations to have adequate fire safety controls and emergency plans in place. Having trained fire wardens in your organisation helps ensure that these requirements are adhered to, and that your employees and other persons using your premises remain safe.
 
What we offer
We offer in-house fire marshal training, which includes:
  • Fire safety
  • Common causes of fire
  • Fire triangle
  • Fire development
  • Fire prevention
  • Fire classification
  • Fire extinguisher types and application
  • Passive and active fire protection
  • Emergency procedures and evacuation
  • Role of the fire warden
  • Practical and theory assessment
All learners are required to undergo a short theory and practical assessment to demonstrate understanding of the course. On completion, learners are issued with certificates which are valid for three years.
 
How long is the course?
This is a half-day course.
 
How many people can attend?
This course accomodates up to 10 people per session.
 
How much is the course?
Fire Warden training courses are €350 per session.
 
How do I book?
Contact us today and we will arrange a training session at a date and time that suits your needs.