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Fire Safety Training Courses

Reform Fire Limited are able to offer a comprehensive selection of Fire Safety courses including Fire Marshall and Fire Risk assessment to existing and potential customers throughout the UK. Following the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, it is a statutory requirement that you provide your employees with adequate fire safety training.

We understand that different businesses and premises require different fire safety training methods. Whether you require advice on fire prevention tactics for your company's office building or you wish to improve fire risk awareness amongst the staff in your city centre nightclub, our well qualified fire safety officers will provide a presentation that is tailored to your needs.

We ensure that you and your staff are aware of potential hazards in your workplace, and that said hazards are within the parameters of existing fire safety legislation (read 'What the law says' below).

Our range of fire safety courses includes:
  • Fire Extinguisher and Fire Awareness Course
  • Fire Marshal/Warden Training Course
  • Fire Risk Assessment Training

Do my Employees require Fire Safety Training?
The following is a selection of the kind of businesses and public buildings we regularly help with fire safety: Care homes, factories, hospitals, hotels, housing associations, night clubs, nursing homes, offices, pubs, schools, shopping centres, tour operators, warehouses, churches, hostels, shops, stadiums, theme parks

Fire safety training is highly beneficial for your staff, potentially helping to save lives and protect your business premises from unnecessary fire risk.

What do the courses entail?

A typical Reform Fire Limited Training Course would include:

  • An examination of fire risks
  • What to do if you discover a fire
  • Fire evacuation procedures
  • Identifying types of extinguishers
  • How to tackle a fire
  • Using the correct type of extinguishers
  • Practical use of several types of extinguishers on real fires

Having done the course employees will be:

  • Able to identify potential fire hazards and is willing to take action to reduce the risk.
  • Able and willing to follow the correct emergency and evacuation procedures.
  • Able to use extinguishers effectively and safely.

Properly trained employees reduce the risk to themselves, others and the business.

What Fire Safety Law says about Fire Training

Article 21 - The Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order 2005
21 (1) The responsible person must ensure that his employees are provided with adequate safety training -
(a) At the time when they are first employed; and
(b) On their being exposed to new or increased risks because of-
(i) Their being transferred or given a change of responsibilities within the responsible person's undertaking;
(ii) The introduction of new work equipment into, or a change respecting work equipment already in use within, the responsible person's undertaking;
(iii) The introduction of new technology into the responsible person's undertaking; or
(iv) The introduction of a new system of work into, or a change respecting a system of work already in use within, the responsible person's undertaking.
(2) The training referred to in paragraph (1) must-
(a) Include suitable and sufficient instruction and training on the appropriate precautions and actions to be taken by the employee in order to safeguard himself and other relevant persons on the premises;
(b) Be repeated periodically where appropriate;
(c) Be adapted to take account of any new or changed risks to the safety of the employees concerned;
(d) Be provided in a manner appropriate to the risk identified by the risk assessment; and take place during working hours.

Contact us on 08000 14 16 18 or click here for a quote.


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