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It’s vital we are trained in fire safety training. There are many things you can do when it comes to protecting your place of work from a fire and making sure that everyone is safe as possible. If your company has a fire, it can be extremely costly for both property damage and lost revenue.

What We Offer

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Basic Fire Safety Training

This 1-hour course is perfect for training staff in most industries. In the course, delegates will learn; what to do in the event of a fire, evacuation procedures, raising the alarm, types of fire and the basics about fire extinguishers.

Up to 15 people per course

Each delegate receives a certificate of completion

Training done at a location to suit you

Fire Marshal Training

Our Fire Marshal Training Course is perfect for training new or existing Fire Marshals. In this course you will receive; customer and staff evacuation training, an understanding of the role of the Fire Marshal, a comprehensive understanding of the types of fire extinguishers and how to operate them and an in-depth explanation of the main classifications of fire. At the end, each delegate will take part in a questionnaire to demonstrate what they’ve learnt.

Up to 15 people per course

Each delegate receives a certificate of completion

Training done at a location to suit you

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Practical fire safety training

Live Fire Practical

In addition to both our Basic Fire Safety Training & Fire Marshall Training Courses you can also book an optional Live Fire Practical. In this course, your participants will be able to try out putting out a real fire with real extinguishers in a controlled setting. Giving them valuable experience if they have to face the situation in real life.

Can be added on to either of the in-person courses

Can be done on site

Carried out in a controlled manner by our trained fire safety specialist

Online Training Course

Our online fires safety courses are all approved by the Fire Authority and CPD Accredited. Each course lasts between 45-60 minutes. We also offer industry specific fire safety courses for hotels, care homes, schools and hospitals.

Participants have 60 days to complete the course

Unlimited attempts during the 60 days

Certificate received on completion

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Do You Need Fire Safety Training?

The reason why you need fire safety training is to protect your employees and the people who visit your business. Fires can be devastating to businesses of all sizes, so it’s important that everyone knows how to respond in case of an emergency.

How Often Is Fire Safety Training Required?

Once every 12 months, however, consider staff turnover and training needs of new employees.

Accreditations

We work with several third-party bodies to ensure we work to the highest industry standards.

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BAFE Fire Safety Register
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CHAS

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