We offer a range of fire courses to suit all your requirements from a basic awareness through to a Fire Marshal with extinguisher training. Normally our courses are delivered 'per course' however we invite you to contact us to discuss your needs.




The QA Level 1 Award in Fire Safety Awareness (QCF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed for those who want to increase their awareness of fire safety in the workplace.
 
Candidates will learn basic fire safety principles in order to ensure they are keeping themselves and others in the workplace safe at all  times.
They will also learn what to do in the event of an emergency and the simple measures that can be taken to control the risk of fires.
 
With subjects covered in just half a day, this course is an ideal way to ensure that all employees have a good understanding of fire safety, whilst minimising disruption to your organisation’s day to day activity.

Whats Covered in the Course

  • Causes of fires in the workplace

  • The costs of fires in the workplace for employers, employees and society

  • Basic fire safety duties and responsibilities

  • Actions to be taken in the event of a fire Principles of fire risk control

  • Key elements for effective fire risk management

  • The fire triangle and controlling fire risks

  • Active and passive risk control measures

  • Fire prevention measures

  • Safe use of portable fire-fighting equipment

  • Fire safety equipment checks


 

 

Did you know that breaches of fire safety laws can result in unlimited fines and imprisonment?

The QA Level 2 Award in Fire Safety (QCF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification that has been specifically designed for anyone who has a specific responsibility for fire safety in the workplace, such as designated fire wardens/fire marshals.
Successful candidates will gain an understanding of fire safety management at work and the specific roles and responsibilities related to fire safety in the Workplace

  • Causes of fires in the workplace The fire triangle

  • Hazards during and after a fire Fire and smoke spread

  • Identifying and controlling fire hazards:

    • Fire prevention

    • Fire detection and raising the alarm

    • Means of escape

    • Principles of extinguishing fires

    • Fire-fighting equipment and systems

  • Fire safety laws

  • Duties and responsibilities of employers and employees

  • Undertaking a fire safety inspection Fire safety risk assessments Contents of a fire safety briefing Roles and responsibilities of the nominated fire warden:

    • On a day-to-day basis

    • During an emergency.