Fire Marshal Training
Fire Marshal training is specifically designed to meet the requirements of both the 1981 Fire Services Act and Regulation 9 of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005.
Trainees cover a range of fire related topics including emergency and non-emergency activities and duties, which the fire marshal would be expected to perform.
On completion, trainees will have gained the knowledge and skills required to recognise and maintain a safe working environment.
Attendees will have to the ability to effectively manage an evacuation in the event of an emergency and to deal with an outbreak of fire in its early stages.
This course will cover the following topics.
- Mechanics of fire, smoke and dangerous gases.
- Fire extinguishers.
- First aid fire fighting.
- Incidents involving flammable liquids and gases.
- Common fire safety features.
- Means of escape.
- Duties of the fire marshal.
- Hazard spotting and elimination of bad practices.
- Methods of Evacuation.
Who is this course designed for?
Persons who have or wish to be part of a companies fire marshal team. The team should consist of members of the work force drawn from all areas of the premises ensuring no area is left unrepresented. Allowance should be made for absenteeism due to leave etc.