Course Fee: £60
Description of the Course
The Fire Marshal course provides an all-round knowledge of the activities to be performed in the event of a fire. It covers the role of a designated Fire Marshal or a Fire Warden who is trained to have practical hands-on experience of tackling a controlled fire with a fire extinguisher. This course provides delegates with a clear understanding of the responsibilities of a fire marshal or those designated to oversee fire safety. It will also be helpful in learning about the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly. This course aims to understand the chemistry of an accidental fire, ways to tackle a fire, duties and responsibilities of a fire marshal, common causes of fire and actions to be taken in case of a fire.
- Determine Common Causes of fire
- Fire Safety Legislation
- Practical Exercises
- Role of fire extinguishers and how to use them
- Fire drills and steps on how to evacuate
- Understanding how to prevent fire
- Directions to give civilians and measures to be taken in case the general public or children are involved.
Assessment and Certification
There will be a Multiple-Choice Questions to test if the candidate understands the primary responsibilities of being a Fire Marshal along with an ongoing trainer assessment who will monitor each candidate on sight to determine his capabilities as a prospective Fire Warden. On completion of the course, the candidate will be awarded a certificate which will be valid for three years.