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​Fire awareness training

Fire awareness training should be undertaken by everyone in your workplace, even casual and temporary staff. This training is part of every employer’s duty of care under fire safety legislation but more importantly, it could ultimately save lives.

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What happens if there is a fire?

Everyone on your premises should know the answer to that question, not just your appointed fire marshals. Vital information such as identifying common fire hazards, how to raise the alarm, how to safely evacuate – and help others to do so – should all be top of mind for everyone on site.

Our Fire Awareness Training courses are held on your own premises, enabling us to tailor the training to its specific layout, equipment and risk factors. Over approximately two hours our expert Fire & Safety training team will teach your staff how to reduce the risk of fire and what to do in the event of one occurring.

What the course covers

  • Understand potential causes and the risks of fire in the workplace
  • Learn how to identify and deal with fire hazards without putting themselves at greater risk of harm
  • Know how to recognise and also activate the fire warning systems within the workplace
  • Be familiar with escape routes and evacuation gathering points
  • Know who the nominated fire marshals are


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Contact us today to find out how we combine cutting edge technology with real time intelligence to keep you and your business safe.

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