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What is a Fire Warden Training?

Absolute Health Fire Safety provides fire warden training, also known as fire marshal training, throughout Yorkshire. We cover the entirety of Yorkshire including Wakefield, Leeds, Huddersfield, Doncaster, Sheffield, Rotherham, and further afield. Find out more about our fire warden training by calling us now at 0113 418 2911 or use our online contact form.

It is a legal requirement to have designated fire warden(s) at your business premises. And therefore, it’s a legal requirement to undertake fire warden (marshal) training to ensure that the selected wardens can assist in implementing necessary fire safety arrangements, and emergency procedures, and plan escape routes.

Our fire warden training is available for a diverse range of sectors including factories, warehouses, care homes, hospitality, schools, catering, and more. Our fire warden training is conducted in-person at a time and day that suits your schedule best!

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Fire Warden Training - Course Content

When you undertake training with Absolute Health Fire Safety, you’ll learn everything you possibly need to know about fire safety so that you can act as the responsible fire warden(s). Course content will include understanding fire safety law, fire risk assessments, evacuation routes and signs, emergency plans, and much more. Here’s a more detailed breakdown of the training:

•Introduction – We’ll start by giving your team an introduction to fire safety, the latest legislation, the importance of fire warden and the role you’ll play, and the best ways to prepare for your role.

•Understand Fire – Once you have been introduced to the training content, we’ll proceed to help you understand what’s needed to be learned about the different classes of fire, dangerous substances, hazard labeling and packaging, and safety data sheets

•Fire risk assessments – As part of your role in preventing and reducing the impact of fire in your workplace, training will also cover everything you need to know about fire risk assessments. You’ll learn all steps of a fire risk assessment from identifying potential fire hazards to reviewing and updating fire risk assessments.

•Evacuation routes – Part of your responsibility as a fire warden will be to ensure that evacuation routes and signs are crystal clear in the event of a fire. You’ll learn all about the requirements of evacuation routes, procedures, emergency lighting, and more.

•Emergency plans – The final part of the training will be focused on conducting emergency plans, procedures, and drills. By the end of the training, you’ll fully understand your duties as a fire warden (marshal) and be competent in all necessary procedures

Is Fire Warden Training A Legal Requirement?

In line with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, it is a legal requirement to have the necessary fire warden(s) on-site at your premises. And therefore, adequate fire warden training is a legal obligation that must be fulfilled by all businesses. The number of fire marshals required will vary and may depend on the size of your business, your type of workplace, business fire risks, your property’s layout, and other factors that will be carefully considered.

Fortunately, you can count on Absolute Health Fire Safety who are always keeping up-to-date with the latest fire safety legislation to ensure you are fully compliant. Upon completion of the training course, you will be accredited and certified for evidence of fire warden training.

Contact us to book your Fire Warden training today!

What Types Of Businesses Do Provide Training For?

Every type of non-domestic premises is legally-obligated to have fire warden(s). Therefore, we can provide training for all types of industries and sectors. We regularly provide training for schools, factories, warehouses, care homes, social housing, HMO’s, corporate, offices, and many more.

We predominantly provide fire marshal training throughout Yorkshire in the following areas; Wakefield, Leeds, Huddersfield, Halifax, Doncaster, Rotherham, and surrounding areas.