Fire Safety Training
Understanding responsibilities, raising awareness and adopting the correct behaviours and procedures.
If you are an employer, building owner or you simply occupy a building you must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and keep it up to date. In line with current legislation, your duties include:
- Assess - Undertake a fire safety risk assessment of your premises.
- Identify - Identifying the fire safety measures necessary as a result of the fire safety risk assessment outcome.
- Implement - Carry out the appropriate fire safety measures using risk reduction principles.
- Maintain - Put in place fire safety arrangements for the ongoing control and review of the fire safety measures.
- Comply - Ensure you comply with any specific requirements of the fire safety regulations.
- Record - Any information recorded should be available for inspection by the enforcing authority.
Most fires are preventable but you could be fined or go to prison if you don’t follow fire safety regulations. Local fire and rescue authorities inspect premises and can issue fire safety notices telling you about changes you need to make. It's therefore key that that you ensure you understand your responsibilities and implement the appropriate measures.
Whether your looking to simply raise staff awareness, educate teachers and staff who work in a school environment or train as a fire marshall/warden with OFQUAL accreditation, Save Lives at Work have a wide range of courses available.
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