Fire Marshal Training

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A Fire Marshal needs to be able to keep calm and act effectively in an emergency in order to save lives and reduce the risk and damage to property.

Course Aims

To equip a candidate with an understanding of their role in reporting/reducing fire risks; how to identify common workplace fire hazards; the skills and confidence to carry out the correct procedures when a fire arises. Take part in a hands-on practical exercise using a variety of fire extinguishers safely.

Course Contents

  • Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Fire Risk Assessment
  • The Importance of Fire Safety
  • Understanding the Fire Marshal’s role
  • Basic Fire Prevention
  • Fire Hazard Identification and Reporting(Utilising actual photographs & videos of events or your own premises)
  • Building fire protection
  • Evacuation procedures – Your Action Plan & taking initial control in an emergency situation
  • The Basic Chemistry of Combustion – “the Fire Safety Triangle”
  • Understanding Fire Extinguishers and which type is used in which circumstances

Practical Session – use of at least 2 different types of fire extinguishers and a fire blanket.

Our next course is Wednesday 12th December 2014 9.30am - 12.30pm

Only £50.00 + VAT per person. Call 01455 203600 and speak to Karen or Mandy to book your place.


Face Fit Testing

Qualitative Face Fit Testing of Disposable Masks and Half Masks

Browns Health and Safety can carry out Qualitative Face Fit Testing to meet the requirements of the HSE OC 282/28 Document
Qualitative testing of the Respiratory Protective Equipment using a Qualitative test kit on each individual – each individual will be awarded a Fit test record for the mask type using in the test (subject to a successful testing and a positive test result).

Contact the training department on 01455 203600