A comprehensive, in-depth Fire Warden e-learning course can equip you with the knowledge needed to become a fully-trained Warden or Marshal. This programme provides everything that you need to demonstrate complete competence in this role.
Assigning Fire Warden duties to a responsible person within your company is a key component of ensuring that your workplace maintains great health and safety standards. Aside from that, it also demonstrates a clear commitment to implementing sound emergency fire procedures.
This Fire Warden training course covers your duties under the latest fire legislation, as well as looking at fire-prevention measures, the correct use of fire extinguishers, and how to organise a safe evacuation. Having delivered this programme more than 50,000 times, this is one of our most popular courses and is crucial for any workplace’s safety.
Key Features & Benefits of this Course
- This course has been approved by RoSPA
- Ensures compliance with the Fire Safety Order 2005 and the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Complete the course in as little as 80 minutes
- End of course test and printable certificate
- Free trial, online demo and bulk discounts available
Fire Warden Training Course Contents
This section of the Fire Marshal Course covers the basics including; the ways in which a fire spreads through a building, the dangers of smoke, the causes and costs of fire, how to reduce the risks of fire, understanding relevant signage and where signs should be placed for the most effective use.
2. Fire Prevention
This section of the course explains the importance of a safe working environment; it explains what a fire-risk assessment is, and what it means to the Fire Marshal. It looks at risks and the significance of planning and conducting fire evacuation drills.
3. Fire Evacuation
This section of the training programme looks at human behaviour. It takes a particular in how people react in an emergency situation. It also demonstrates how critical the role of a Fire Warden is and also the procedures that the Fire Marshal needs to follow to conduct a safe evacuation.
4. Fire First Aid
This section of the Fire Warden Course looks at and explains the different classes of fire, the different types of fire extinguisher and how to operate them – and which extinguishers to use on each class of fire.
This presenter-led section of the Fire Warden course explains the legislation in a straightforward way. It is simple to understand and concentrates on the relevant parts of the legislation.
Test & Certificate
To finish this Fire Warden Training course, you need to complete a multiple-choice, 20-question test. In addition, we will also supply questionnaires throughout the course to encourage the highest levels of user engagement. Upon successful completion, you will receive a printable certificate.
You can print this certificate from your LMS (Learning Management System) as well as access training progress and course results. The LMS also stores all your company training results, so you have a record of proof of your commitment to ongoing legal compliance.
Depending on the size and use of your premises, you must appoint one or more competent persons to carry out any of the preventive and protective measures required by The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005. A competent person is someone with adequate training, knowledge and experience to be able to implement these measures properly.
The responsible person (property owner, company director etc) must, where necessary, nominate competent persons to implement those measures and ensure that the number of such persons, their training and the equipment available to them are adequate, taking into account the size of, and the specific hazards involved in, the premises concerned...
A competent person must be appointed to carry out fire-fighting duties (where appropriate), contact the Emergency Services, and assist in evacuations. This person would typically be a Marshal or Warden. Failure to carry out these responsibilities may result in enforcement by the Enforcing Authority through the actions of an Inspector. Conviction for failing to comply may lead to a penalty consisting of a fine or up to two years’ imprisonment.