Fire Safety Course Overview
This Fire Safety online training for employees includes a Fire Risk assessment template for both offices and industrial premises.
Fire safety training will help you fulfil your fire risk assessment strategy. Unlike other fire safety courses, this includes a free fire risk assessment template for offices and industrial premises!
Everyone in the organisation needs to know what to do if they see a fire, or if they need to evacuate the building in response to a fire alarm. This highly interactive fire safety course starts with the fire triangle and moves through the hazards of fire, how to prevent it, what to do when you hear a fire alarm, and what to do if you’re first on the scene.
The FREE eBook includes a fire risk assessment template allowing delegates to assess the fire risks in their environment and to make a note of the evacuation procedures and fire exits. Fast-paced, highly interactive and engaging, this fire safety training course alerts learners to fire hazards and prevention, evacuation signs and procedures, what to do when a fire alarm sounds and how to react when first on the scene of a fire.
Forming part of our range of Health and Safety courses, this short course is full of practical safety tips that are useful at home as well as work. Delegates are introduced to the injuries fires can cause, the safety measures you need to follow to identify risk and avoid accidents alongside personal and organisational responsibilities for fire safety.
This eLearning only provides awareness education. Face to face training would be needed in addition in order to complete the all round skills and knowledge to be able to carry this forward practically in your organisation.
Fire Safety eLearning Outcomes
- Describe their responsibilities for fire safety
- Identify typical fire hazards and know how to prevent or minimise the risks of fire
- Recognise fire signs accurately
- Locate their local fire exits and assembly points and follow evacuation procedures
- List the types of fire extinguisher, what fires they are best for and when they mustn’t be used
- Respond appropriately if they discover a fire
- Identify people who may need help to evacuate in event of a fire