During these challenging times, we can offer flexible approaches to your training needs: with remote delivery via Microsoft Teams or Zoom or in-person, socially-distanced options at our Daresbury offices.  Please call 01925 649 818 to discuss your requirements further.

FPA – Fire Safety Awareness (2 hours)

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 has made fire safety training a legal requirement for all staff members.  This course follows the Fire Protection Association (the UK’s national fire safety organisation) syllabus, providing delegates with an understanding of:

  • The common causes of fire and relevant statistics
  • How fire starts and spreads
  • Current UK legislation and what that means for fire safety in premises
  • Spotting hazards and protecting against fire
  • How to select and use a fire extinguisher
  • What to do in the event of a fire


FPA – Role of the Fire Warden (4 hours)

This course is designed for persons who have a responsibility for, or are involved in, the evacuation of people from their buildings.  It outlines the responsibilities of a fire warden / marshal and provides guidance on how to perform their duties.  The course follows the Fire Protection Association (the UK’s national fire safety organisation) syllabus, covering:

  • The main requirements of current fire safety legislation
  • The role and responsibilities of fire wardens
  • General hazard spotting
  • Action in the event of fire
  • Typical evacuation procedures
  • Types of extinguisher and their safe application and use
  • Fire science basics and fire protection measures


Practical Fire Extinguisher/Fire Blanket (1 hour)

(Outdoor delivery at client premises)

Our fire safety training has been developed by a professionally qualified Fire Officer with a wealth of firefighting and fire safety experience.  This practical session is aimed at any person who may be required to, or have the opportunity to, use a fire extinguisher or a fire blanket.  It is conducted outdoors (an area the size of 2 parking spaces is required).  Delegates will have the opportunity to have a hands on go at putting a fire out during the demonstration.

Best practice guidance is followed on training methods and materials in order to ensure learning benefit whilst minimising damage to the environment.