Management of Fire safety and risk assessment training
What is management of fire safety and risk assessment training?
Siren Training offer a complete fire awareness training programme to train staff in basic fire safety. We only use London Firefighters with first-hand experience of fighting fires. Our fire awareness training team have years of professional experience working within the UK Fire Services. Our aim is to increase your understanding of Fire awareness training and ensure that your company doesn’t get into trouble with the law or even worse, get injured.
Fire awareness training is based on government guidance, British Standards and Fire Service best practice. We will adapt your in house Fire awareness training to the environment you work in.
We can help responsible persons fulfil many of their statutory duties under the Fire Safety Order 2005. We provide fire awareness training services in London and across the UK.
Fire Risk Assessment
£495.00 per group
(Up to 12 people)
Fire Risk Assessment – LEVEL 2 AWARD IN FIRE SAFETY (QCF) (6 hours)
The Level 2 Award in Fire Safety / Fire Risk Assessment is our most comprehensive Fire Safety course. It is aimed at employers, managers, supervisors and Fire Marshalls. The people at your workplace that are responsible for safety matters, fire risk assessments, fire drills, equipment and ultimately the safety of your staff. As well as covering the topics included on the Fire Marshall course, this qualification also includes:
· Understanding the principles of fire safety management at work
· Simple fire safety inspections
· Fire Risk Assessments
· Understanding fire safety law The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRO)
As the Fire Risk Assessment – LEVEL 2 AWARD IN FIRE SAFETY course is a Level 2 qualification there is also a written assessment at the end of the day.
The Siren Training Team are happy to visit you at your premise and offer you and your staff professional advice and guidance on all fire safety matters. We can also advise on how many Fire Marshall’s’ your premises needs to provide adequate cover.