Fire Safety Training
Fire Warden Training and Fire Awareness Courses
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It is now a legal requirement for all staff to have attended fire safety training courses. At EFL we regularly run Fire Awareness Courses and Fire Warden Courses in which delegates receive comprehensive training on what to do in the event of a fire. We also offer bespoke fire training for businesses tailored to specific requirements. Training can either be conducted at your own premises within the Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire areas or at our Head Office in Worthing.
All delegates are invited to participate in the discharging of a variety of extinguishers under the guidance of our trainer.
Training courses we offer at your own premises:
90 Minute Fire Awareness Training Course – (Max 20 delegates)
- Raising the alarm
- Fire Prevention
- What to do when hearing a fire alarm
- Calling the emergency services
- The fire triangle
- Selection of fire extinguishers and use
- Fire extinguisher demonstration (outdoor space needed for set up)
- Each delegate will receive a certificate
3 Hour Fire Warden Course – (Max 10 delegates)
*As above, but a more intensive course detailing the full responsibilities of a Fire Warden This course is designed for appointed staff who have additional duties to uphold fire safety in the workplace. This course is to include a live fire demonstration. All attendees are awarded a certificate at the end of the training session.
Head Office Fire Warden training course
As above but held at our HQ in Worthing. The course will be run in the relaxed environment of our training room followed with a fire scenario set up within the grounds of our premises. Refreshments will be provided.
Booking a Fire Safety Training Course
- Call us on 08458739973 and speak to one of our fire safety training advisers.
- Email us at email@example.com.
- Complete the enquiry form and we will be in contact
We use the EFL Fire Warden Training course on a regular basis and have done so for many years.
The staff always enjoy attending and it is noticeable that they benefit from an overall awareness of various safety issues that they would not have considered before.
I also feel they benefit from the information and instruction with regard to the the various fire equipment itself.
Overall they come away with a good understanding of their responsibilities and how to react in an emergency situation.
Garry Joiner, Group Services Compliance Manager, Yeomans Limited