This course has been approved by the Institute of Fire Engineers
(IFE) and has been designed specifically for those personnel that
have a designated fire responsibility Fire Warden/Marshall working
in industry, commerce or the public sector.
To provide participants with a greater awareness of the threat posed
by fire and the actions to be taken upon the discovery of a fire.
On completion of the training successful candidates should be
- Execute their duties as a fire warden / Marshall.
the nature of the fire and how it spreads.
- Distinguish between
different types of extinguishers and their correct applications.
small fires with confidence.
The course includes sessions on:
- Fire Safety Legislation.
- The Nature of Fire & Combustion Principles.
- Fire Procedures.
- Duties of the Fire Warden / Marshall.
- Classes of Fire & Types of Extinguishers
- The selection and use of fire extinguishers.
- Practical exercise using various extinguishers.
½ day 09:30 - 13:00 hrs
Maximum of 12
Attendees should wear suitable outdoor clothing if they are to participate
in the practical fire fighting exercise. Nylon, plastics etc are
not appropriate materials as they may result in injury if subjected
to heat extremes. Attendees who have a history of asthma should also
advise the course tutor prior to commencement.
Completion of a multiple choice assessment paper concluding the
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