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Any training provided to your staff should take account of the findings of your fire
risk assessment, explain your emergency procedures, be easily understood by all
those attending and cover the following areas:-
what to do on discovering a fire;
how to raise the alarm and what happens then;
what to do on hearing the alarm;
the procedures for alerting members of the public and visitors including, where appropriate,
directing them to exits;
the arrangements for calling the Fire & Rescue Service;
the evacuation procedures for everyone (including the public and contractors) in
your premises to reach an assembly point at a place of total safety;
the location and when appropriate, the use of fire fighting equipment;
the location of escape routes, especially those not in regular use;
how to open all emergency exit doors;
the importance of keeping fire doors closed to prevent the spread of fire, heat and
where appropriate, how to stop machines and processes and isolate power supplies
in the event of a fire;
the reason for not using lifts (except those specifically installed or nominated,
following a suitable fire risk assessment);
the safe use of and risks from storing or working with highly flammable and explosive
the importance of general fire safety, which includes good housekeeping.
Any member of staff who has particular responsibilities with respect to fire safety
(this could be your Fire Warden/Marshal) should receive specific training relevant
to their duties.
Not only is fire safety training required by The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety)
Order 2005 it also makes good business sense.
Fire Safety Training should form part of every organisations procedures.
It should be continuous to ensure all staff know the relevant information for their
After your Fire Risk Assessment and when your Fire Action Plan has been drawn up,
staff should be trained.
“not only is fire safety training required by The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety)
Order 2005 it also makes good business sense”
How we can help CWE, can arrange and carry out all your Fire Safety Training requirements. Different premises and occupants require differing levels and content of training. We evaluate your requirements and implement a training program to suit your requirements.
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