Current legislation, The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, applies to all workplaces regardless of the number of employees and requires employers to provide adequate training in fire awareness for all members of their staff.
Our online fire safety training course is aimed at all employees to assist them in identifying and reducing the risk that fire presents in the workplace.
The structure of this content is in the form of a matrix with the following titles. :
Module 1 - Chemistry of Fire
- The fire triangle
- Fire spread
- Dangers of smoke
Module 2 - Common causes of fire
- Electrical equipment
- Poor housekeeping
Module 3 - Safety features within buildings
- Alarm call points
- Smoke and heat detectors
- Emergency exit signs
- Emergency lighting
- Fire doors
Module 4 - Fire extinguishers
- Carbon Dioxide CO2
- Dry Powder
- Wet Chemical
Module 5 - What to do if a fire occurs
- What to do if you discover a fire
- What to do on hearing the alarm
Why Online Fire Safety Training?
- It removes the problem of taking staff away from their daily tasks
- It solves the problem of getting staff together for a fire training session
- Training can take place when it is convenient to your employee
- It reduces costs to a reasonable level
- Keeps up to date records of employees who have completed their online fire safety fire training
- Produces an instant certificate when the employee has successfully completed the online fire safety training
Online fire safety training modules offered by Grampian Fire and Safety Ltd may be finished at any time and wherever you are as long as you have internet access. This means that unlike regular course work, online fire safety training does not require you to finish the modules in a set period of time. It is recommended, however, that you finish the online course as soon as possible so you are equipped with fire safety information.
Our courses on online fire safety training aim to provide a greater awareness of the threat posed by fire to people, property, and business continuity. By combining the recognition of individual responsibilities to promptly report fire related hazards, and how to initiate the appropriate actions should this incident occur, the risks to employees and the workplace will be reduced.