Because time is precious in business, our Fire Marshal Refresher Training SLOUGH course updates your Fire Marshals’ and Fire Wardens’ knowledge in just 2 hours.
All of your Fire Marshals and Wardens should have had introductory training. However the fire brigade also recommends that they have annual refresher training to keep their skills up to date.
This course will cover the key topics in our introductory Fire Marshal Training Course, and there will also be a short evaluation test. It doesn’t matter if we didn’t do the initial Fire Marshal training, your Fire Marshals can still attend this course.
All attendees will finish the course fully certified as Fire Marshals for another year.
Importantly, they will also have the chance to ask our expert trainers any questions they may have concerning specific fire safety measures for your business premises.
This course is especially aimed at existing Fire Marshals and Fire Wardens whose have done their introductory training but need their annual refresher.
If your Fire Marshals haven’t had initial training then please take a look at our Fire Marshal Introductory Training Course, also held in Slough.
Courses start at 9.30 am and finish by 11.30 am. Tea, coffee, and refreshments will be available for attendees.
Our Slough training venue is The Langley Pavilion Community Centre, just a short walk from Langley train station. There is parking at the venue plus lots of local parking if all of the Pavilion’s spaces are full.
Our Fire Marshal Refresher Training SLOUGH course covers:
– A reminder of key topics from our Introductory Fire Marshal course:
o Explanation of Head Fire Marshal & Fire Marshal Duties
o Fire doors, fire exits, and fire safety signs
o How to manage contractors and visitors
o How to work with the fire brigade
o What to do in case of fire
o Evacuation procedures & managing panic
o Handling paperwork
– Any updates in legislation
– Any new fire safety guidelines
– Discussion of fire safety at your specific premises
– Question and answer session
– Short evaluation test