Level 2 Award for Fire Warden/Fire Marshals

This level 2 qualification is aimed at anyone requiring a Fire Warden or a Fire Marshal in the workplace. The qualification covers the latest fire safety regulations and the roles and duties of employees and their responsibilities on Fire Safety. 

The qualification is designed to meet and comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. It covers how fires are started, methods of controlling fire spread, evacuating the building, fire briefings and risk assessing.

BRONZE STANDARD

BRONZE STANDARD

BRONZE STANDARD

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  Our package that gives you efficient training with a basic certification

Each student will receive:

- Certificate 

- PDF Booklet Via email relating to the course

SILVER STANDARD

BRONZE STANDARD

BRONZE STANDARD

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  Our mid range package and most popular offers our training courses with additional post-training benefits

Each student will receive:

- Certificate 

- Printed Colour Booklet relating to the course

- Online access to a student portal with weekly email updates

- CPD certified points




GOLD STANDARD

BRONZE STANDARD

GOLD STANDARD

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  Our premium package and the choice if you require regulated qualifications

Each student will receive:

- Ofqual Regulated certificate

- Printed Colour Booklet relating to the course

- Online access to a student portal with weekly email updates

- CPD certified points

Course Curriculum

Learning outcomes:


  • Explain how fires are caused in the workplace
  • Describe the components of the fire triangle
  • Identify the hazards during or after a fire, including the products of combustion
  • Describe the characteristics of fire and smoke spread
  • State the different methods used to identify and control fire hazards
  • Define the term 'means of escape' in relation to fire hazards
  • Outline typical components for means of escape from fire hazards
  • Describe methods of fire detection and raising the alarm
  • Describe the principle of how fires are extinguished
  • Describe how portable fire-fighting equipment should be used safely
  • Identify common fixed fire-fighting systems and where they might be used
  • Outline the duties of employers and employees with respect to fire safety in the workplace
  • Outline how to undertake a simple fire safety inspection in the workplace
  • Describe the stages involved in a fire risk assessment
  • State the role and function of fire wardens in their workplace: on a day-to-day basis, during an emergency and if they are not in their designated areas of responsibility when the alarm is raised
  • Outline the content of a fire safety briefing

Learning Outcomes:


1      Understand the hazards and risks associated with fire in the workplace


1.1   Explain how fires are caused in the workplace 

1.2   Describe the components of the fire triangle. 

1.3   Identify the hazards during or after a fire, including the products of combustion. 

1.4   Describe the characteristics of fire and smoke spread.

 

2      Understand how fire risk is controlled in the workplace


2.1   State the different methods used to identify and control fire hazards. 

2.2   Define the term ‘means of escape’ in relation to fire hazards. 

2.3   Outline typical components for means of escape from fire hazards. 

2.4   Describe methods of fire detection and raising the alarm. 

2.5   Describe the principle of how fires are extinguished. 

2.6   Describe how portable fire-fighting equipment should be used safely. 

2.7   Identify common fixed fire-fighting systems and where they might be used. 


3      Understand the principles and practice of fire safety management at work


3.1   Outline the duties of employers and employees with respect to fire safety in the workplace. 3.2   Outline how to undertake a simple fire safety inspection in the workplace. 

3.3   Describe the stages involved in a fire risk assessment. 


4      Understand the role of the nominated fire warden


4.1   State the role and function of fire wardens in their workplace: On a day-to-day basis During an emergency If they are not in their designated areas of responsibility when the alarm is raised. 4.2   Outline the content of a fire safety briefing.