Our fire marshal training course will give you the skills you‘ll need to become a fire marshal, which entails a comprehensive, specialised fire marshal training course. We have exceptional first aid and fire safety knowledge and experience – our crew are professional at what they do, and they teach fun, life-saving techniques to people from all walks of life.
We are committed to providing you with the highest quality fire marshal training available. Our courses provide comprehensive instruction that will prepare you to become a successful fire marshal in your organisation.
If you are looking to become a fire marshal, our courses provide a comprehensive overview of the essential topics and hands–on practice to ensure you are prepared to be successful. Our courses cover everything you need to know about how to become a good fire marshal, from fire safety laws and fire risk assessment to fire safety plan development and evacuation procedures. Additionally, our courses offer hands–on practice with fire marshal drills and inspections to give you the confidence to succeed.
After successful completion of the program, you will receive certification as a professional fire marshal.
We look forward to having you join us and developing the skills you need to keep your workplace safe from fire. Thank you for your interest in our fire marshal training.
WHAT IS A FIRE MARSHAL?
A Fire Marshal is a professional fire safety expert who works with businesses, organizations, and public agencies to reduce the risk of fire–related incidents and ensure the safety of everyone in a building or structure. Fire Marshals are responsible for the enforcement of fire safety regulations, the development and implementation of fire prevention and protection plans, and the investigation of fire incidents. Find out what makes a good fire marshal.
Through a fire risk assessment, they inspect public and commercial buildings regularly to ensure that fire safety requirements are met; conduct fire drills; investigate fire incidents; provide technical assistance in the design, installation, and testing of fire safety equipment; and provide educational and public awareness programs on fire safety and related topics.
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BENEFITS OF OUR FIRE MARSHAL TRAINING COURSE
We understand that it can be confusing when learning the answers to fire marshal training questions. That’s why our online training course provides detailed explanations and step-by-step instructions for each of the fire marshal training questions. This way, you can understand the answers and be confident in your knowledge of fire safety.
By completing fire marshal traning online, you will save time and money but not sitting in traffic to attend the course at an inconvenient location. An online fire marshal training course means you can complete the course in your own time. You will not have to complete it in one sitting, as the course is flexible to suit your time and lifestyle
DUTIES OF A FIRE MARSHAL
The fire marshal’s primary responsibility is to prevent fires in the workplace. They should lead their co-workers to safety and ensure that the evacuation plan is implemented and the buildings are evacuated calmly, quickly, and efficiently. Our fire marshal training course will give you with the knowledge and skills to perform daily duties at the same time as always being aware of what to do in an emergency. Some of the duties you will learn include:
Duties in the Event of a Fire
HOW MANY FIRE MARSHALS DO I NEED?
A fire risk assessment will need to be carried out by a specialist to determine the correct number of fire marshals needed. The risk assessment report will provide details on what fire risks the building has and how to solve them. The report will also include how many fire marshalls are needed to handle the risk. The number of fire marshals necessary per location is determined by a variety of factors, including:
HOW OFTEN DO YOU NEED FIRE MARSHAL TRAINING?
Fire marshal training is mandatory in the United Kingdom for all workplaces and organisations, regardless of size. Every employee must be trained in fire safety, and this includes those with the responsibility of being fire marshals. Training should be done at least once a year and must be refreshed if significant changes to the premises, staff or procedures occur. Fire drills should also be conducted regularly to ensure staff are aware of fire safety and evacuation procedures.
OUR FIRE MARSHAL TRAINING COURSE
Our Fire Marshal training course is a half-day proactive course that provides all-around knowledge of what to do in the case of fire and covers the roles of a Fire Marshal. The course provides a clear understanding of the duties and responsibilities of a fire marshal. It includes practical hands-on experience in tackling and controlling fire using fire extinguishers.
Anyone who will be working as a fire warden or fire marshal within their company will benefit from our comprehensive Fire Marshal Training course. This fire marshal training course may be completed by anybody at any level, and no prior experience is necessary. This includes (but not limited to) administrators, teachers, managers, security, supervisors and wardens.
For new Fire Marshals, an initial training course of at least six hours is required to provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills to accurately evaluate fire safety risks and provide preventative measures. The course will cover relevant fire safety guidelines, legislation, fire risk assessment and safety regulations, as well as teach Fire Marshals how to undertake a fire risk assessment and plan an evacuation procedure. In addition, the training course will provide essential fire safety tips for fire marshals to ensure the safety of the public.
In addition to the initial six-hour training course, Fire Marshals should attend annual refresher courses to ensure that their knowledge remains up-to-date with current fire safety regulations. This will also help maintain an overall awareness of fire safety within the workplace. To ensure the safety of all personnel, employers must keep up with the latest fire safety legislation and provide adequate fire safety training to their employees.
FIRE MARSHAL TRAINING COURSE CONTENT
WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
The online Zoom was excellent. Easy to understand.
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The training was quick and easy – perfect for an online refresher. – My Fire client
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FIRE MARSHAL TRAINING COURSE REKAP FAQ
The purpose of a Fire Marshal Training Course is to provide safety management personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to reduce the risk of fires in their workplace and to develop effective emergency plans in the event of a fire.
Fire Marshals, Fire Wardens, Health and Safety Personnel, and Line Managers should attend a Fire Marshal Training Course.
Topics typically covered in a Fire Marshal Training Course include fire safety legislation, fire prevention and protection, fire safety risk assessment, fire safety inspections and drills, understanding fire behaviour, and fire evacuation procedures.
The duration of the Fire Marshal Training Course will vary depending on the type of course and the provider. However, most courses last between one and two days.
Yes, in the UK, a Fire Marshal Training Course must include an assessment with a pass mark of at least 80%.
After completing a Fire Marshal Training Course, you may wish to consider taking other safety courses such as an Evac Chair Training Course, Health and Safety Awareness Course, Fire Safety Risk Assessor Course or Working at Heights Course.
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