Snowdonia Fire Protection Ltd has engineers qualified to deliver certificated fire training to staff, including fire awareness, use of fire fighting appliances and specialist fire warden training.
Training can be undertaken with groups of up to 15 people at customers' own premises, and on successful completion of training, staff receive individual certificates valid for a year.
The Fire Awareness course is specifically designed for staff in the majority of workplaces e.g. offices, shops, hotels, garages, and manufacturing industries and can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of individual clients.
The format of the course will consist of a general discussion and a DVD presentation providing up-to-date information on all fire safety matters relevant to the type of workplace involved.
The Fire Fighting Equipment session will be conducted inside using a DVD presentation. The practical session will take place outside. The course complies with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1992. A short written test confirms the attendees understanding after completion of the course.
Ensure your key staff has the necessary understanding of fire and fire procedures, their responsibilities to ensure your business complies with appropriate legislation and guidelines.
We specialise in helping businesses in all sectors meet their fire safety obligations in line with the requirements of all appropriate legislation and guidelines.
Our trainers are fully qualified and hold current certification in the fields in which they work. We monitor current and forthcoming legislation that could affect your obligations as an employer, and our Fire Warden Training will ensure appointed fire wardens or marshals understand their roles and responsibilities in assisting your organisation with its legal obligations.
The training meets the minimum requirements under the Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005 which came into force in October 2006. All businesses should have designated staff trained as Fire Wardens or Marshals who assist the responsible person in providing fire safety assistance in the event of an emergency.
The training covers: