Sherwood Knowledge deliver high quality, low cost Fire Marshal Training to your site nationwide. Tell us where and when you’d like Fire Marshal Training and how many delegates you have, and we will email you a no-obligation quotation straight away.
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Length of course: 1/2 day
Length of certificate: 1 year
Fire Marshal training is in line with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and should be taken by anyone who may be required to undertake responsibility as a Fire Warden or Marshal.
You should take the Fire Awareness training course before doing the Fire Marshal Training. To do the Fire Marshal and Fire Awareness training together, please see our Fire Safety Level 2 training course.
Training should be taken by anyone who may be required to undertake responsibility as a Fire Warden or Marshal.
We use an audio and visual presentation and training can count towards your CPD. You will be issued with a course certificate after the successful completion of your training.
Delegates attending this course should be 18+ years and be physically and mentally fit to withstand the rigours of training. The content of this course includes awareness of periodic examinations of equipment.
To help prevent accidental fires or explosions, you first need to identify:
Once you have identified the risks, you should consider what measures are needed to reduce or remove the risk of people being harmed. This will include measures to prevent these incidents happening in the first place, as well as precautions that will protect people from harm if there is a fire or explosion.
You also need to consider the presence of dangerous substances that can result in fires or explosions as part of your fire safety risk assessment. This is required under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (in England and Wales) and under Part 3 of the Fire (Scotland) Act.
The Fire and Rescue Authorities deal with general fire safety matters in workplaces apart from on construction sites including shipbuilding where these are dealt with by HSE or its agents. Enforcement responsibility for fire safety where dangerous substances are kept and used generally lies with HSE (or local authorities if they inspect the premises).
We only select trainers that have experience in the course subject that they are teaching.
Our training meets all the necessary HSE recommendations where required.
We’re proud of the number of repeat clients we have, and we will work hard to form a great relationship with you too.
Sherwood knowledge is an established training provider delivering on-site and online training courses.
Our nationwide delivery ranges from individuals to corporate entities and we are skilled at delivering to your exact requirements.
Our on-site training is delivered 7 days a week and our online e-courses can be taken using your smartphone, laptop, or pc.
Whilst our popular topics include health and safety, social care and business development, the course list we offer is extensive and growing against our tailored approach to your requirements. Therefore, please ask and we will work with you to deliver your requirements.
Our e-courses are interactive with three attempts at passing.
You can take the first module for free to make sure it is right for you.
Our on-site trainers encourage questions and feedback and will not just read from the slides or rush you through it.
All our health and safety training is HSE compliant and our e-courses approved by other bodies such as CPD, RoSPA, ILM and IATP.
So, whether you need training for your business or you are just wanting to progress yourself personally, our free, no-obligation quotations for on-site training and free first module trials on our e-courses are waiting for you.
Peter Cassettari – Managing Director
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