Fire Extinguisher training helps your employees to both understand the differences between the various fire extinguishers, and effectively choose which to use in each fire situation. Delegates will learn about the different types of fire, the way in which it spreads and the best way to tackle it. All delegates will also receive practical training on the correct use of a fire extinguisher in a real-life simulation.
Our Fire Extinguisher course will help your business to:
On completion of this course, you’ll be able to:
Confidence in own responsibilities
Understand how fire spread
Identify different fire types
Select the correct extinguisher
Utilise an extinguisher confidently
Know when to use an extinguisher
The fire extinguisher servicing and maintenance training course lasts approximately 90 minutes and is delivered at your own premises.
The course will be led by an experienced former senior fire officer. The course is delivered to encourage delegate participation and engagement, ensuring maximum learning and attention.
The presentation is usually delivered via PowerPoint, supported by video input and includes practical training on the use of fire extinguishers. Whilst some course slides may be available following the training, delegates will be required to take their own notes as necessary.
On completion of the course, delegates will be asked to complete a course feedback form. This provides us with much valued thoughts on the course which enables us to continue delivering training courses of the highest quality.
Maximum number of students per training course – 20 persons.
Speak to the team to learn more about the course and book your place.
We have two guides available completely free of charge to help ensure your business is fire safe.
Will answer all your questions on the process of installing a fire alarm system, guiding you down the right path to protecting your business and employees, and complying with fire safety legislation.
This guide will establish exactly what your responsibilities are to ensure you’re kept on the right side of the law, and that your business and your employees are kept as safe as possible from the threat of fire.Download
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