Fire Training

CLK Fire and Safety Compliance offers a variety of Fire Safety Training Courses to meet all your training needs. Fire Warden/Marshall Training, Fire Awareness Training, or Fire Extinguisher Training.

Fire Extinguisher Training £250 + VAT

This Course aims to give all Staff the Confidence to Operate Safely, all Fire Extinguishers that are found within the Workplace. Course content as follows:   Types of Fire. Causes of Fire. Fire Extinguishers. Extinguishing Fires. Practical Demonstration, allowing...

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Fire Awareness/Safety Training £250 + VAT

Fire Awareness/Safety Training is aimed at all Staff. It is a Legal Requirement that all Staff receives Training on Induction and at Regular Intervals thereafter. It will allow your Staff to gain an appreciation of the dangers of Fire and teach them what they can do...

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Fire Warden/Marshall Training £350 + VAT

Required for those employees within the Workplace, who have a key role to play within the management of Fire Safety in the Workplace. All Courses will be tailored to your individual requirements and will include the following:     The Legal Requirement. The...

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Fire safety Laws, are you compliant?

 

CLK Fire and Safety Compliance LTD have highly trained and experienced staff capable of providing you with a professional yet friendly approach to all your Fire Safety requirements. We aim to help you to ensure the Safety of your staff by providing you with enjoyable and informative Fire Safety Training and additionally we can advise and carry out your Fire Risk Assessment in line with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

 

Do you comply?

 

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO 2005)
As part of the Government’s commitment to reduce death, injury and damage caused by fire, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister reviewed current fire safety law; and made several changes through the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO). The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 was approved by Parliament on 7 June 2005. The consultation paper on which the Order is based can be found below.

 

What does this mean for me?

 

The main effect of the changes was a move towards greater emphasis on fire prevention in all non-domestic premises, including the voluntary sector and self-employed people with premises separate from their homes. Fire certificates were abolished and ceased to have legal status.

The Fire Safety Order applys in England and Wales. (Northern Ireland and Scotland will have their own laws.) It covers ‘general fire precautions’ and other fire safety duties which are needed to protect ‘relevant persons’ in case of fire in and around most ‘premises’. The Order requires fire precautions to be put in place “where necessary” and to the extent that it is reasonable and practicable in the circumstances of the case.
Responsibility for complying with the Fire Safety Order will rest with the ‘responsible person’. In a workplace, this is the employer and any other person who may have control of any part of the premises, eg the occupier or owner. In all other premises the person or people in control of the premises will be responsible. If there is more than one responsible person in any type of premises, all must take all reasonable steps to work with each other.

If you are the responsible person you must carry out a fire risk assessment which must focus on the safety in case of fire of all ‘relevant persons’. It should pay particular attention to those at special risk, such as the disabled and those with special needs, and must include consideration of any dangerous substance likely to be on the premises. Your fire risk assessment will help you identify risks that can be removed or reduced and to decide the nature and extent of the general fire precautions you need to take to protect people against the fire risks that remain.

If you employ five or more people you must record the significant findings of the assessment.

Contact us for help and advice on how this affects you.

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