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Fire Warden Training

Andrew Graham Course instructor with decades of experience.

About this course

This training covers all aspects of being the dedicated Fire Warden within the workplace. It addresses responsibilities in both low-risk settings, such as office environments, and high-risk settings, such as construction sites. It includes fire extinguisher training and simulations conducted in a blind-folded or smoke-filled environment to ensure preparedness and effective response in fire emergencies.

Who is this course suitable for?

  • This course is suitable for anyone and can be applied to any workplace setting.

What will I learn:

  • Understand up to date legislation related to fire safety.
  • Learn how to safely find your way out of a smoked filled environment.
  • Learn how to grasp the fundamental concepts of fire, including its basic elements and how it spreads.
  • Learn about fire behaviour and understand how fires start, develop, and spread.
  • Learn about various methods used to extinguish fires, including passive and active suppression techniques.
  • Understand the different types of fire extinguishers available and their suitable applications.
  • Understand fire detection systems and suppression equipment installed in the workplace.
  • Understand the duties of a Fire Warden in the workplace.
  • Learn how to develop and implement evacuation protocols tailored to the specific needs of the workplace.

What will I leave with?

  • After successfully finishing the course, participants will receive a Coast Training certificate, which remains valid for a duration of two years. To maintain their certification, delegates are required to undergo the training again.

What to expect on the day

  • Registration and Welcome: The day typically begins with registration, where participants confirm their attendance and receive any necessary training materials or equipment.
  • Safety Briefing: A safety briefing is conducted to highlight the importance of adhering to safety protocols throughout the training session and in our centre.
  • Catering: Lunch is not provided for our 0.5 day courses.
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