Those who manage care homes must conduct fire risk evaluations and ensure their fire safety evaluations are revised regularly. Using these findings, managers must put measures in place to ensure the safety of residents, staff and visitors in the event of a fire. Part of this obligation includes the provision of fire marshal training for care homes for those who work in the care home sector.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 act governs fire safety in the workplace. Article 21 details how employers must provide employees with adequate training in fire safety. They must also appoint a fire marshal, referred to as the “responsible person”. This information must be kept on file where there are five or more employees. Officers who enforce fire safety can make a judgement on whether they are compliant with the Fire Safety Order. This is done by examining the fire safety risk assessment records.
Our fire marshal training has accreditations from both CPD and RoSPA. The training provides learners with knowledge on how prevent fire so responsible officers can make risk assessments. You will learn how to identify and reduce the risk that fire poses while still preparing for fires by having regular fire drills. The course discusses ways to plan full evacuations along with how to oversee a fire emergency.
We will examine current fire safety regulations and how the role of fire marshal fits in. The course moves on to look at safety features and way to familiarise people with these features. We also look at fire extinguishers and how to use them. This course is a comprehensive training guide to set up a fire safety strategy for your organisation. The content in the course will equip you to handle full fire emergencies.
|Chemistry of Fire||1|
|Common Causes of Fire||2|
|Basic Safety Features in Buildings||3|
|Introduction to Fire Extinguishers||4|
|What to do in Cases of Fire?||5|
|Current Fire Safety Legislation||7|
|Fire Risk Assessment||8|
|Safety Features within Buildings||10|
|Role of the Fire Marshal||11|
|Action on Fire Discovery||12|
|Fire Drills and Evacuation||13|
|Using a Fire Extinguisher||16|
Online assessment for this fire marshal training for care homes training is carried out by a series of multiple choice questions. Candidates must answer 70% of the questions correctly to pass each module. We advise you to complete each module and answer the question before moving on to the next module. This provides a better learning experience because you will need to have knowledge from earlier modules to understand some of the material in the later modules. For those who complete the course successfully, a PDF certificate of the award is sent directly to your inbox. Hard copies of the award are available on request. The course takes 220 minutes of training to complete. This is course content only and does not cover the time it takes to answer questions.