Management failures to provide adequate fire safety training for staff members is one of the most common reasons for a breach of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. The law makes it plain that employers must ensure employees are adequately trained and know what to do in the event of fire.
Training is required upon induction and preferably again within a month, backed up by refresher training at least once a year. This training must be delivered by a competent person, and recorded in a suitable fire safety logbook that can be produced when Fire Inspectors ask to see it. Training can be carried out in-house by a trained fire safety manager, or by a reputable third party accredited company like Right Action.
Right Action delivers fire safety training to managers and employees tailored to their individual needs. It is designed to provide the basic fire safety awareness and knowledge required to comply with the statutory provisions of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
The courses we provide can be segmented into convenient packages of one hour, and delivered to individuals or groups of up to 10 employees. To minimise disruption and control costs, we'll come to your premises for the theory-based and practical fire safety training sessions, which will be delivered by Right Action's BAFE qualified engineers.
Practical Fire Extinguisher Training Course - Hands on practical instruction and demonstrations on the types and uses of fire safety equipment. View full course details...