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Fire Safety - All employees

Develop fire safety knowledge in order to reduce the risk of fire, and take on the correct actions in the event of fire
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Created by Dave Armstrong
Last updated 9/2015
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Employers are legally required by Fire Safety Regulations (e.g. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 - UK) to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace. This course provides you with the knowledge and understanding required to act safely in the event of a fire in the workplace.

NB: It is the legal duty of every employee to work together to reduce the risk of fire.

The Course takes approximately 1 to 2 hours - depending on how quickly you can study and absorb the material. You can proceed as quickly or slowly as you like.

The sections are set within simple understandable headings.

The 5 Parts of the course are split into:

Part 1: Fire Science & how a fire behaves.

Part 2: Human behaviour - How people react to a fire.

Part 3: Legislation - Understanding your legal duty & responsibility.

Part 4: Risk Assessments - Whats in a Fire Risk Assessment

Part 5: Developing your Fire Plan - Managing your fire safety duty.

Assessment: Quiz

Methodology of Learning

Theoretical lessons through e-platforms: powerpoint, youtube, web references, video

This style of delivery makes the course both memorable and enjoyable for participants, ensuring long-term learning.

Voluntary Assessment:

Develop your individual risk assessment - Fire Plan

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Who is the target audience?
  • All employees
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What Will I Learn?
State current fire legislation and the legal duty of employees.
Have an appreciation of various types of human behaviour in a fire.
Identify the key elements of fire science - the Triangle of Fire.
List the key fire safety features of a building
State various causes of fire
Describe the action required in the event of a fire
List the sections within a fire risk assessment.
Describe a basic fire plan
Identify the key factors relating to a safe evacuation of a building.
Have an appreciation of emergency service responsibilities.
Have an appreciation of the legal duty to co-operate and co-ordinate with others to reduce the risk of fire.
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  • No previous knowledge is required
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 19 Lectures Collapse All 19 Lectures 01:48:18
Introduction to Fire Safety - Part 1: Fire Science & how a fire behaves.
5 Lectures 23:04

The Student will be able to:

1. Recognise how a fire grows.

2. State the three elements required to develop a fire (The Triangle of Fire).

3. Recognise how you can stop a fire happening in the first place.

Preview 02:21

Part 1: Whats starts a fire? - The Triangle of Fire.

Part 1 Consolidation Video - When a fire experiment goes wrong.

Human behaviour - Part 2: How people react to a fire.
3 Lectures 15:04

The student will be able to:

1. Identify the possible high risk people behaviours in a fire.

2. Develop good personal fire safety habits in reagrd to should a fire occur,

Part 2: How people react to a fire.

Part 2: Fire in Off License

Part 2: Human Behaviour Conclusion
Legislation - Part 3: Understanding your legal duty and responsibility.
1 Lecture 09:57

The student will be able to:

1. Name the legislation that applies to fire safety across all business.

2. Name the 'articles' within the fire safety legislation that enforces employer duties.

Part 3: Understanding your legal duty and responsibility.
Risk Assessments - Part 4: What is a Fire Risk Assessment
3 Lectures 33:07

The student will be able to:

1. List the individual elements within a fire Risk Assessment.

2. Explain how the elements of a Fire Risk Assessment relate to an employees legal duties.

Part 4: What is a Fire Risk Assessment & your Significant Findings

Part 4: Look at the Technical detail within your Fire Risk Assessment

Part 4: Completing the Risk Assessment process & training.
Developing your Fire Plan
7 Lectures 26:06

The student will be able to:

1. Design their own fire plan for their workplace

2. Respond quickly and correctly in the event of a fire (if YOU keep up to date with your personal fire plan).

Preview 01:53

Part 5: Means of Escape Route 1

Part 5: Alternative Means of Escape route

Part 5: Introduction to your fire plan

Part 5: Designing Your Fire Plan

For all employes, managers and fire safftey teams

General Fire Safety
21 questions

Closing thoughts

Well done on completing this Fire Safety Course: please download your certificate.

Your certificate of completion - Fire Safety
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About the Instructor
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Looking to help people around the world

Recently retired (fire & rescue service) - and exeprinced teacher/ tutor - Quals: BSc (Hons), PGCE, MIFireE

Freelance lecturer (since 2000) who wants to help people - turning theory in to practice in a simple and understandable way.

I can also 'come to you and accredit your courses in the workplace' - assessments aligned to your business profile - HNC, HND, NEBOSH, ISO, City & Guilds etc: Tutor and partnership with Preston College. UCLAN (foundation and degree course(s)). Fire College associate. Abu Dhabi Emergency Services tutor. Fully qualified (PGCE) course director/ tutor/ coach since 2000.

Experienced in fire & rescue operations, leadership, project management, change adovocate, training design/implementation and operational assessment (psychical and virtual). UK and abroad (Kosovo, Malaysia and UAE) since 1986.

My research passion: authority influences on risk - governance and accountability. Basically reducing risk through developing quality relationships right across an organisation /company.

I enjoy helping people and teams develop. Have experience working in many types of environment/culture(s) and across all organisational levels - in both theoretical and practical forms.

Sometimes working as a volunteer (for the right cause).

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