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Fire Safety. Fire Marshal

Fire Safety & Fire Marshal Training

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect in October 2006 and replaced over 70 pieces of fire safety law. The Order has made fire safety training a legal requirement for staff members.

Fire safety in the workplace is of paramount importance as the onset of an emergency situation such as a fire can cause all manner of confusion and panic, so it is vital that employers and employees understand how to react.

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Spectrum Training Fire Safety courses give candidates a practical understanding of Fire Awareness, enabling them to identify and use fire extinguishers and put fire prevention procedures into place.  Many businesses will need Fire Marshals as part of their operations, we deliver the Fire Marshall course to enable them to perform their role effectively, and for the business to meet it’s obligation in respect of Fire Safety Order

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Our Trainers. We only provide skilled trainers, not just knowledgeable in Fire Safety, they have themselves received accredited training, but also in how to deliver the course correctly,  Our trainers have achieved an Award in Education & Teaching, ensuring that your  staff get the right training, from the right person, at the right price. Guaranteed !

We can arrange training at your place of work, we can arrange training at one of our training centers, we can also provide training online, so your staff can undertake the training either at work or at home if they access to a computer. Prices are tailored to your requirements so please give us a call on 01452 452 or 01179 82585 for a no obligation quotation or click on the button below to contact us

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Some Useful Links for Information on Fire Safety
Fire Safety in The Workplace
Fire safety law and guidance documents for business
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005