Fire Training

Fire Training

Section 18 (2) of the Fire Services Act, 1981 states:- "It shall be the duty of every person having control over premises to take all reasonable measures to guard against the outbreak of fire on such premises, and to ensure as far reasonably practicable the safety of persons on the premises in the event of an outbreak of fire".

Management Duties

The responsibilities of management in relation to fire safety. The role of the appointed responsible person in charge of fire safety provisions. 

Staff Training

All staff should receive training in fire prevention, emergency procedures, evacuation and fire extinguisher usage including hose reels. 

Fire & Evacuation Drills

Regular fire and evacuation drills for management and staff which simulate emergency procedures should be planned and organised to the required standards. 

Record Keeping

The role of the responsible person for the implementation and overseeing of the fire safety programme should keep a Fire Safety Register to record all fire safety matters.

Our Commitment 

The competent person. Our staff have a background in fire and have the necessary qualifications to teach fire training. All our training meets the Fire Services act 1981, Code of Practice for the Management of Fire Safety in Places of Assembly, I.S 291 2015, I.S EN 14 339-200, I.S EN 671-1 Standards. 

Your Commitment 

The responsible person. The person having control over fire safety provisions in your place of work shall be responsible for ensuring that training is carried out to the above Standards. 


E.R Training
12 Cluain An Oir
Co Cork
Office: 0214770405
Mobile: 0877455999


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