Fire Safety Training

Fire Safety Training

Code of Practice for the Management of Fire Safety in Places of Assembly, Section 3 Staff Training - All staff (including temporary and part-time staff) should receive training and/or instruction in Fire Safety Training

Fire Extinguisher Training

The responsibilities of management in relation to fire safety should ensure all staff have sufficient knowledge in the selection and usage of portable fire extinguishers

Evacuation Procedures

All staff should be familiar with company fire safety procedures. These fire safety procedures should be practiced by staff through fire drills

Manual handling Course
Fire Prevention

Staff should receive sufficient education in fire prevention. Through proper training staff can help prevent the outbreak of fires in the work place

Fire Register

Staff should report all fire safety concerns to the fire safety manager for the fire register. Staff should be familiar with the role of the fire register

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. 

ADDRESS

E.R Training
12 Cluain An Oir
Belgooly
Co Cork
Office: 0214770405
Mobile: 0879676700
Website: http://ertraining.ie
Email: info@ertraining.ie

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