Benefit from a group discount by taking more than one package and combining them into a bespoke solution.
Customise the training package you would like to provide for your team. To make the decision easier, you can use your Fire Risk Assessment to determine what training you need. Get in touch for a bespoke quote, and we’ll book in your training on a day that suits you.
There are four different types of fire extinguisher: foam, water, CO2 and powder. Each have very different uses, and using the incorrect fire extinguisher can be incredibly dangerous. Learn the difference and reduce the risk of misusing a fire extinguisher.
Practice fighting a real life fire using our fire training rig and a selection of fire extinguishers
Prevention is better than cure. We review the specific risks in your work place, including high risk areas and how better housekeeping and vigilance can help stop fires from happening
Look at the different types of fire protection, systems and signage that you may encounter on site and how this assists and can be used in helping to fight fires and raise the alarm
Our comprehensive and fully compliant Fire Awareness Training courses will give you and your staff all the information needed to ensure you have an understanding of the combustion process, as well as the awareness of fuels and ignition sources, and will leave attendees knowing exactly what they need to do in the event of a fire.
This hard-hitting introduction to fire explains just how fast-moving and devastating it can be.
This covers the elements of combustion and explains the meaning of the ‘fire triangle’. Attendees will also learn the types of fuels that contribute to a fire, products of combustion and how fire spreads.
How types of fires are classified. We also cover what valuable information firefighters need to help them tackle a fire effectively on arrival at the scene.
Physical, hands-on practice is crucial. During each course, we provide an opportunity to fight a real fire using a fire training rig.
Fire Wardens/Marshals is not only a legal requirement, but it plays a crucial role in helping to evacuate colleagues and visitors from a building. This not only saves lives but also helps assist firefighters when they arrive at the scene.
This covers the types of extinguishers, how to read the labelling and select the correct extinguisher for the fire and how to tackle and extinguish it.
We can only be on site for a limited time, so we train your Fire Wardens and Fire Marshals to spot the risks as they occur. Minimising the risk of fire between your Fire Risk Assessment periods.
Review the duties of a Fire warden and look at how the actions of other people during a real fire can create significant risks and hamper a safe evacuation.