Fire Warden and Fire Safety Awareness - Digital LearningDownload as PDF
Fire Warden and Fire Safety Awareness - Digital Learning
LO1: Summarise the relevant legislation and requirements associated with the Fire Warden role
LO2: Describe the key responsibilities of the Fire Warden role
LO3: Explain the purpose and structure of a Fire Risk Assessment
LO4: Summarise the core proactive duties associated with the Fire Warden role
LO5: Explain the Fire Wardens role and duties upon discovery of a fire
LO6: Describe the Fire Wardens responsibilities regarding emergency evacuation procedures
LO7: Describe the Fire Wardens role in liaising effectively with the emergency services
LO8: Identify relevant legislative requirements for fire safety in the workplace
LO9: Explain how the Fire Tetrahedron works
LO10: Explain the contributing factors of fire spread and intensity
LO11: Identify the various types of fire gases
LO12: Recognise relevant fire signage used in the workplace
LO13: Identify potential fire hazards within the workplace
LO14: Explain good practice for workplace fire prevention
LO15: Describe the actions you should take in an emergency
LO16: Identify the various classes of fire and associated means of suppression
LO17: Explain how to safely use different extinguisher types
Oil & Gas Industry (Onshore & Offshore)
No prerequisites are required to sit this course.
The assessment is taken during the course and is within the expected duration.
This course has been designed to provide staff at all levels of the organisation with a solid understanding of fire safety in the workplace, from both employer and employee perspectives.
You will learn about the specific role, responsibilities, and duties of the Fire Warden. Following this, you will your build knowledge and understanding on the theory of fire, how it starts, and how it can spread in different situations. You will also gain valuable practical guidance on fire prevention, workplace firefighting equipment, and the correct procedures to follow in an emergency situation.