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Fire Marshall (Fire Marshal, Fire Warden)-online-RoSPA & CPD approved

Take at your own pace. Approx 4 hrs to certify - Online E-learning

Edify Consultancy Ltd


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£15 inc VAT (was £42)
Offer ends 31 December 2019
Study method
Online, self-paced
5 CPD points / hours
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Course: Fire marshals (sometimes known as fire wardens) are civilians trained to assist in emergency fire evacuation procedures at businesses and other organizations. It is a legal obligation that workplaces must have a sufficient number of fire marshals to deal with fire emergencies.This course provides extensive knowledge of fire prevention, evacuation protocol and using fire extinguishers.

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Course: Chemistry of Fire, Common Causes of Fire, Basic Safety Features in Buildings, Introduction to Fire Extinguishers, What to do in Cases of Fire? Fire Statistics, Current Fire Safety Legislation, Fire Risk Assessment, Preventative Measures, Safety Features within Buildings, Role of the Fire Marshal, Action on Fire Discovery, Fire Drills and Evacuation, Fire Extinguishers, Pre-Engagement Action, Using a Fire Extinguisher.


Recommended System Requirements:

Operating System: Windows 7+ or Mac OSX (10.8+)

Browser: A modern and up to date web browser,

Video: Up to date video drivers,

Memory: 1Gb+ RAM, Additional Software: Flash Player 10+ Download Speed: Broadband (3Mb+)

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Tony asked:

On completion of the course is a certificare awarded? If so when and how? Is there any additional cost?


Hello Tony Upon completing the course you can immediately download the RoSPA & CPD approved certificate. No additional cost at all one you pay the initial fee as advertised. Kind regards Edify

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