Fire Warden Training

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who has been asked to be a Fire Warden at work or for those with an interest in fire evacuation procedures


By the end of the course delegates Will:

  • Be aware of key fire safety duties under the law
  • Be able to recognise habitual human behaviour in a fire situation
  • Know the typical role of a fire warden in relation to workplace fire safety
  • Be able to state the basic principles of risk assessment 
  • Be aware of how to prevent fire or limit its impact
  • Be able to state the common modes of building evacuation
  • Recognise the need for fire drills and pre-planning for fire
  • Recognise active and passive fire safety features and facilities
  • Be able to identify and use a range of portable fire extinguishers

Course Content

  • Review of modern fire safety law
  • Human behaviour in a fire situation
  • The role of the fire warden
  • Basic principles of risk assesment
  • Routine fire prevention measures
  • Modes of evacuation
  • Fire drills and pre-planning
  • Fire safety features and facilities
  • Fire-fighting equipment

Training Methods

A high proportion of discussion and simulated assessments supplemented with video and classroom based tutorials and progress tests. Please note participants will be assessed by way of practical tests and oral questioning and involving written assignments and observation exercises.

Duration 1/2 Day.