CIEH Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles
As the first and only accredited course that qualifies candidates to become fire safety wardens in their workplace. This Fire Safety training course will help your organisation meet its duty under current fire safety legislation, and protect both people and premises from fire.
Who is the course suitable for?
Employees in position of responsibility, such as managers and supervisors, and also suitable for caretakers or those with a Fire Marshal role. For further information about the responsibility of an employer with regard to Fire Safety is contained in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Further information is also on the Communities and Local Government website
What you will learn
Successful candidates will understand the causes of fire, and how to prevent it. They will attain a clear knowledge of workplace fire legislation, be able to fulfil the role of a fire warden both on a day-to-day basis and in an emergency, and be able to brief other staff on what their responsibilities are.
- Understanding fire risk
- Understanding fire risk controls
- Principles and practice of fire safety
- The role of the fire warden
Assessment and Certification
Candidates will sit a multiple choice examination. This is a CIEH accredited course. Each successful participant will receive a nationally recognised certificate of competence from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.
One Day (7 hours including exam)
We work with each client separately so please contact for costs.
All costs are inclusive of onsite delivery, course materials and certification.