Fire Safety Courses are designed to provide employers and employees with adequate knowledge of the risks associated with the workplace fires in line with legislation. Dependant on which course is provided depends on how in depth the detail, all courses will cover Fire Legislation, (including duties of Employers and Employee’s), understanding Fires and how to prevent fires in the workplace and a level of fire safety precautions which are present in your business.

Fire safety is incredibly important and failure to comply with government fire safety regulations could potentially lead to prosecution, legal claims, prevent loss of life and loss of property. Training in Fire Safety is therefore compulsory for all organisations.


Basic Fire Safety


Advanced Fire Safety


Fire Warden Course


Basic Health & Safety

Who should take the Fire Saftey Course?

Under government legislation, all employees are required to take adequate fire safety training, regardless of the industry they work in, The Fire Safety Course’s provides suitable training for all levels of employees, including mangers, supervisors, full-time and part-time staff.

Employers are required to ensure that all new employees undergo a level of fire safety training when they first start work and that existing employees have their training refreshed if any new fire risks are identified by the risk assessment.

This course is also suitable for people training to become the designated Fire Warden / Marshal for their company.


Ensure compliance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005

Developed by a qualified Fire Officer / Manager with over 28 years professional service / Experience in Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue, a Health & Safety Professional and IOSH member.

Provide a booklet and on completion of the course and individual and company certificate will be issued, (Fire Warden Tabard also issued on Fire Warden Course)

Will be carried out on-site


Duties are imposed on employers by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, the Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006 and the Fire Safety Regulations (northern Ireland) 2010.

These regulations state that, in England and Wales, all employers, owners, landlords or occupiers of business or non-domestic premises are known as the ‘responsible person’ and are required, by law, to provide staff with information and training on fire safety.

Regulation 21 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 specifically states that ‘the responsible person must ensure that his employees are provided with adequate safety training (a) at the time when they are first employed; and (b) on their being exposed to new or increased risks.


By the end of the course you will:

  • Understand how to ensure your business or premises complies with fire safety regulations.
  • Understand Employers and Employee duties.
  • Understanding fire, causes of fire and how to prevent fires starting.
  • Have an understanding of a fire risk assessment.
  • Have a understanding of fire safety procedures and the steps to be taken in the event of a fire.
  • Be able to distinguish between different types of fire extinguisher and understand their uses and constraints.

Looking to appoint a designated Fire Warden?

Our Fire Warden Training Course would provide you with the correct knowledge.

As Fire Marshal / Warden you must have a thorough understanding of Fire Safety Legislation, (including Fire Risk Assessment), Fire safety precautions, firefighting equipment, Fire Behaviour and the additional responsibilities as a fire warden: this course provides all the necessary knowledge to be able to fulfil this requirement.