Atlas Fire Protection are committed to reducing fire risks and maximising the safety of your employees and customers. One core factor to achieve this is the supply and installation of our fire prevention and protection equipment. However, this will be of limited benefit if your employees do not know how to use them. This makes our range of highly effective fire safety training courses the second critical factor.
Fire Safety Training Course
You have a legal responsibility to ensure your employees know what action to take in the event of a fire. This essential training course will ensure everyone knows what to do, from fire drills to evacuation strategies.
Fire Extinguisher Training Course
Atlas Fire Protection explain the various types of fire extinguishers found in the workplace. The course will provide your employees with the confidence and skills necessary to use fire extinguishers safely and effectively.
Fire Safety Awareness Training Course
This course is designed to identify and reduce the risks in your workplace: covering legislation, the causes and chemistry of fire, fire extinguishers, evacuation procedures and human behaviour. Atlas Fire Protection recommend this course for your nominated employees and for those with responsibility for evacuation or supervision of fire drills.
Fire Marshal/Warden Training Course
This in-depth course will provide your nominated employees with the confidence and skills necessary to perform the duties of a Fire Marshal/Warden safely and effectively. The course is tailored to the fire risks and emergency procedures of your workplace and will ensure your business meets its compliance with fire safety obligations.
Our range of fire safety training courses will equip your employees with the necessary knowledge and skills to reduce the risk of fire significantly. And should a fire occur, then safety will remain paramount and damage from the fire kept to a minimum, reducing your losses.
The Regulatory Reform
(Fire Safety) Order 2005
If your business has five or more employees, you are legally required to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The business owner is legally responsible for ensuring fire safety on their commercial premises.