Staff Fire Safety Training
Staff fire safety training should be well within the scope of the management of a small business. It can be carried out in house, or by a reputable company or a small number of employees trained, by an external organisations, and they in turn would train the rest of the work force. It is the responsibility of employers to ensure that their staff are adequately trained on what to do in the event of fire. Training should be should be given upon induction and preferably a second time within the first month of employment. Refresher training should be given at least once a year. Training should be undertaken by a competent person and a record kept in some form of log book.
Level 2 Award – Fire Safety Training
This qualification is ideal for anyone involved in the management of fire safety in any workplace. Subjects covered include hazards and risks, controlling fire in the workplace, the principles and practice of fire safety management at work and the role of the nominated fire warden.
The Level 2 Award in Fire Safety (QCF) is accredited and recognised internationally and has been developed to protect customers, staff, brand reputation and profits.
How long will it take me to achieve this qualification?
This qualification usually involves attending a one-day course but can be achieved through a variety of methods including classroom, blended and distance learning provided that the learning hours are met.
How is the qualification assessed?
It is assessed by a multiple-choice examination, where the candidate must answer at least 20 out of 30 questions correctly. The examination will take a maximum of 1 hour to complete.
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