Online Fire Safety Training
Our online Fire Safety Training course explains, in brief, why fires occur and what actions you must take to help prevent them from starting and the steps you must consider if they do. By completing this course, you will be making your workplace a safer environment for all. The online Fire Safety Training course brings staff through the elements involved in a fire; the risks a fire poses in a workplace, emphasising the importance of practical training.
Approved by RoSPA, IFE & CPD – Duration 60 mins* – €24.00
Current legislation applies to all workplaces regardless of the number of employees and requires employers to provide adequate fire awareness training for all staff members. Our online fire safety training courses are aimed at all employees to assist them in identifying and reducing the risk that a fire poses in the workplace.
Increasing awareness of fire safety and prevention in the workplace can save lives. Basic fire safety training for all staff is one of the single most cost-effective measures a business can undertake. Our online fire safety training course also recognises workplace fire drills importance.
This Basic Fire Safety Awareness course will provide delegates with a greater understanding of essential fire awareness, including what should be done in the event of a fire, how to prevent a fire from occurring and a basic introduction to what actions to take on discovering a fire and the protocol of extinguishing a fire.
- Chemistry of Fire
- Common Causes of Fire
- Basic Safety Features in Buildings
- Introduction to Fire Extinguishers
- What to do in Cases of Fire?
Important note: Please note that the course is knowledge-based only; if you need further practical training, you can get in touch with us to arrange this.
If you require support to review and update your fire safety plans or require further information on our online fire safety training course, please contact a member of our team at Phoenix STS. For a complete list of all of our online courses, please click here