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Fire Safety Training 

We offer a range of Training Courses that can be delivered as separate modules or as part of an integrated package, to suit your business. 

Fire Training 

In respect of Fire there are the following courses: 
Basic Fire Safety (see syllabus); this also serves as mandatory update training required by NHS and Care Quality Commission. bookmark 
 
Fire Marshal Course – (see syllabus); this covers the extended responsibilities of the Fire Marshal/Fire Wardens and includes a practical session in the use of fire extinguishers and provides the realism needed using our environmentally friendly ‘real-fire’ training rig. bookmark 
Fire Evacuation Training (see syllabus); this training enables you to evacuate your premises and to test out or design your premises’ Emergency Evacuation Plan. bookmark 
 
Fire Extinguisher Training (see syllabus); this covers the theory about why fire extinguishers work, their limitations and a practical session using our environmentally friendly ‘real-fire’ training rig. bookmark 
Fire Safety Training 
Module 1 (FST1); FIRE MARSHALTRAINING 
 
Duration: 4 hours. 
Location: Normally on site. 
Number of Delegates: Minimum 6 – Maximum 16. 
Aimed at: Selected persons who will be responsible for fire, in a geographical sector of an organisation. In smaller organisations this may be all employees. 
The objectives of this course are that by the end of the Fire Marshal module, delegates will understand: 
Causes and Development of Fire. 
Fire Classifications. 
Correct uses and limitations of Fire Extinguishers. 
Safety Brief for fire extinguishers. 
Practical Extinguisher use. (Using Environmentally Friendly simulator) 
Fire hazards and Risks. 
How to spot potential Fire hazards. 
Fire control measures. 
Action when Fire is discovered. 
The Role of a Fire Marshal. 
How to carry out a full and safe evacuation. 
Common human behaviour. 
Evacuation for people with Disabilities (PEEPs). 
The course involves three training room sessions and one practical outside session, followed by a short session for conclusions and Q & A’s. 
Each Delegate will receive a Certificate from STK Fire and Risk Management Ltd. 
There is a cost saving for 2 training session delivered on the same day at the same location. 
Fire Safety Training 
Module 2 (FST2); FIRE SAFETY AWARENESS TRAINING 
 
Duration: Approximately 2 hours. 
Location: On or off site. 
Number of Delegates: Up to 40. 
Aimed at: All employees. 
The objectives of this course are that by the end of the Fire Safety Module delegates will understand: 
 
Sources of ignition 
Sources of fuel 
Sources of oxygen 
What to do in the event of fire 
How to call the fire service 
Evacuation procedures 
Use of extinguishers (theory) 
Good fire safety practice 
Fire precautions to include, fire alarms, fire doors, emergency lighting. 
The course involves one training room session. 
Each Delegate will receive a Certificate from STK Fire and Risk Management Ltd. 
There is a cost saving for 2 or more training sessions delivered the same day at the same location. 
Fire Safety Training 
Module 3 (FST3); EVACUATION TRAINING 
 
Duration: Approximately 2 hours. 
Location: On site only. 
Number of Delegates: Up to 40. 
Aimed at: Either all employees (smaller organisations), or as an advanced module for Fire Marshals (larger organisations) 
The objectives of this course are that by the end of the Evacuation Module delegates will understand: 
 
Revision of fire safety Knowledge. (Use of Fire Safety questionnaire). 
Actions to be taken in the event of fire. 
Roles and responsibilities of nominated persons. 
Group exercise (how to create an evacuation plan) 
Principles of Phased Evacuation. 
Importance of role call. 
Contingency Planning for business continuity. 
The course involves one training room session and one practical session around the premises. 
Each Delegate will receive a Certificate from STK Fire and Risk Management Ltd. 
There is a cost saving for 2 or more training sessions delivered the same day at the same location. 
Fire Safety Training 
Module 4 (FST4); FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING 
 
Duration: Approximately 1.5-2 hours. 
Location: Normally on-site 
Number of Delegates: Ideally 8-16. 
Aimed at: Either all employees (smaller organisations), it is also an included module in training for Fire Marshals (larger organisations) 
The objectives of this course are that by the end of the Extinguisher Module delegates will understand: 
 
Basic revision of fire principles. 
Theory of Fire Extinguishers. 
Safety brief for Fire Extinguishers. 
Practical application of the various types of fire extinguisher, using an environmentally friendly fire simulator. 
The course involves one training room session and one practical session on the premises. 
Each Delegate will receive a Certificate from STK Fire and Risk Management Ltd. 
There is a cost saving for 2 or more training sessions delivered the same day at the same location 
Fire Safety Training 
Module 5 (FST5); COMBINED FIRE SAFETY AWARENESS AND FIRE MARSHAL TRAINING 
 
(i.e. combined module FST1 and FST2) 
 
Duration: Approximately 4 hours – plus 
Location: On or Off Site 
Number of Delegates: Up to 40 for Fire Safety Awareness. 
Between 6 and 16 for the Fire Marshal Training. 
Aimed at: Companies who wish to combine their regular (annual) fire training with Fire Marshal Training for nominated staff. This allows our customers to discharge their training responsibilities in a timely way whilst benefitting from reduced costs of combining both SFT1 and FST2. (see above). 
The objectives of this course are that by the end of the Training delegates will understand: 
 
Causes and Development of Fire. 
Fire Classifications. 
Correct uses and limitations of Fire Extinguishers. 
Safety Brief for fire extinguishers. 
Practical Extinguisher use. (Using Environmentally Friendly simulator) 
Fire hazards and Risks. 
How to spot potential Fire hazards. 
Fire control measures. 
Action when Fire is discovered. 
The Role of a Fire Marshal. 
How to carry out a full and safe evacuation. 
Common human behaviour. 
Evacuation for people with Disabilities (PEEPs). 
The delegates who continue to complete the Fire Marshal module will understand: 
 
Sources of ignition 
Sources of fuel 
Sources of oxygen 
What to do in the event of fire 
How to call the fire service 
Evacuation procedures 
Use of extinguishers (theory) 
Good fire safety practice 
Fire precautions to include, fire alarms, fire doors, emergency lighting. 
Each Delegate who completes the Fire Safety Awareness Course will receive an appropriate certificate. For those who have completed the Fire Marshal Course, they will receive a FM Certificate from STK Fire and Risk Management Ltd. 
There is a cost saving for 2 or more training sessions delivered the same day at the same location. 
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