At i-Protech we provide a range of fire training courses in Aberdeen. It is now falls within an employer’s duty of care to ensure that members of staff are trained in the use of Fire Extinguishers, how to raise the alarm, and how to evacuate the premises.
Book a Training Course
To book a place on a fire training course please complete your details in the form below and we will reply with either a confirmation or an offer of alternative dates if the date you requested is unavailable.
Alternatively, you can call us on 01224 518 418 to book a course or to discuss any specific requirements. Our courses can also be provided in-situ at your premises – Contact us for more information and available dates. Contact us for more information and available dates.
Training Your Staff
Everyone in your organisation needs to know what to do if they see a fire, or if they need to evacuate the building in response to a fire alarm. Beginning with the fire triangle, the course moves through the hazards of fire, how to prevent it, what to do when you hear a fire alarm, and what to do if you’re first on the scene.
Fire safety training will help you fulfil your fire risk assessment strategy.
The course consists of a mixture of classroom-based learning as well as practical, this gives the delegates an opportunity to use a fire extinguisher in real life using our environmentally friendly gas fuelled training equipment. The training can be tailored to suit client’s individual requirements.
The course materials provided include a certificate of attendance and presentation handouts.
- The effects of fire on companies
- Legislation – Fire (Scotland) Act 2005
- Fire drill planning, informing, and instructing
- Recording of fire drills
- Fire warden duties
- Evacuation of the premises
- Identifying ignition sources
- Identifying fuel sources
- Human behaviour in fire
- Action on discovering a fire
- Action on hearing a fire alarm
- Chemistry of fire
- Methods of fire spread
- Fire detection and alarm systems
- Firefighting equipment
- Building fire protection measures
- Emergency lighting