AFC Fire’s qualified instructors are affiliated to the Institute of Fire Safety Managers, the Institute of Fire Engineers, and the National Association of Fire Door Inspectors, and provide a comprehensive Fire Safety Training Course at your own premises, which enables you, as an employer, to meet your statutory legal & insurance obligations, and to protect staff and property under current Fire Safety Regulations, ie the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Prices start at just £399.00 (+VAT) per certified course, for up to 10 people (only £39.90 per person). For higher numbers, national contracts or multiple sites please call 0203-143-4754, or 0777-900-5709.
Our trainers are totally self-contained, bringing along all their own presentation equipment and fire extinguishers to your venue. The course content is punchy, fast paced and entertaining, designed to hold the candidates attention, and covers the following:Fire Awareness
- fire prevention and the main causes of fire
- fire, heat and smoke spread
- the organisations emergency plan
- action to take in the event of fire
- video fire presentation demonstrating fire spread
- Fire Fighting Equipment
- fighting different kinds of fire
- how to operate modern fire extinguishers
- fire blanket demonstration
- practical use of our extinguishers
- the role of the fire Warden
- fire Warden duties
- fire evacuation drills
- assembly point ‘management’
The total cost for sessions is £399.00 + vat for the Fire Safety Awareness, course, and to add the additional module for Fire Wardens is only an extra £100.00 + vat.
We do not charge extra for fire extinguisher use during the practical use part of the sessions. Please note a deposit of 50% of the total cost is payable in advance to secure the booking.
Please ensure that an area of approximately 25 sq m is provided for the practical session. Please also be aware that there will be an element of mess from the fire extinguisher use.
All necessary literature and course documentation is provided. A certificate of attendance & competence will be issued to each individual, after successful completion of the course.
A Fire Risk Assessment is a process involving the systematic evaluation of the factors that determine the hazard from fire, the likelihood that there will be a fire, and the consequences if one were to occur.
Buildings are compartmentalised to delay the spread of fire from one area to another. These are usually linked by fire doors, allowing the flow of traffic around the building.
Passive Fire Protection is a term used to describe the parts of a building or structure that provide a barrier to fire, containing and slowing the rate at which it spreads.