Fire Safety Training

“We at Amberley Home and Retirement Cottages have worked with Munster Fire & Safety for many years now. They provide an excellent service and strive to accommodate our needs at all times at a reasonable price.  They are always obliging and willing to help even at short notice.  Feedback from staff re training and education is always positive and we would be happy to recommend them for fire and safety training to any organisation”

 

Our fire training courses are designed to help you fulfil your responsibilities under The Fire Services Act 1981/2003.

Trained employees have a heightened awareness of fire hazards in the workplace, the importance of fire prevention and how to act safely and effectively in the case of an emergency. Guarding against fire and knowing what to do in the event of an outbreak of fire can save your home, your business and people’s lives. All your staff should receive training in relation to fire prevention, evacuation and fire control techniques

We will train your staff how to be safe in the event of a fire. There are 2 courses available: 

 

Fire Safety Course
Fire Warden Safety Course

Both courses can be arranged for a time that is suitable for you and will be carried out at your own workplace. Before we deliver your training session, one of our FETAC qualified trainers will communicate with you to find out more about your workplace and the hazards that you face.

Each of our courses is tailored to suit your particular workplace and on completion of training, you and your employees will know:

  • about the nature of fire
  • the importance of fire prevention
  • what to do in the event of a fire
  • how to use a fire extinguisher and how to choose the correct one

  • what the specific fire hazards are in your workplace
  • how to identify a fire hazard
  • your workplace’s emergency procedure

 

Fire Safety Course Outline

 

  • Nature of Fire
  • Fire Triangle
  • Fire Prevention
  • Risk Assesment
  • Classes of Fire
  • Types of Extinguishers
  • How to extinguish a fire
  • Evacuation
  • Tour of workplace
  • Hands on Demonstration

 

Fire Warden Training

All of above content plus

  • Duties and Responsibilities of Fire Wardens
  • More detail on specific workplace risks
  • More detail on specific evacuation and emergency procedure

Our courses are fully interactive and include slide presentation, group discussions and worksheets, DVD presentation as well as hands-on practical training.

 

TESTIMONIALS

"Staff from Down Syndrome Cork  & The Field of Dreams were delighted to receive Fire Safety Training recently from Willie O'Leary of Munster Fire & Safety.

This was a very informative session with information provided on all aspects of fire safety, from the correct use of fire protection equipment, to  safe evacuation procedures.  An informative video was played to highlight the causes of fires, and detailed explanation given on the various types of fire extinguishers and which are appropriate to use on what type of fire.

It was great that staff were once again familiarised with the location of all the fire safety equipment on our site, and trained how to use a fire extinguisher - this practical element of the training helped to reinforce the learning.

Overall staff were very pleased with this excellent presentation from Willie, and I regard the training as one of the most important 2 hours any organisation could spend.  I would highly recommend Munster Fire & Safety to provide this training to any organisation."

Debbie Kelleher - Care Coordinator - Field of Dreams

 

"Munster Fire and Safety have been providing training on fire Safety for St Joseph’s Foundation Charleville, Co. Cork since February 2017.  Munster Fire & Safety are a pleasure to deal with, they are reliable, flexible, cost effective and provide excellent training which is relevant to our healthcare setting."

Kathleen O’Callaghan - Human Resources Manager - St Joseph’s Foundation

 

To ask for more information, or to book, please call 029-71288 NOW or click here to send us an enquiry.

 

 

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