Topics covered in ELB Solutions Ltd' Basic First Aid Training course:
- Introduction to Fire and Safety
- The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005
- Fire Prevention
- Evacuation and Escape
- False Alarm Prevention
The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 states that individuals in any kind non-domestic premises must have the basic knowledge of fire safety - they must conduct risk assessment to identify, manage and reduce the risk of fire in the premises they work in.
ELB Solutions Ltd's Fire Safety e-learning course deals with the two main clauses set out by the regulation: fire prevention and assessment of potential risks.A person taking this course will gain the basic knowledge on fire safety, starting from how to use fire fighting equipment to learning about ways to limit false alarms at the workplace. At the end of the course, the learner will be given a complimentary form ‘5 Steps to Risk Assessment’ which then can be used at their workplace.
List of things you'll learn when you sign up for ELB Solution Ltd's Fire Safety E-learning course:
Introduction to Fire and Safety:
In this section you'll learn about the three fundamental elements required for fire to start and what measures can be taken to prevent them from coming together. It will also cover how to stop fire from spreading in case one ignites at the workplace.
The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005:
This section helps you identify who is responsible for fire safety in your place of work as well as tells you about the responsibilities you have as an employer or an employee to maintain a fire safe environment. The e-course will guide you though the safety signs and their ideal location/position at you workplace.
It is essential to know the principles of effective fire prevention and this is what we will deal with in this section of the online course. At the end of it, you will be able to successfully conduct a risk assessment and identify the steps to take to prevent a fire.
Detecting a Blaze:
We will help you understand how to conduct routine safety procedures and how to detect a blaze if it happens at your workplace.
In this section of the course, we will tell you when a blaze can be or should be contained. It will help you identify the types of fire and the correct equipment that should be used for each so that if a fire occurs at your place of work, you will be able to use the fire safety equipment effectively.
Evacuation and Escape:
Now we will tell you about the principles of a proper evacuation procedure as well as the dos and don’ts of evacuation. It will also cover topics like who will be responsible for contacting emergency services so that prompt action can be taken in case of a fire.
False Alarm Prevention:
False alarms do happen and in this section of the e-course we will tell you how to prevent them and why preventing them is so important.
ELB Solution Ltd's Fire Safety E-course is relevant to any kind of organisation as it is not specific to any field or industry. It is general fire safety training that employees should receive in order to make an organisation compliant to the regulations set by the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005.
The training material can be accessed by the learner for one year from the date of purchase of the course.
There certificate you receive on completion of the course will be valid for 3 years. Although this overview will help you understand the course, we still recommend that you get in touch with us so we can learn your needs and help answer any queries you have.