Course Duration: 3 – 3.5 hours
Construction sites are dangerous places for numerous reasons. There are many portable electric tools, oxy-acetylene cylinders, combustible materials and numerous other types of equipment that generate heat. The fire risks associated with construction sites pose a significantly higher risk than normal office premises.
Each participant receives a certificate to prove their qualification after successfully completing the course.
This course complies with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and is delivered at your premises at a time to suit your operations, ensuring business continuity.
Overview & Typical Course Content
- Current fire safety legislation
- The chemical processes that result in fire
- Fire development
- How fires spread
- Hazard identification
- Backdraughts & how to open doors correctly
- Fire Prevention on Construction Sites
- Fire Hazards on Construction Sites
- Plus much more…
- Certificate Renewal:
It is recommended that your staff re-train every 3 years. More frequent training might be required depending on your fire risk assessment or insurers.
For further information or to purchase a course please call us on 0845 388 0331
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