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Fire Marshal Training

Do your employees know what to do in the event of a fire?

Our fire marshal training ensures you are legally compliant with the fire safety regulations, and your workforce is guided safely by a competent person. 

Fire marshals (sometimes known as fire wardens) are civilians trained to assist in emergency fire
evacuation procedures at businesses and other organisations. 

It is a legal obligation that workplaces have a sufficient number of fire marshals to deal with fire emergencies.

Questions we are often asked

Who is Fire Marshal Training for?

Fire marshal training is for any person given special responsibilities relating to fire safety and anyone expected to perform a supervisory role in any fire situation.

What does Fire Marshal Training cover?

Our Fire Marshal training provides those who have been appointed with the responsibility, the required competence to fulfill their role.


This includes recognising the potential for fire, its consequences and how to prevent it, understanding human behavior in fires, understanding firefighting equipment, and its use, methods of escape, sweeping the premises, and assisting the evacuation of anyone who may have difficulty escaping unaided.

When does my business need Fire Marshal Training? 

The amount of trained fire marshals a business needs is dependent on the level of fire risk present and the number of occupants.

Why does my business need Fire Marshal Training?

All employers have a responsibility to ensure that their organisation appoints a sufficient number of people to assist with the implementation of fire safety measures.


Therefore, you must have enough employees trained as fire marshals/ wardens to help assist in an emergency.​

How will my business benefit from Fire Marshal Training? 

By ensuring your business has a sufficient number of trained fire marshals you will not only ensure compliance, you’ll also be safe in the knowledge that you have put in place the measures required to ensure your premises can be safely and effectively evacuated in an emergency situation.

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