Fire Safety Awareness - Training Plus - Health & Safety Courses
Half day Certificate of Completion

Course Summary

The CIEH fire safety awareness training course is to provide all personnel with the knowledge of fire prevention and fire fighting skills.

The CIEH fire safety awareness training course consists of both theory and practical sessions which include:

  •     Fire Safety Legislation
  •     Liaising with the fire service and fire controllers
  •     Record keeping Evacuations
  •     Taking the correct action when you hear a fire alarm
  •     Choosing the right fire extinguisher for your workplace
  •     Ensure your workplace meets workplace fire safety laws
  •     Weekly and daily fire checks
  •     New staff safety inductions

Upon successful completion of the CIEH fire safety awareness training course, you will be entitled to a Certificate of Completion.

Who is it for?

All personnel within an organisation who must learn to fight a fire and use a fire extinguisher to meet the requirements of the Fire Safety Law would be recommended to take this course.

You will need

You are not required to take any equipment on the CIEH fire safety awareness training course.

Your skill level

No previous experience or qualifications are needed in order to take the fire safety awareness training course.


Do I need to pay for my training before I do it?

Yes you do, you can pay online when you book your course, or call 0845 872 3411 and pay with a credit card over the phone. Customers with credit terms, please call Training Plus to book your course on 0845 872 3411.

Does the CIEH Fire Safety Awareness legislation apply everywhere?

This legislation applies to most premises including:

Shops and offices Hotels, bed and breakfasts and care homes Schools and other places of education Restaurants, pubs and clubs.

Why should I attend the CIEH Fire Safety Awareness course?

You should attend the Fire Safety Awareness course to ensure your place of work is a safe environment to be and you have a broad understanding of workplace fire safety, risk assessment processes and current legislation.