Fire Safety Principles Level 2 (Fire Warden/Marshal) Training Videos

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Introduction and the Importance of Fire Safety

Welcome to your fire safety level 2 course to learn to be a fire warden or fire marshal. In this category, we first look at how the course works and a little about the training you will receive. Then we look at the law relating to fire safety, the fire regulatory reform order and fire and how you get hurt.


Causes, Prevention, Training and Alarms

In this section, we look at the fire triangle and how this is important to understand to prevent fire taking hold. You will learn about the sources of ignition, arson and how fires can be controlled with active and passive fire protection. Various sources of ignition are covered like aerosols and hot works. Then we cover fire prevention by good housekeeping and staff awareness with training. Finally, we look at the dangers of smoke, fire alarms and activating and the testing of fire alarms.

The Fire Triangle

The Fire Triangle


01:59
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Sources of Ignition

Sources of Ignition


01:12
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Active and Passive

Active and Passive


01:45
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Arson

Arson


03:25
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Aerosols

Aerosols


01:40
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Hot Works

Hot Works


02:40
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Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention


01:57
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Good Housekeeping

Good Housekeeping


01:35
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Dangers of Smoke

Dangers of Smoke


01:39
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Types of Fire Alarm

Types of Fire Alarm


01:28
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Emergency Equipment and Response Actions

it is an important addition to every building and a legal requirement to have effective and well-maintained fire equipment and emergency equipment. This section details the different things you need to think about having as a result of your fire risk assessment including calling the fire service, fire hoses, evacuation, fire doors, smoke alarms and evacuation chairs. We also look at home smoke alarms, fireworks and fire blankets.


Using Fire Extinguishers

There are many different types of fire extinguishers and in this section, we look at the main types and how to use them safely. We start with the basic facts about a fire extinguisher and a basic overview of the types then we look and demonstrate in more detail the water fire extinguisher, foam extinguisher, CO2 and dry powder fire extinguishers.


Fire Warden and Fire Marshals

By completing this course you will be trained as a fire warden or fire marshall, Personnel records and this section looks in more detail of your role and responsibility. We look at the fire logbook, the cost to the business of poor fire planning and some basic first aid. We also look at the unique needs of one sector which is the social care sector and care hoe evacuation.

The Fire Log Book

The Fire Log Book


03:02
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Cost to Business

Cost to Business


01:13
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How Fires Spread

How Fires Spread


03:01
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Personnel Records

Personnel Records


02:00
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Burns and burn kits

Burns and burn kits


08:48
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Fire Injuries

Fire Injuries


01:13
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The Fire Briefing

The Fire Briefing


03:10
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Care Home Evacuation

Care Home Evacuation


02:35
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Smoke hoods

Smoke hoods


01:12
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Risk Assessment and Hazards

Completing a fire risk assessment is a requirement of every business and in this section we look at this in more detail. There are also useful downloads in the student resources section to help you carry out your risk assessment.

Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment


05:43
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Summary

This final section looks at how you take your test and get you completion certificate, evidenced-based learning statement and Certified CPD statement. ProTrainings offer a full range of video online, blended, virtual and face to face courses nationwide at your workplace or at regional training centres by our approved and monitored instructors. If you have any questions or need more training contact us by phone, email or live chat.

Course Summary

Course Summary


02:07
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Course Details

Video Playtime

2 hours and 10 minutes

Captions

English

Instructor

Keith Sleightholm

Audio

English

Fire Safety Principles Level 2 (Fire Warden/Marshal) at a Glance

  • Learn about your obligations to fire safety in your workplace, follows the HSE recommendations and guidelines
  • Ideal to become a Fire Warden or Fire Marshal in your workplace
  • Complete the course online or contact us if you prefer a classroom course at your workplace
  • The course is designed to meet and comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
  • Reduce accidents in your workplace
  • Mapped to regulated level 2 fire safety courses
  • Practical lessons available nationwide, call for details
  • Available as video online, virtual, blended or face to face nationwide at your workplace
  • This qualification and most of the other ProTrainings qualifications are Endorsed by TQUK

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Fire Safety Principles Level 2 (Fire Warden/Marshal)

2 hours and 10 minutes
English
£24.95 + VAT