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Fire Safety Training

Fire Safety Training

Fire safety is an important consideration for any business. It protects people, your property, and your assets. Undergoing fire safety training can ensure that people can help their employers and their business avoid the extensive damage that can result from a fire.

Our fire safety training course has been specially designed for people who have any kind of fire safety responsibilities at work including all staff, managers, and contractors. It helps provide the course participants with vital information ranging from the rules and regulations around fire safety and fire prevention through to evacuation procedures and more.

Fire Safety Training

Fire safety is the perfect partner to our range of crisis management courses as it’s an important aspect of crisis management and prevention.

This course will help your organisation meet its fire safety responsibilities leading to a safer environment for employees. A range of important topics are covered and an assessment and certificate of competence is issued on completion.

From rules and regulations to evacuation procedures and fire extinguisher usage, this course covers a variety of fire safety procedures and best practices leaving participants in a better position to create a safer working environment. We can also tailor our training to suit your needs.

If you’re ready to keep you, your staff and business safe, get in touch with us today to find out how we can help you implement fire safety training to stay safe and compliant.


Frequently Asked Questions

Why Is Fire Safety Awareness Training Important for Businesses?

Whether you choose the route of fire safety online training, or in person, it is crucial for businesses and organisations to protect lives, property, and assets.

Fires can happen in any industry, and while there is of course more probability in the likes of hospitality and kitchens alike, this doesn’t mean regular retail stores or those with arguably less risk should go overlooked.

Professional fire safety training courses encapsulate what to do prior, during and after a fire so you’re able to not only be prepared, but stay that way even after the fire. It ultimately ensures employees are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to prevent fires, respond effectively in case of emergencies, and minimise the risk of injuries or fatalities all the while.

What Is Typically Covered in a Fire Safety Training Programme?

A typical fire safety training programme covers a range of topics, including the likes of fire prevention measures, identifying and understanding potential fire hazards, use of fire extinguishers and other fire fighting equipment.

Along with this are the evacuation procedures which are vital, emergency communication protocols, and post-fire response and recovery measures. From prior to current and post-fire taking place there are structures that should be followed for the best outcome, so getting insight and fire safety training for employees from a professional trainer is crucial.

How Often Should Businesses Conduct Fire Safety Training for Employees?

The frequency of fire safety training may vary depending on factors such as the nature of the business, the level of fire risk, and regulatory requirements in that particular location or sector.

However, it is generally recommended that businesses conduct fire safety training for employees at least annually, with additional training provided to new hires and whenever there are significant changes to workplace procedures or layout that may affect fire safety protocols.

For instance, new fire escape routes or fire doors etc.

By choosing to opt for regular drills and refresher courses, you’re able to help ensure that employees remain prepared and capable of responding effectively to fire emergencies.

Learning Outcomes/Course Outline

  • Learn the necessary rules & regulations
  • Increase awareness of fire prevention & risk awareness
  • Know what to do if there’s a fire
  • Discover evacuation procedures
  • Learn how to use extinguishers
  • Learn about fire doors & fire alarms

Course Details

  • Duration: One full day
  • Location: At your site
  • What’s included? Receive a certificate on completion, take away and keep training materials with your branding, and get tools to deal with any major incident.
Why Kiasu Crisis Management & Compliance

Expert Training Services For Business

We travel
to you

Our Crisis Management team will travel directly to your business. It’s part of our dedication to helping businesses protect their people and assets.

In-house employed trainers

We employ our trainers in-house to ensure only the very best are protecting you. Each team member is competency assessed to the highest of standards around the globe.


Whether it’s training, consultancy or compliance our solutions are end-to-end, providing you a smooth delivery with no third parties involved.

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First Aid Training

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require all employers to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. You can do this through the provision of first aid training.

Health & Safety Training

Employers are required to ensure workers are trained to minimise risks at work. Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, employers can decide how this training is provided.

Manual Handling Training

Manual handling training is a legal requirement in any situation where your staff are required to do any lifting, lowering, pulling or pushing. Most work environments incorporate the use of manual handling in some way so it is a necessity for so many.

Safety Awareness Training

Employers are required to ensure that their employees are provided with adequate information and training to minimise risks at work. Our safety awareness training can help you achieve this.

Safety Induction Training

Safety induction is usually done as a way to welcome new employees to the company and prepare them for their new role. It can act as a starting point for businesses to introduce and share their culture of safety in the workplace while making sure that employees are aware of their work and responsibilities.