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Fire Safety Training Courses

Fire safety at work should be a priority in order to protect lives, property and your business. It is important that your employees know how to act if there is a fire. Fire Safety training will encourage staff to reduce the risk of fire and to be effectively prepared if a fire occurs.

Please select one of our Fire Safety training courses for more information.

Fire Marshal Training

Fire Awareness Training

Fire Extinguisher Training

Fire Warden in the Construction Industry

Introduction to Fire Risk Assessment

We deliver a wide selection fire safety training courses to various organisations across a wide variety of industries.  Some clients are looking for nationally recognised quantification’s, whilst others want something tailored to their risk profile.  Whatever type of fire safety training you’re looking for Ouch can help.  If you’re unsure about what fire training is best for your organisation, contact our experienced client support officers for advice.

Ouch fire safety trainers and consultants are all experienced fire professionals having obtained qualifications and memberships from nationally recognised organisations such as:

Previous clients include:

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Latest Training Courses Available now…

Date/TimeEvent
07/09/2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Fire Marshal
Wimborne, Dorset
No. of spaces available: 12
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12/11/2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
first safety training
Fire Marshal
Wimborne, Dorset
No. of spaces available: 12
Book Now
Date/TimeEvent
07/09/2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
first safety training
Fire Marshal
Wimborne, Dorset
No. of spaces available: 12
Book Now
12/11/2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
first safety training
Fire Marshal
Wimborne, Dorset
No. of spaces available: 12
Book Now
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Did You Know?

1st October 2006 saw the implementation of new, simpler fire safety legislation. The ‘Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005’ that promotes self-regulation and places the requirement for compliance squarely on the employer.

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