Fire Safety


Designed to meet the requirements of both the 1981 Fire services act and regulation 9 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work act 2005.




On completion of the Fire Warden (Marshal) Training Course, participants will be able to;
• List their duties as fire wardens
• Describe the chemistry of fire
• Identify fire hazards in the workplace
• Assist in the management of evacuation procedures and drills
• Select and use the appropriate firefighting equipment to deal with an undeveloped fire

Fire Warden (Marshal) Training Course Content:
• The mechanics of fire, smoke and dangerous gases.
• Fire extinguishers, hose reel equipment and fire suppressants.
• Incidents involving flammable liquids and gases.
• Storage of flammable liquids and gases.
• Common fire safety features.
• Elements of compartmentation.
• Means of escape.
• Duties of the fire marshal in emergency, pre emergency and post emergency situations.
• Hazard spotting and elimination of bad practices.
• Legislation.
• Methods of Evacuation
Course Duration: 4-5 Hours



Designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using a fire extinguisher.






On completion of this Fire Safety Course, participants will be able to:-
• Describe the chemistry of fire
• Identify fire hazards in the workplace
• Follow evacuation procedures
• Select and use appropriate firefighting equipment
Course Content:
• Fire safety legislation (Overview)
• Understanding the physics and chemistry of fire
• Development and spread of fire
• Action in the event of fire
• Means of raising alarm
• Means of summoning the fire brigade
• Action on hearing the fire alarm
• Evacuation procedures
• Practical demonstration in the use of foam and CO2 fire extinguishers
Course Duration: 3 Hours

Training Courses

  • Courses - delivered bi-weekly Waterford – Wexford – Newbridge – Dublin
  • Instructors – handpicked SII accredited, with a vast wealth of experience
  • Career Opportunities – with such a dynamic industry, our trainers would be dealing with a large number of national security partners weekly, and their recruiting departments