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Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles2021-09-15T21:51:58+00:00

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Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles

This qualification provides employees with the knowledge to help them carry out designated duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures in the workplace.

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This qualification provides employees with the knowledge to help them carry out designated duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures in the workplace. Employees who hope to develop their basic fire safety awareness in order to assist their employer by undertaking specific fire safety roles in the workplace, e.g. as fire wardens / fire marshals.

How long will it take?

Delivery would typically be through one day training course (8 hours).

Course overview

Learners will develop their knowledge and skills in fire safety, including:

  • How fires are caused,
  • The risks associated with fire,
  • Principles of fire safety management at work,
  • Understanding the role of a fire warden and more.

Certificate validity

The Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles is valid for a period of three years.

Assessment method

This qualification is assessed by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ). To Awarded this qualification the Learner must achieve a percentage pass in the MCQ paper.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What do you mean by fire safety?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

Fire safety refers to planning and infrastructure design aimed at reducing the risk of fire or impeding the spread of a fire when one does break out.

What are the five rules of fire safety?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00
Five Fire Safety Tips
  • Check that all smoke and fire alarms are functioning properly. Ideally, you should test your fire alarms once a month and replace batteries twice a year. …
  • Have an actionable fire plan. …
  • Never leave a room with an open flame. …
  • Have at least one fire extinguisher. …
  • Embrace the cliché—Stop, Drop, and Roll.
What are the 4 types of fire?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00
Types of Fires
  • Class A Fires. involve common combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth, rubber, trash, and plastics.
  • Class B Fires. involve flammable liquids, solvents, oil, gasoline, paints, lacquers, and other oil-based products.
  • Class C Fires
  • Class D Fires
  • Class K Fires.
What are the 4 types of fire extinguishers?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

There are four classes of fire extinguishers – A, B, C and D – and each class can put out a different type of fire. Multipurpose extinguishers can be used on different types of fires and will be labeled with more than one class, like A-B, B-C or A-B-C.

What to do if person is on fire?2021-09-21T19:54:37+00:00

If you or someone else cannot stop, drop, and roll, smother the flames with a blanket or towel. Use cool water to treat the burn immediately for three to five minutes. Cover with a clean, dry cloth. Get medical help right away by calling 911 or the fire department.

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