- Delivering training & support services to reduce risk.
- Ensuring business continuity and keeping people and property safe.
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Fire training delivered by firefighters
Training is the kind of service where its value is often only appreciated after it has been delivered.
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What is the fire safety order Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005?
If you own, manage or operate a business, you need to comply with fire safety law. The main law is the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 or the Fire Safety Order. It applies across England and Wales and came into force on 1 October 2006.
For businesses employing five or more employees, there is a legal requirement to highlight the risks and document a plan. Under the Regulatory Reform Order (RRO), business owners or managers are classed as the 'responsible person' of a building and they must carry out and regularly review their plans in fire emergency situations.
Who does it apply to?
The RRO applies to almost all buildings, places and structures other than individual private homes – that's individual flats in a block or family homes. Other places covered by the Order include shared areas in houses in multiple occupation, blocks of flats and maisonettes.
How can we help?
Hendeca can support some of your obligations by providing the very best Fire Safety Training - helping to keep your staff and property safe.
Each company, under the RRO, must train a member of staff to become a certified Fire Warden/Marshal, who are responsible for identifying fire hazards in the workplace to minimise risk, as well as ensuring that emergency procedures, like evacuations and drills, are appropriately conducted.
“Enjoyable and informative course. Tutor had excellent presentation skills, interacted well with the attendees, and made the subject memorable with real life scenarios. Good, easy to follow content and paced perfectly for the attendees. We all had a brilliant day and learnt a great deal. Thank you."
"Course delivered very well and was made to feel comfortable during the day, especially during the practical work.”
Trainer was excellent at working with the group and answering any questions. Made it fun and enjoyable.”
"Always could answer our questions and give us excellent advice. Very useful information.”
"This is an extensive 3 day course. Covered all the relevant techniques. Interactive plus practical.”
"The instructor maintained a confident but friendly disposition throughout the session. I felt reassured throughout that I was learning the course correctly and that I can approach first aid situations with confidence."