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Fire Warden Training

It is mandatory by law that all UK businesses have a responsible fire warden (or group of fire wardens) (also sometimes referred to as a fire marshall) to assist the rest of the staff in the event of a fire.

A trained fire warden will have an understanding of the basic fire principles, how to prevent fire as well as knowledge on the different types of fire extinguisher and their use.

Our Fire Warden Training Service

Our fire warden training is an engaging course designed to make certain staff in your organisation fire-aware and confident in assisting others to safety in the event of a fire in your work place.

The course lasts for approximately three hours and covers: Most common causes of fire at work, The fire triangle, Arson at Work, Fire and Smoke spread, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Safety Signs, Action in the event of a fire, Duties of a Fire Warden, Fire plans, Evacuation of disabled persons, Post theory test

An optional module on the practical use of extinguishers can be added in (space permitting).

Our fire warden training can take place at your site or at our dedicated training centre in London.

Why Office Test?

Extensive experience

Office Test takes care of the compliance needs of more than 5500 clients across the UK

We work across all industry sectors


Industry leading service professionals

Office Test engineers, electricians, trainers and consultants are all experts in their field

All our service professionals are DBS checked as a minimum

Our staff are always fully uniformed and carry a photo ID


Premium level of customer service

Office Test provides each of our clients with a dedicated account manager

We ensure our service is always delivered with the minimum disruption

Our online client area provides secure 24/7/365 access to reports


Work completed to the highest standards

Office Test holds all the relevant accreditations and industry memberships

We ensure all work is completed to British Standards

Our Clients

Our Accreditations

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Legal Requirements

  • Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005