Fire Warden Training
3 hour Emergency Control Organisation course
This nationally approved course is suitable for companies and organisations which require selected members of staff to be trained as building fire wardens. The course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage building emergencies and fulfill their duties as a warden.
- WHS requirements and current legislation
- Warden roles and responsibilities
- Building Safety
- Fire drills and fire prevention measures
- Evacuation and assembly priorities and procedures
- The R.A.C.E system of fire safety
- Fire, bomb threats, medical emergencies and other emergencies
- Identifying the correct fire extinguishers
The course is for those participants who have been delegated to perform the role of fire warden or assistant fire warden.
This nationally approved course has been developed in accordance with the requirements of AS3745-2010, Planning for Emergencies in Facilities. The training is a 3 hour face to face covering theory and practical aspects of Fire Warden training.
Apply First Aid provides discounted training for groups of up to 15 students at your office or workplace.
The Fire Warden course can be customised to meet your industry requirements. Apply First Aid also provides an Advanced Management System to notify clients and students when certificates are due to expire, ensuring staff are always compliant.
Our trainers have 10 years of industry experience and guarantee a professional learning experience. State-of-the art resources and learning material are provided for theory and practical learning and all students must pass the course prior to receiving certification.
Certificate of attendance. Certificates are emailed following each course.
As per AS3745-2010 ‘Planning for Emergencies in Facilities’.Training is recommended at 6 monthly intervals.
Once enrolled Health (on behalf of “Apply First Aid”) will email students a Fire Warden booking confirmation with venue details, maps, course requirements and terms of enrolment.