Hilton Nursing Partners Enrols Staff on IFE-Accredited Fire Marshal Course

Hilton Nursing Partners Enrols Staff on IFE-Accredited Fire Marshal Course

Hilton Nursing Partners Enrols Staff on IFE-Accredited Fire Marshal Course

Hilton Nursing Partners, a leading healthcare provider, has announced its participation in a Fire Marshal course, demonstrating its commitment to employee safety and regulatory compliance. The course, accredited by the Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE), is designed to enhance fire safety knowledge and is suitable for any employee appointed as a Fire Marshal or Fire Warden.

Hilton Nursing Partners Enrols Staff in IFE-Accredited Fire Marshal CourseThe half-day course covers a wide range of topics, including the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, fire hazards and prevention, types of fire and their behaviour, fire safety equipment, and the role of the Fire Marshal. It also includes practical training on hazard spotting and extinguisher use.

Participants do not need to pass a test to complete the course successfully. The trainer assesses the successful completion of the course. However, an optional test paper can be added at the end of the course if clients wish to assess their employees’ level of understanding.

Upon successful completion, delegates will receive an Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) Certificate, valid for three years. This certification not only contributes to the professional development of the staff but also ensures that Hilton Nursing Partners complies with essential fire safety regulations.

Ann Taylor, CEO at Hilton Nursing Partners says: “Hilton Nursing Partners’ participation in the Fire Marshal course underscores our commitment to safety and continuous learning. By investing in this IFE-accredited training, we are not only enhancing the safety culture within our organisation but also setting a benchmark for others in the industry.”

The Fire Marshal course, accredited by the Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE), is suitable for any employee appointed as a Fire Marshal or Fire Warden. It’s also an excellent opportunity for those looking to enhance their understanding of fire safety. Participants learnt about the essential aspects of fire safety, including:

The Law: Understanding the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Fire Hazards, Risks, and Prevention: Comprehensive insights into potential fire hazards and preventive measures.

Types of Fire and their Behaviour: An in-depth look at different fire types and how they behave.

Fire Safety Equipment: Including extinguisher classification and proper usage.

Role of the Fire Marshal: Detailed training on the responsibilities and duties of a Fire Marshal.

Hazard Spotting and Extinguisher Practical: Hands-on training to identify hazards and use extinguishers effectively.

Hilton Nursing Partners initiative is a commendable step towards investing in their team and a safer working environment, reflecting their dedication to employee wellbeing and adherence to legal compliance.