Fire Warden Training

Provide your staff with the skills to lead

All elements of fire protection covered!
Call us today on 01414 837 445
  • Fulfill your legal duty with trained fire wardens
  • Local specialists - qualified and experienced
  • Up-to-date training for fire safety skills

Fire Warden Training

Entrusting dedicated fire wardens to carry out the fire safety protocol for your premises helps you to meet your legal obligations in the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005. It also means that those employees will have the skills to lead others in the event of a fire.

As part of the Asco fire warden safety training courses that we provide for those in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Midlothian and the surrounding region, you can expect the following from our certified team of specialists:

  • In-depth legislation information
  • Fire awareness – means of escape and causes of fire
  • Guidance in further role and responsibilities of the fire warden:
    • Evacuations, roll call, daily and monthly building checks
  • Fire safety standards best practice
  • Fire-fighting guidance
  • Portable fire extinguishers types and usages

The training delivered for nominated fire wardens will also allow them to deliver:

  • Implementation and improvement of emergency procedure
  • Fire risk control – adequacy assessment
  • Highlighting of potential fire hazards
  • Fire drill and evacuation procedures
  • Assistance for ‘at risk’ individuals

Help to protect your business with the knowledge and guidance of our specialist team. Book a fire warden course today by calling or filling out our quick quote form – we’re also happy to assist with general enquiries.

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Backed by the LS Fire Group, we have the experience to provide fire safety services and products across your region. Take a look at the areas we cover to find out more.


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