Safety Training

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Safety Training

Preventing accidents and ill health caused by work is a key priority for everyone at work. Effective training is vital for assisting with this. As the owner or manager of a business you know that competent employees are valuable. 

Benefits of effective health and safety training:

  • ensures your employees are not injured or made ill by the work they do
  • develops a positive health and safety culture, where safe and healthy working becomes second nature to everyone
  • helps you to manage health and safety better
  • meet your legal duty to protect the health and safety of your employees
  • contributes towards making your employees competent in health and safety
  • can help your business avoid the distress that accidents and ill health cause
  • can help you avoid the financial costs of accidents and occupational ill health 

Remember! Your insurance doesn’t cover all these costs. Damaged products, lost production and demotivated staff can all result.

The law requires that you provide whatever information, instruction and training is needed to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of your employees.

Training packages:

  • General Health & Safety Induction
  • Fire / Fire Marshal  Emergencies
  • Infection & Control
  • Display Screen Users
  • COSHH (Hazardous substances)
  • Work At Height
  • Manual Handling
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Risk Assessments 

Safety Limits Ltd can provide value-for-money training tailored to the needs of your staff and your organisation. 

Learning outcomes of Fire Safety Training

  • Identify the current legal requirements to undertake a fire risk assessment
  • Information to consider in undertaking a fire risk assessment
  • Understand the importance of record-keeping
  • How to Manage an Emergency Evacuation Procedure.
  • Day by Day role of the Fire Warden
  • Identify each Class of Fire & which Type of Extinguisher to use on each Class.
  • Practical "Hands on" use of extinguishers. 


1) Brief Introduction to UK Health and Safety Law

  • Statute and Civil Law
  • Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
  • Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 

2) Principles of Fire Risk Assessment

  • The legal requirement to undertake risk assessments
  • 5 Steps of risk assessment
  • Fire Triangle
  • Fire Hazard identification
  • Understanding "reasonably practicable"
  • Risk Rating "Likelihood X Severity"
  • Fire control measures 

3) Recording the Findings 

  • The legal requirement to record findings
  • Communicating the findings
  • Monitoring and review 

4) Role of the Fire Warden  

  • How to plan for and manage an Emergency Evacuation Procedure
  • Taking a Roll Call
  • Undertaking a sweep of the building
  • Daily requirements of the Fire Warden 

5) Use of Fire Extinguishers

  • Classification of Fires
  • Different type of Extinguishers
  • Practical Session
  • Questions and Answers 


For more information on Safety Training contact:  

James Vetch  Dip Grad

Independent Health & Safety Consultant

Tel: 07766 440474 or E mail: [email protected]