Fire Marshall Training 31 July – One Free Place for a Voluntary or Community Group

Wednesday 31 July 2024

This training session is hosted by REDA and they have collaborated with RVA to offer one free place for someone from a charity or community group to attend.

This is a fully certified training and the certificate will be valid for 3 years.

An overview of the training session includes:

  • Understand the hazards and risks associated with a fire in the workplace
  • The fire triangle and its components
  • Hazards during or after a fire including products of combustion
  • Characteristics of fire and smoke spread
  • Understand how fire risk is controlled in the workplace
  • Methods used to identify and control risk hazards
  • Different “means of escape “
  • Methods of detection and raising alarms
  • Principle of extinguishing fire
  • Portable fire-fighting equipment – how it should be used safely
  • Identifying what different fire extinguishers can extinguish
  • Common fixed fire fighting systems and where they might be used
  • Duties of employers and employee’s in Fire Safety
  • How to undertake a simple fire safety inspection
  • Stages in risk assessment
  • Role and functions of a fire warden  on a day to day basis
  • Context of a safety briefing

This is a 4 hour training session from 10am-2pm

Please note that this free place is restricted to a charity delivering services locally in Reading.

If you would like to book this free place, please contact

Type of event
Event theme
Voluntary sector
Event date
31 July 2024
Start time
End time
Address line 1
Conference Room, 3rd Floor,
Line 2
Reading Central Library
Line 3
Abbey Square
Wheelchair accessible?
Not specified