Fire Safety 1: Hazards & Prevention

Fire safety 1


This care home based title will teach care workers how to identify potential hazards and prevent the outbreak of fires. Covering areas such as the legal framework surrounding fire and how fires start, this title goes on to explain how to reduce the risk of injury from fires by stopping them spreading. This title was developed to encompass the latest legislation and conform to the Care Certificate and AWIFHSC Standards.

Subjects covered include:

  • Legal Requirements for Fire Safety Training 
  • How Fire Starts 
  • Fire Hazards 
  • Fire Prevention 
  • Fire Extinguishers

This video has been completely re-filmed and updated following the latest best practice guidelines including NASHICS good practice guidance published in 2016. The additional guidance was produced by the National Association for Safety and Health in Care Services (NASHiCS) and the Chief Fire Officers’ Association (CFOA) to accompany the Communities and Local Government (CLG) guide, entitled Fire Safety Risk Assessment – Residential Care Premises. The CLG guide was published so operators knew how to comply with the Fire Safety Order (FSO) 2005. NASHiCS continue to work with CFOA on guidance for fire safety.


Format Video-based eLearning
Course Duration   
27 Minutes approximately
Course Content 6 Interactive Chapters, Assessment Quiz and a CPD Accredited Certificate
ConsultantBob Parkin MIFireE, MIFPO, MIFSM (Marsden Fire Safety Ltd)
 Standards   England

Care Certificate Standard 13

NOS: CHS2, CHS 6, SCDHSC0022, SCDHSC0223, SCDHSC0032

RQF: Health, safety and wellbeing in care settings (Level 2 Diploma in Care), Promote health, safety and wellbeing in care settings (Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care, Level 3 Diploma in Healthcare Support)

Wales

All Wales Induction Framework for Health and Social Care (AWIFHSC) Section 7

Scotland

National Care Standards

Northern Ireland

NISCC's Induction Standards

References The Care Certificate, AWIFHSC

Client reviews:

“We have found the videos to be of a very high standard and very professional.”

Brian Hilton, CIC (Community Integrated Care)