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Fire safety is really important for everybody and is everyone’s concern. It really is, quite literally, a case of life and death. So, if you and your colleagues want to stay safe at work, and you have recently taken our full fire safety course and want to keep the information fresh, then this refresher course is for you. You might also be a fire warden or designated ‘responsible person’. If that’s the case, you definitely need to pay attention, because it’s your responsibility and part of your job.
Fire is no joke, especially in the workplace. It’s so important to be able to identify different types of fire safety equipment, know where it is, and how to use it in case of emergency. And if that emergency did come to pass, you’d need to know how to escape safely. But prevention is always the best place to start. So, being able to reduce the risk of fire in your workspace by adjusting your behaviour to comply with fire safety legislation and regulations, and storing and using hazardous substances safely, is vital.
It’s human instinct to fear fire. And with good reason. It’s hot and horribly dangerous. Unfortunately, you probably work in a place surrounded by flammable things. Go on, have a look around. Paper? Check. Electricals? Check. Oh dear. These things, and plenty of other things, have the potential to ignite and become a big problem for you and your colleagues.
Thankfully, this refresher course is here to save the day by testing your knowledge of all things fire. We’re not trying to catch you out, and your answers won’t be held against you. Anything answered incorrectly triggers an opportunity to fill in any fire safety gaps in your knowledge.
As a refresher course, you’re not going to be able to learn everything that you’ll need to stay safe here. But this course isn’t designed for that. It’s supposed to be an addition to our full fire safety course, and reiterates the key points from that course. So, be sure to take that one first. This is a follow up short course, and doesn’t follow a theme or story. But what it does do is offer a series of questions to test learners’ knowledge.
If questions are answered correctly, then the learner moves to the next level, and onwards until the course is completed. If questions are answered incorrectly, then learners must watch a relevant part of the course again. It’s wonderfully put together and keeps everyone engaged throughout.