JC Safety Training Ltd. provide two separate courses in fire safety training and fire warden training to educate learners on the dangers of fires in their workplace and the role of the fire warden.
Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005, employers have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of their employees in the workplace.
Our basic fire safety course will enable participants to understand the causes of fires while our specialised warden training allows individuals to take on greater responsibility thanks to their newly acquired skills and knowledge.
On completion of our courses, participants will receive a JC Safety Training Ltd. certificate of attendance which is valid for two to three years depending on the course you choose. Certificates will certify a participant's successful completion of theoretical and practical assessments.
Assist in the management of evacuation procedures and carrying out drills (warden)
Know their evacuation procedures
Know what to do in the event of fires
List the duties of the Fire Warden
Select the most appropriate fire extinguisher
Understand the three components necessary to create fire
What is the cost of enrolling in the course?
The cost of our fire safety training course is €60 per person but group discounts are available. Whereas warden training is priced at €115 per person and group discounts are also available. Please do not hesitate to contact JC Safety Training Ltd. about any questions you have in relation to our courses.
Is there a limit on group numbers for your courses?
Both courses can have a maximum of 12 people in attendance. Participants will complete their basic awareness course in three hours while warden courses will take one day to complete.