Fire Kills... Ignorance Kills... Cuts Kill... Fire Training Saves Lives
No Shortcuts to TrainingIt’s your 3am nightmare. The building and business you left behind a fewhours ago no longer exist. It’s just now a glowing, smouldering wreck.Fire Kills. Ignorance Kills. Cuts Kill. Loss of income and customers is badenough. But if your business involves people you could not only be facing thefull horror of loss of life but also serious prosecution. Last year over 400people died in fires, a horror that could cost you everything and live withyou long after the flames have died.Many of these people died unnecessarily. Lack of training, hand in handwith lack of knowledge, leads to panic. Panic leads to death.The implementation of the regulatory reform order 2005 states thatresponsibility for fire safety is now the business owners. Budget cuts areleading to dilution of fire safety education yet legislation and prosecutionsare increasing.There are people who can offer safety training at a price. But this is oftenunregulated, unprofessional and may not protect you from prosecutionor your employees from danger.Titan Safety Training, in line with its belief that safety is an absolute, havepartnered with one of the UK leaders in fire safety training, Royal BerkshireFire and Rescue Training Ltd, to produce safety training that goes above andbeyond just “ticking boxes” and produced accreditation that is recognised atNVQ level as part of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Award.Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Training Ltd and Titan Safety Training sharethe same values, that safety is an absolute, no shortcuts, no compromises,just a total commitment to safety.When it takes just seconds to lose a life to smoke inhalation, why wouldyou settle for anything but the best?So, if you take fire safety training as seriously as Titan Safety Training andRoyal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Training Ltd, then we should be talking.Its clear that we share the same beliefs that…Training Saves Lives
Flexible Training DeliveryAt your premises anywhere in the UK...Following significant investment, a fleet of specially equipped mobiletraining units can train your staff at your premises safely, effectively,and with minimum down time.All that you need to provide is a meeting room and a safe, designatedexternal area (approx the size of four vehicle parking spaces), and we willtake care of the rest.This brochure contains details of the range of training that can be deliveredat your premises, including recognised qualifications from CharteredInstitute of Environmental Health (CIEH) training.Bespoke Training CoursesIf your Fire Risk Assessment details specific matters relating to yourpremises activities, generic instructions will not be good enough – as it isvital that all relevant persons are suitably trained as to what to do in theevent of a fire.Bespoke fire safety training for industrial and commercial premises, carehomes, schools, hospitals, hotels, nightclubs, automotive, are just a smallselection of what is possible.With the equipment and resources of the learning & development centre,in Reading, we can accommodate most fire safety training needs, includingfirst responder and emergency team refresher training.Help is only a phone call away to assist with your bespoke trainingrequirements - delivered by the experts.
Why choose Titan?What do we do that everybody else does?TrainingWhat do we do that many others don’t do?Accredited CoursesCourse content and syllabus approved by OFQUAL (Office of Qualifications and ExaminationsRegulation). Courses approved by OFQUAL establish a standard by which other courses can’tbe compared.Chartered Institute of Environmental Health registered coursesTogether with Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Training Ltd we will be delivering CIEH courses.To deliver an accredited course requires a registered training centre, appointed registeredand suitable qualified trainers also audits and examinations on our deliveries. In other words thismakes our delivery of the qualification valuable to successful candidates.Courses which deliver NVQ CreditsOur courses allow delegates to gain NVQ credits that they could continue on in order to attaina full modular vocational course.Solid partnership with a leading Fire Authority who deliver the trainingCompared to other companies, our training is delivered by a leading Fire Authority. Profits madefrom the courses delivered will go back into the Fire Authority (after suffering from GovernmentCuts) which is a major incentive.What do we do better than others?In-depth and knowledgeable coursesWe provide full-day as well as half-day courses.Above the line experienceCourses delivered by professional and experienced ex-firefighters who have one objective –to ensure your safety is an absolute.Joined up service A I NING Clients at Titan benefit from the choice that our ‘Circle of Safety’ provides TR for compliance to fire regulations, meaning we can service, train or assess ASSESS your fire safety arrangements and precautions as one unit.ICES RV M SE ENT West London Docklands & East City of LondonT +44 (0)844 5044 999 1 Swan Wharf Bridge House Bridge HouseE firstname.lastname@example.org Waterloo Road 3 Mills London Uxbridge Three Mills Lane SE1 9QRW www.titansafetytraining.com Middlesex UB8 2RA London E3 3DU
Accredited Training CoursesCIEH Level 1 Award in Fire Safety Awareness – Half Day CourseOFQUAL accredited course (requiring a minimum 60% pass mark) A. An introduction to fire safety and what to do in the event of an emergency. Candidates should develop general knowledge and understanding of fire safety in the workplace and be able to: • State the main causes and effects of fires in the workplace and outline the main costs of fires to society. • State their duties and responsibilities and those to fire wardens on a day-to-day basis and in an emergency. • State the fire safety procedures applicable to their own role and the roles of others. • Describe the action to be taken in the event of a fire in the workplace, raising the alarm and contacting the emergency services. • Outline fire prevention measures that they can take to minimize fire risks… B. Fire risk control Candidates should develop a foundation of knowledge of the risk controls associated with fire in the workplace and be able to: • Identify the key elements for effective fire risk management in the workplace, including fire risk assessment. • Understand the fire triangle and identify sources of ignition, fuel and oxygen, and how these are controlled. • Identify active and passive fire risk control measures, including fire and smoke warning devices, manual calling points, compartmentation, emergency lighting, fire safety signs and means of escape. • Identify fire incidents and report fire safety issues to their line manager. C. Practical fire safety Candidates should develop knowledge of the main types of fire safety equipment and be able to: • State the safe operating parameters for the use of portable fire-fighting equipment. • Undertake a simple check to ensure that fire safety equipment is serviceable and safe to use.CIEH Level 2 Award in Fire Safety Principles (Fire Warden) – One Day CourseOFQUAL accredited course (requiring a minimum 60% pass mark) A. Understanding fire risk and fire risk controls Candidates should develop knowledge and understanding of fire risk and control and be able to: • Explain how fires are caused in the workplace; understand the fire triangle that may be found in the workplace. • Identify the hazards during or after a fire, including the products of combustion. • Describe the characteristics of fire and smoke spread. • State the different methods used to identify and control fire hazards and identify relevant limiting factors. • Define the term ‘means of escape’ and identify typical components, including the principle of compartmentation. • Describe methods of fire detection and raising the alarm. • Describe how fires are extinguished and the safe operating parameters and use of portable fire-fighting equipment. • Identify common fixed fire-fighting systems and their operation.
Accredited Training Courses B. Principles and practice of fire safety Candidates should develop knowledge and understanding for the principles and practice of fire safety and be able to: • Outline the main legislation in the UK for the management of fire safety in the workplace and key terminology used. • Outline the legal duties of an employer and an employee with respect to fire safety in the workplace. • Describe the stages involved in a fire risk assessment. • Understand how to undertake a simple fire safety inspection of their workplace to an acceptable level. C. The role of the fire warden Candidates should develop knowledge and understanding of the role of the nominated fire warden and be able to: • State the role and function of the fire warden in their workplace: 1. On a day-to-day basis- to include checking fire risk controls that remain active. 2. During an emergency- to include how to raise the alarm, contact the emergency services and what they should do in order to protect themselves and others in the area for which they have responsibility. 3. What to do if they are not in their designated areas of responsibility when the alarm is raised. • Provide an introduction briefing for new employees in their area of responsibility to ensure that those people know: 1. How to raise the alarm and what action they should take. 2. Where the fire exits and fire safety features are located in their workplace.CIEH Level 3 Award in Fire Risk Assessment and Control – Four Day CourseOFQUAL accredited course (requiring 60% pass mark)This course is designed for those with a key role in managing health and safety. Those personsdesignated or in the delegated role of the “Responsible Person” will benefit directly from thisOFQUAL accredited course. The substantial four day program delivers practical risk assessmentexercises and establishes a sound knowledge basis for legal compliance when carrying outrisk assessment.VenueAll courses will take place at the Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Learning and Development centre.Alternatively contact us for a quotation for course delivery at your premises anywhere in the UK. In partnership with
Safety Training CoursesFire Risk Assessment Training – One Day CourseAn introductory course for Managers with responsibility for fire safety implementation designed to enablethe delegates to conduct fire risk assessments in the workplace to comply with Fire Safety Legislation.This course delivers a Royal Berkshire Fire and Safety Training Ltd attendance certificate. (see also CIEHaccredited courses for Fire Risk Assessment)Fire Warden 1.0 – One Day CourseThis course delivers both an accredited qualification, CIEH Level 2 Fire Safety Principles award anda Royal Berkshire Fire and Safety Training Ltd attendance certificate for those persons who haveresponsibilities as Fire Wardens or Fire Marshalls. This course contains interactive classroom exercisesand involvement in practical demonstrations. Completion of this course meets the mandatoryrequirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and additionally qualifies for a RoyalBerkshire Fire and Safety Training Ltd attendance certificate. A 60% minimum pass rate is set toachieve this award. (see also CIEH accredited Fire Safety Courses)Fire Warden 0.5 – Half Day CourseThis course delivers a Royal Berkshire Fire and Safety Training Ltd attendance certificate for thosepersons who have responsibilities as Fire Wardens or Fire Marshalls. This course includes practicaldemonstrations. Completion of this course meets the mandatory requirements of the Regulatory Reform(Fire Safety) Order 2005. (see also CIEH accredited Fire Safety Courses)Fire Warden Refresher – Half Day CourseThis course delivers a Royal Berkshire Fire and Safety Training Ltd attendance certificate for thosepersons who have responsibilities as Fire Wardens or Fire Marshalls and have an existing qualificationor certificate. This course includes extended practical demonstrations dependant upon the venue andequipment availability. Completion of this course meets the mandatory requirements of the RegulatoryReform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. (see also CIEH accredited Fire Safety Courses)Fire Extinguisher Training – Half Day CourseThis course delivers a Royal Berkshire Fire and Safety Training Ltd attendance certificate for any personwho may need to use extinguishers in the event of fire. The course integrates with the Royal Berkshire Fireand Safety Training Ltd half-day fire warden courses, includes training on selection and hands on practicalexperience in the use of extinguishers. Completion of this course will also provide delegates with themandatory requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to act as the Fire Marshall.(see also CIEH Fire Safety Courses)Emergency First Aid at Work (HSE Approved) – One day courseUK health and safety legislation requires employers to train first aid in the workplace. This course deliversthe basic HSE course, which is an accredited qualification. For clarity, this course supersedes and replacesthe previous appointed person requirements. The resulting qualification is valid for three years but issubject to continued assessment.Manual Handling – Half Day CourseHealth and safety at work training helps to prevent serious injury in the work place. This course introducesthe basic requirements to raise staff awareness and simple precautions that can assist in the preventionof musculo-skeletal disorders (MSD).
No shortcuts to safety.Circle of Safety A I NING TR ASSESSICES RV M SE ENT West London Docklands & East City of LondonT +44 (0)844 5044 999 1 Swan Wharf Bridge House Bridge HouseE email@example.com Waterloo Road 3 Mills London Uxbridge Three Mills Lane SE1 9QRW www.titansafetytraining.com Middlesex UB8 2RA London E3 3DUFire Safety Matters Ltd. Registered No 02659955 Registered Office: Bridge House, London SE1 9QRPrinted on environmentally friendly paper from a renewable source.