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Fire Warden Training Glasgow

Fire Warden Training Glasgow

Onguard Fire Protection‘s comprehensive Fire Warden Training in Glasgow covers identifying hazards, managing emergencies, and safe evacuations. Fire warden training prepares individuals to handle fire safety in the workplace. This training benefits employees, employers, and those responsible for fire safety in public spaces. Our course promotes safety awareness, emergency response, and legal compliance.

Fire warden safety training can help companies comply with legal requirements and avoid penalties or legal liabilities in case of a fire emergency.

When Do You Need Fire Warden Training?

In Scotland, UK, the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 places a legal duty on employers to ensure the safety of employees and others in case of fire emergencies. Fire warden training is a vital aspect of this duty and enables businesses to nominate competent persons to manage fire safety. Failure to comply with this law can lead to severe penalties and, more importantly, jeopardise the safety of people and property.

Fire warden training should be conducted periodically, with regular refresher courses to ensure employees are up-to-date with the latest safety procedures.

Keep Your Business & Staff Safe!

Regular fire safety assessments are essential to identify and minimise potential fire hazards in your business. Without them, poor equipment, lack of training, and incompetence can lead to property damage, injuries, and even fatalities. At Onguard Fire Protection, our qualified assessors can help you stay compliant and protect your business and employees from the devastating effects of fires.

What’s included on a Fire Warden Training Course?

Our comprehensive Fire Warden Safety Training course covers the following nine key areas to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to manage fire safety in the workplace:

  • Identifying fire hazards
  • Conducting fire risk assessments
  • Developing emergency plans
  • Conducting safe evacuations
  • Using fire extinguishers
  • Managing fire safety equipment
  • Maintaining fire safety records
  • Liaising with emergency services
  • Training and educating employees

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Extinguish The Risk

How the Right Fire Extinguisher Can Save Lives and Property

Using the right extinguisher for the right type of fire is crucial for effective fire safety. Different types of fires require different types of extinguishers, and using the wrong one can make the situation worse. It’s essential to understand the different classes of fires and the corresponding extinguisher types to maximise safety and minimise damage.

Different Types of Fire Extinguishers

CO2 Fire Extinguishers

CO2 extinguishers are the perfect choice for electrical fires and suitable for Class B fires.

Water-Fire Extinguishers

Water extinguishers are exceptional when it comes to putting out Class A fires in schools, hotels, shops and business premises.

Powder Fire Extinguishers

Dry powder extinguishers are reliable for external risks and can be good for Class A, B and even C fires, fully protecting public areas and building sites.

Wet Chemical Extinguishers

Wet chemical extinguishers can are great at fighting and eliminating Class F fires, due to cooking oils & fats.


Foam extinguishers are extremely versatile, they help to keep Class A & Class B fires at bay, as well as threatening liquid fires.

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About Glasgow & The Local Area

Glasgow, located in the west of Scotland, is the largest city in the country and offers visitors a vibrant mix of culture, history, and modern amenities. The city is famous for its museums, galleries, and architecture, including the Gothic-style Glasgow Cathedral and the futuristic OVO Hydro arena. The surrounding area boasts stunning natural landscapes, such as Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

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Contact OnGuard Fire Protection

At OnGuard Fire Protection, our team has extensive experience and is available to assist you in Glasgow and other areas of Scotland. We offer a range of fire safety services, including fire warden training, fire risk assessments, provision of fire extinguishers, and guidance from fire safety professionals. To get in touch, call us directly at 0800 061 4234 or use our convenient contact form.