Fire Safety Toolbox Talk

Our Fire Safety Toolbox Talk explores fire safety in the workplace and safe evacuation procedures

Key Learning Points:

  • The causes of workplace fires
  • How to prevent fires at work
  • How to use the right fire extinguisher
  • Safe evacuation procedures
  • The role of fire wardens
Fire Safety Toolbox Talk
Fire Safety Toolbox Talk
Fire Safety Toolbox Talk
Fire Safety Toolbox Talk
Fire Safety Toolbox Talk
Fire Safety Toolbox Talk
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Course Overview

Take this course to learn about: How Fires Start, Fire Extinguishers and Fire Evacuation Procedures. Our Fire Safety Toolbox Talk is a multimedia facilitation resource for training a small group on the basics of fire safety in the workplace and fire regulations.

Split into three bite-sized modules, the course includes detailed facilitation notes to encourage discussion and learning on the topic.

Course Details

  • Course duration: 15 minutes
  • Part of our Fire Safety collection of courses
  • Toolbox Talk format for group discussion
  • Engaging and learner-friendly
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Course Contents

Our Fire Safety Toolbox Talk includes three sections. These are:

How fires start
How fires start
Almost all workplace fires are preventable by putting a few simple control measures in place. This toolbox talk explores the causes of fires and appropriate preventative measures, with resources and space for group discussions of the specific needs of your workplace.
Fire Extinguishers
Fire Extinguishers
If you find your exit blocked, you may have to use a fire extinguisher. It can be dangerous to use the wrong type of extinguisher on a fire so it is important to know which ones to use and when. This toolbox talk covers the basics of firefighting equipment.
Fire evacuation procedures
Fire evacuation procedures
In the case of a workplace fire, would you know how to evacuate safely and swiftly from where you are right now? This toolbox talk offers an overview of fire evacuation procedures and the role of fire wardens. It provides topics for discussion about workplace-specific fire safety.

Who Should Take This Course?

Our Fire Safety Toolbox Talk is a multimedia facilitation resource for training a small group on the basics of fire safety in the workplace and fire regulations. It is suitable for all employees.

  • Designated fire wardens
  • Fire officers
  • Health and safety officers
  • Office managers
  • Managers responsible for safety in the workplace

The Assessment

These resources are designed as a multimedia facilitation resource for training a small group. We recommend you download the facilitation notes from the Resources section and familiarise yourself with them in advance of the training session with your team. There are three toolbox talks – you can do them separately or as part of one session.

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The Importance of Fire Safety Training:

Fire safety is everyone's responsibility at work. Without proper fire safety training for employees, the risk of a fire starting and possibly injuring someone is greatly increased.

Under health and safety legislation, those responsible should carry out a fire risk assessment on the workplace and take measures to reduce the impact a fire could have. Safeguarding human life is the number one priority of all fire safety training, and that's why organisations are required to provide information and training on their company's fire safety policy to all their employees.

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FAQ's

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What causes workplace fires?
The most common cause of workplace fires is faulty or misused electrical appliances. Other causes of workplace fires include arson, smoking on the premises, poorly guarded premises with little fire detection equipment, and the incorrect storage of flammable materials. Almost every workplace fire is avoidable with the right control measures.
What do you do if a fire starts?
If a fire starts in the workplace, you should evacuate as quickly and safely as possible, without stopping to pick up belongings. Remember your fire safety training and follow your workplace’s emergency evacuation procedures. It is important not to panic but to take the fire alarm seriously, even if you suspect it is a false alarm.
How do you prepare for an emergency evacuation?
You prepare for an emergency evacuation in your workplace by making sure everyone knows the company process and follows it. Pay particular attention to employees who need a specialised plan due to mobility issues. Good quality fire safety training makes an orderly evacuation likely by ensuring everybody knows what they are supposed to be doing.

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