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Why You Should Organise Regular Workplace Fire Training

Why You Should Organise Regular Workplace Fire Training

Just like the CFA and MFB reminders to change your smoke alarm batteries when daylight savings comes around, we like to give all our clients a gentle nudge about workplace fire safety training.

As with any type of training – such as First Aid or OHS – fire safety is at its most effective when reviewed on a regular basis, whether that’s every six months or annually, but you should also think about running an onsite fire training course if you’ve had a recent additions to your workplace team.

Why should you organise regular workplace fire training in Melbourne? Well, we’re glad you asked! 

Not only will fire safety training keep your onsite team and site visitors safer from the risk of fire related injury, it will also give everyone you work with the confidence and awareness to identify, alert and react to potentially dangerous situations within your commercial premises.

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As well as the steps they should take to manage a fire event, participants will learn practical skills like how to handle, hold and operate a fire extinguisher, what a smoke alarm sounds like, and where they should go in the event of an evacuation.

We’ll also run through how the emergency services will respond, how to clearly communicate with your work colleagues and attending emergency personnel, and what each person’s responsibilities are during a fire emergency.

When you book workplace fire training in Melbourne through In2 Fire, we’ll run sessions with small groups of no more than 20 people at a time so everyone can see and hear the information they’ll need to know to keep them safe at work.

It’s easy to organise and could just save a life… so speak to our fire equipment services team today about workplace fire safety training by giving us a call today!

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