Fire Marshal

The “Fire Marshal” refers to an individual hired by a municipality or appointed by a “Fire Chief” to manage the Fire Prevention Bureau with some or all the following duties:
  • Public Fire Safety Education. School programs, flyers, safety camp, fire station open house and other contacts with the public for educational purposes.
  • Code Enforcement. Adopt and enforce state and local ordinances to make their jurisdiction a safer place to live, work and play.
  • Fire Inspections. Follow up on complaints, inspect new occupancies and conduct fire and life safety inspections of existing buildings and their contents to reduce hazards.
  • Fire Investigation. Often called on to conduct fire investigations to determine where a fire started and what caused it. When fires are determined to have been intentionally set, the fire marshal becomes an “expert witness” preparing a case for prosecution.
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Course overview

What Will I Study in This Marshal (Fire Warden) Online Course?

This Marshal (Fire Warden) online course covers the role of the designated fire marshal. Delegates will learn about preventing fires and learn about the different types of fire extinguishers and how to use them correctly.


What Are the Responsibilities of a Fire Warden?

During normal day-to-day operations, a fire marshal will usually carry out the following tasks:
  • Conduct periodic fire risk assessments
  • Update fire risk assessments and fire protocols if workplace conditions change
  • Ensure all fire evacuation routes are unobstructed
  • Dispose of any materials that pose a fire risk
  • Ensure that all flammable or hazardous materials are stored correctly
  • Ensure that all fire safety signs are visible
  • Ensure that all fire evacuation signs are in working order
  • Make certain that all firefighting equipment is in working order and stored correctly
  • Check that fire detection equipment and fire alarms are in working order
  • Delegate duties to nominated deputies with appropriate training
  • Plan and map fire evacuation routes
  • Establish fire assembly points
  • Organise and conduct fire drills
  • Train new employees on fire safety protocols
  • Provide refresher training on fire safety protocols for existing employees
  • Check that all electrical connections comply with fire safety regulations
  • Keep a record of all fire safety activities

What Will I Learn in This Online Fire Training

In this fire warden online training, you will learn how to:
  • Identify common fire hazards
  • Assess risks associated with fire
  • Manage safely
  • Prevent fires
  • Handle fire emergencies
  • Properly use fire equipment and PPE
  • Think critically in the event of a fire
  • Effectively use fire fighting equipment
  • Fulfill your role as a fire marshal/warden in the workplace

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