Fire Safety FAQs | Virtual College
Find out more about our key Fire Safety topics with our in depth FAQs. Fire is the probably the biggest risk to life that most people face at work, with around 50 people being killed and over 2000 seriously injured every year. To minimise the risk of fire in the workplace, it is vital that everyone is aware of the common causes of fire and the appropriate actions to take in the event of a fire, including how to escape safely from the scene.
Fire Safety FAQ selection.
Choose one of our Fire Safety Subject below and get answers to the most common questions.
Fire Safety FAQs
Get answers to general Fire safety Questions, including what is Fire Safety and top Fire Safety Tips.
Fire Safety Equipment FAQs
Get information on key Fire Safety Equipment and find out how a Fire Protection System works.
Fire Safety Signs & Symbols FAQs
Learn the most important signs and symbols in Fire Safety, such as the different fire extinguishers labels.
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Health and Safety Expertise
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We offer a wide range of health and safety training courses and solutions, including manual handling in the workplace, fire safety and first aid at work.
Fire Safety Courses
Check out our range of Online Fire Safety Training courses and ensure you and your employees are compliant with fire training regulations.
Fire Safety Training
Employers are legally required to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace. This online fire safety course helps you to meet this obligation by providing your staff with the knowledge and understanding required to act safely in the event of a fire in the workplace.
Fire Safety for Fire Marshals and Wardens Training
Employers are legally required by Fire Safety Regulations (The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005) to provide information, instruction and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace.