Appointing fire marshals
When appointing fire marshals, the employer should consider the following factors:
Training fire marshals
Fire marshals should receive comprehensive training on fire safety procedures and their responsibilities. The training should cover the following topics:
In addition to the above topics, fire marshals may also need to be trained on specific fire safety equipment or procedures that are used in the workplace. For example, if the workplace has a complex fire alarm system, fire marshals will need to be trained on its operation and features.
Ongoing training and support
Fire marshals should receive regular refresher training on fire safety procedures. This will help them to stay up to date on the latest fire safety regulations and best practices. Fire marshals should also be provided with support from the employer, such as access to resources and training opportunities.
Tips for appointing and training effective fire marshals
By appointing and training effective fire marshals, employers can help to ensure the safety of their employees and visitors in the event of a fire.
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