TRI People.

There is a need to ensure that your staff are trained regarding the action to take in the event of a fire in your premises. Equally as important is the concept of fire prevention and the fostering of a culture of good practice. 

Staff should receive fire safety training upon induction and at regular intervals thereafter, to ensure compliance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. 

We can deliver fire safety training of a high standard, tailored to the requirements of your business and staff. Our training will ensure that you are compliant with the staff training requirments of your regulatory authority. We are also available to support new and existing managers in carrying their obligations under fire safety legislation. 

We do not believe that such training should be expensive. We do believe that it should be interesting, current and should conform to the relevant legislation.


A basic course for all staff, lasting approximately one and a half hours.

 How fires start and spread.

How you can help to prevent fire.

Arson prevention.

Human behaviour.

Fire precautions and fire extinguishers.

Safe evacuation.



Approximately a three hour course to enable nominated staff to supervise fire precautions and procedures. (Includes practical extinguisher training)

Causes and the effects of fire, heat and smoke.

Legislation – responsibilities of employees.

Human behaviour in fire and emergency situations.

Means of escape, fire doors, emergency lighting, fire alarm systems, and assembly point.

Fire Action Plan. How to conduct a fire drill.

Evacuation procedure.

Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets – awareness and practical use.

Fire Prevention – how staff can contribute to a safe environment



For staff with supervisory/managerial roles. Approximately one and a half hours.

Fire safety legislation. Responsibilities of managers

The Fire Risk Assessment process.

What to expect from a fire safety inspection.

Promoting a fire safety culture in the workplace.

Recording and reporting systems.