Fire Marshal/Warden Training

Fire Marshal / Warden Training

Training Overview:

Training will take into account the findings of your fire risk assessment ( where conducted by Adena ) and will be designed to be easily understood by all those attending.

Fire Safety & Extinguisher Training is based around the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and will include:

  • The actual role and responsibilities of a fire warden
  • Any fire hazards within, or associated with, your premises
  • The general fire protection measures installed in your premises
  • Actions to take in the event of discovering a fire
  • Actions to take on hearing the fire alarm signal
  • The use of the portable fire extinguishing equipment installed in your premises
  • Management of fire safety in the work place
  • Fire safety in the home


Duration and Structure:

Approx. 3 hours. Training will consist of:

  1. Theoretical content – PowerPoint presentation/group discussion – classroom-based
  2. Practical – where space is available, Adena Fire can bring the live fire simulator for delegates to have a hands-on experience of putting out a fire with extinguishers
  3. Summary of course content
  4. Q&A
  5. Certificates for each delegate, following the course



Your premises or at a central training venue provided by Adena Fire. Click here for more information about our Off-Site Fire Warden/Fire Marshall Training.


  1. Room for presentation
  2. Outdoors space for live fire demonstration, where required


Applicable to:

Staff with added responsibilities, as Fire Marshal/Wardens in your fire emergency plan, should receive this training.

All staff require training in what to do in the event of a fire and is a requirement under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The actions of staff, if a fire occurs, are likely to be crucial to their safety and that of other people in the premises.