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Fire Warden (Dublin)

Upcoming Dates

For upcoming dates please contact us on 01 891 6105 or 028 3839 8700

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Duration: 1/2 Day

Maximum 12 Candidates

Who Should Attend Fire Warden Training?

This programme is designed for responsible persons and duty holders in the workplace responsible for fire safety controls measures.

Aim of Fire Warden Training 

Provide the candidates with the necessary knowledge and tools to effectively perform and update a workplace fire risk assessment and implementation of specific duties for responsible persons.

Objective of Fire Warden Training 

By the end of the course candidates will be aware of the following:

  • Recall and relate current health and safety fire legislation.
  • Understand the key roles and responsibilities performed by Responsible Persons / Fire Wardens and Fire services.
  • Define the fire risk assessment process
  • Be able to effectively perform a workplace fire risk assessment.
Fire Warden Training Methods

A proportion of hands-on demonstrations and practical exercises, supplemented with classroom based tutorials.

  • Health & Safety at Work Act/ Order.
  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations.
  • Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order and DSEAR.
  • The Fire Safety (NI) Regulations
Additional Information

All candidates attending the course must bring suitable personal protective clothing such as safety helmets, protective boots, gloves, and a Hi-Vis jacket or vest.

For training held on site please ensure you make available a classroom suitable for the number of candidates attending, with a 240v power supply. Please ensure the practical area is free from harm, suitable for training and that it has been risk assessed. We often run this course at our premises and for our clients across Northern Ireland, the UK and Ireland at their premises or a suitable site of their choosing.

On the HSA ( Health and Safety Authority) website it sates in Section 8 of the 2005 Act mandates employers to engage the services of a competent person when deemed necessary. The definition of a competent person is outlined in Section 2(2) of the 2005 Act, stating that such an individual should possess adequate training, experience, and knowledge relevant to the specific task and the scale or potential risks associated with the undertaking.

Fire Warden
Fire Warden
Have a query about a course?
Send us a message or contact [email protected]


01 12 23


8:00 am - 6:00 pm


€80 + VAT
Cherry Orchard Industrial estate - Dublin 10

Training Location

Cherry Orchard Industrial estate - Dublin 10
Unit 17 Cherry Orchard Industrial estate Dublin 10 B10 VX93
Industry Training Services


Industry Training Services
028 3839 8700
[email protected]
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