Fire Safety Training for Places of Assembly
All places of assembly need to comply with fire safety regulations, from small public houses accommodating a small number of people to stadiums where thousands of people can gather.
Places of assembly have a high level of responsibility when it comes to fire prevention and training. Because of this, in our courses we ensure your staff undergo the best fire safety training to comply with the regulations.
The 1st Attendance team can go directly to your workplace to train your staff on fire prevention, exit routes, fire extinguishers and more.
About Fire Safety training for Places of Assembly
Who can take part in fire safety within the premises?
All employees, managers and owners of the places of assembly can take part in the training. By the end of the course, your staff will be fully equipped to deal with an emergency situation and assist everyone in the premises to leave the building safely.
Who do the fire safety regulations apply to?
The regulation applies to all premises used as places of assembly:
- Clubs and large nightclubs
- Village halls and community centres
- Churches, cathedrals and other religious centres
- Marquees and tents
- Sports stadia
- Exhibition and conference centres
- Community centres and village halls
- Common areas of shopping malls
Join our satisfied customers
Our fire safety can be trailer designed to suit your place of assembly. Key responsibilities will be established so every member of staff is fully aware of fire prevention and what to do in the unlikely event of a fire.
Churches – Leisure and Sports Centres – Inns – Clubs
Why you need fire safety training for working in a place of assembly
What staff members can take part in the place of assembly fire safety training?
- Village Hall Clerk
- Waiting Staff
- Committee Members
- Operations Director
- Marketing Staff
- Nightclub Owners
Just some of our satisfied customers
Club 3000 Bingo
David Ross Education
Hotel Du Vin
Avon Wildlife Trust
Mill Rythe Park
Housing for Women