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Fire Safety Training for Sleeping Accommodation

Sleeping accommodation areas are subject to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 as well as the general duty of employee health and safety placed on employers in the Health and safety at Work Act 1974.

There is a high level of responsibility within the hospitality industry, so we will ensure your staff undergo the best fire safety training to comply with these regulations.

At 1st Attendance we can bring our skilled and experienced team to your workplace and adapt all our training sessions to suit you and your team.

About Fire Safety training for Sleeping Accommodation

Fire Training for Sleeping Accommodation

Who can take part in fire safety within the premises?

Everyone within the sleeping accommodation premises can take part in the training. We have designed our fire safety courses to suit everyone, from owners and managers to employees and occupiers of the premises. 

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.

Who do the fire safety regulations apply to?

The regulation applies to all sleeping accommodation premises, including:

  • Hotels
  • Houses in multiple occupation
  • Flats and maisonettes
  • Sheltered accommodation where care is not provided
  • Bed and breakfasts and guest houses
  • Holiday chalets, holiday flat complexes
  • Camping, caravan and holiday parks
  • Work places where staff ‘sleeping in’ is a condition of the employment
Fire Training for Sleeping Accommodation

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Our fire safety can be trailer designed to suit your sleeping accommodation. 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.  

Hotels – Country Spa

  • Swan Hotel
  • Town Hall Hotel
  • K&K Hotel
  • Malmaison
  • Life House Country Spa
  • Carbis Bay Hotel
  • Statham Lodge Hotel
  • South Crest Manor Hotel
  • Alexandra Hotel
  • Cheltenham Chase Hotel
  • Edgbaston Palace Hotel
  • Kensington Hotel
  • Corus Hotel
  • George Hotel
  • Redcar Hotel
  • Dorset Square Hotel

Why you need fire safety training for working in a Sleeping Accommodation premises

“About 100 firefighters battled a fire at a five-storey hotel in west London where 162 guests and staff were evacuated.”

“The owners of a Cornish hotel destroyed by fire have been fined £80,000 and ordered to pay £62,000 costs for failing to meet fire safety standards.”

“Six people were treated for minor injuries after staff and guests were evacuated from a burning seafront hotel in Eastbourne.”

What staff members can take part in the Sleeping Accommodation fire safety training?

Fire Safety Training Course certificate
  • Hotel Managers
  • B&B Owners
  • Cleaner
  • Admin Staff
  • Catering Staff
  • Waiting Staff

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