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Fire Safety Training for Theatres & Museums

Theatres, museums, cinemas and similar premises typically see thousands of visitors every month and need to ensure everyone’s safety. At 1st Attendance we provide fire safety training for theatres and other venues to prepare all staff for any eventuality.

We ensure your staff knows how to deal with a fire emergency and we provide advanced training for fire marshals. We also teach practical fire-fighting techniques with simulators and extinguishers.

About Fire Safety training in Theatres & Museums

Fire Training for Museums

Who can take part in Fire Safety within the premises?

All staff working in the theatre or museum can take part in the training. Our fire safety training sessions are a short but thorough introduction to everything you need to know to keep your workplace safe. 

We can adapt our sessions to suit all the members of staff, teaching them how fires start, spread and how to prevent them. We also assign them key responsibilities so that everyone knows what they have to do in the event of a fire.

Which type of buildings do the fire safety regulations apply to?

The regulation applies to buildings including:

  • Theatres
  • Cinemas
  • Multi screen cinemas
  • Concert halls
  • Museums
  • Galleries
Fire Training for Theatres

Join our satisfied customers

Our fire safety can be trailer designed to suit your theatre and cinema complex. 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.  

Cinemas – Museums – Theatres – Playhouses

  • Aardman Animations
  • The Oxford Playhouse
  • The Salisbury Playhouse
  • Aldwych Theatre

Why you need fire safety training for working in a theatres and museums

“Theatre fire forces more than 1,000 people to evacuate popular West End show”

“Firefighters were scrambled to a cinema in north London after a blaze started ripping through the roof of the building.”

“More than 100 firefighters have been battling to save a collection of artefacts from a London museum that went up in flames.”

What staff members can take part in the theatres and museums fire safety training?

Fire Safety Training Course certificate
  • Stage crew members
  • Box office staff
  • Ushers
  • Museum protection staff
  • Cloakroom attendants
  • Admin staff
  • Managers
  • Food runner
  • Cleaners
  • Supervisors

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