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Training


Welcome to our training page where you will be able to arrange training for your site staff. Whatever your training needs are, we offer training modules for you to demonstrate that your staff have been trained and externally verified to the highest standards. We cover Risk assessment, basic fire awareness, fire Marshall/warden training, Spill response and Vapour recovery stage 1b emergency response procedures.

Basic Fire Awareness:

Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO) 2005 all employers have a duty to train their staff with regard fire safety and Emergency evacuation (Fire Drills). We supply fire awareness training that can be studied through the back shift and slow shifts. This means that when your staff are ready to take the on-line test they log into an external site and take their test. This means there is no down time, travelling costs or hotel bills and reduces your carbon footprint.

Fire Marshall/Warden:

The majority of forecourts in the UK's staffing levels would dictate that the need for Fire Marshalls/Wardens would not be necessary. If you operate a larger site where your risk assessment dictates that a Marshall/Warden would be required, we offer self study and on-line testing courses that are specially tailored for you. 

Risk Assessment: 

HSE states that "Risk assessment is not about creating huge amounts of paperwork, but rather about identifying sensible measures to control the risks in your workplace, to protect your employees, but your risk assessment will help you decide whether you  have covered all you need to. You need to think about how accidents and ill health could happen and concentrate on real risks, those risks that are most likely and which will cause the most harm". Our no nonsense risk assessment course will equip you or your staff with the information and knowledge to carry out your risk assessments in a structured methodical way.

Emergency action Plans:

We also supply dedicated forecourt emergency procedure notices for your site that have been developed in conjunction with one of the countries Local Authority (LA) Environmental Health Officers (EHO). Emergency procedure plan notices are available for:

1.Spill response:

2.Vapour Recovery Stage 1b; and 

3.Fire evacuation.