Several additional PEME personnel have successfully completed Fire Marshall training. The aim of the course was to provide formal training so that, should a fire break out at work, either at PEME or one of our client’s sites, they would have the knowledge and skills to deal with it appropriately.
The Fire Marshall training was provided by UK Fire Training and was organised by Caroline Louth-Burns (PEME HR Administrator) who said “This training helps to demonstrate to our client’s that our staff have good fire safety awareness and ensures they know what is required of them to prevent a fire or deal with one should it happen”. Caroline is shown taking an active part in the training and couldn’t wait to get her hands on the Fire Marshall’s helmet.
The role of the Fire Marshall is important as they have several responsibilities:
- Conduct fire checks
- Give fire inductions
- Keep vital records
- Perform fire drills and real evacuations
- Use fire extinguishers safely and correctly
This latest course was attended by: Steffan Wilson, Philip Selley, Connor Mills, Lewis Cosgrove, Aaron Parker, Jack Speechley, Rhys Thomas and James Henson.