In recent news, the disaster of the Grenfell Tower has triggered emergency safety review across UK's 4,000 high-rises with claims of the results being 100% failure on 60 high-rise safety tests. 

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRO) legislation is actively ensuring business owners and management are responsible for the safety of their staff.

The new, risk-assessment based regime requires employers to take action to prevent fires and protect against death and injury of employees and relevant persons, should a fire occur.

First Rate Training offer a complete training programme to educate and train staff, managers and business owners in fire safety, with the added first-hand experience of our fire fighting personnel.

Our fire safety team have a wealth of professional experience from working extensively within fire services across the UK gaining the utmost knowledge of real life scenarios, that many have managed fire safety departments and regional brigades.

The courses that are available with First Rate Training are:

•          Fire Warden (½ day)

•          Fire Warden With Practical Use Of Extinguishers (¾ day)

•          Fire Legislation (½ day)

•          Fire Risk Assessment (1 day)

•          Fire Safety For Managers (1 day)

We understand that every business is different, and can offer Bespoke Fire Safety Courses to meet the requirements set in each organisation. 

"the owner of First Rate Training, has been instrumental in the development of our fire management system and has shown great knowledge and customer service throughout the process. His administrator Rebecca Morris and Fire Risk Assessor both "go the extra mile" to help us achieve our assessment programmes and nothing is too much trouble."

Richard Derrick (Building Services Contract Manager), Knightstone Housing Association

If you would like any additional information regarding Fire Safety Courses with First Rate Training, please do not hesitate to contact Rebecca at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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