Tolley's Fire Safety Training Manual

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LexisNexis, 2003 - House & Home - 192 pages
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Employers have a statutory duty to provide a fire safety induction and regular fire safety awareness training for their staff. Tolley's Fire Safety Training Manual aims to demystify fire safety law and define where fire safety training fits within the overall fire safety responsibility of organisations.

Tolley's Fire Safety Training Manual is a unique guide on all aspects of fire safety training and is aimed at all those with responsibility for conducting fire safety training, in particular health and safety managers, fire safety managers and facilities professionals.

Highly practical and user-friendly, the Manual is split into three parts:

Part one - General Approach to Fire Safety Training
This section provides an overview of fire safety legislation, an evaluation of training objectives and evaluates the different options on offer to a fire safety trainer.
Part two - Training Modules
This section is a step-by-step guide to undertaking training, providing clear and easy to use information in a module format with supporting trainer's notes. Industry-specific fire information is also provided in this section.
Part three - Supporting information
This section provides further training notes and guidance for the trainer and includes FAQ's and a selection of post-course questionnaires.

Tolley's Fire Safety Training Manual will provide your organisation with guidance and essential information for both the trainer and those being trained.

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About the author (2003)

Dan Sullivan is a very experienced and well-qualified fire safety professional who served for 25 years in local authority fire brigades, some ten of those years as a fire safety inspecting officer. With this thorough grounding in the subject - and a subsequent career with fire engineering and risk management consultants, Lawrence Webster Forrest - Dan has gone on to acquire an enviable portfolio of training and communication achievements, including a Postgraduate Certificate in Education and many attainments in he field of public speaking (he is an active member of Toastmasters International). This passion for communicating has led to the development and presentation of a huge range of fire safety courses - again in both the public and private sectors and success in meeting the training needs of employers and their workforces all over the country. Dan has written for professional journals and magazines, worked on community education campaigns and hosted national and international conferences for both business and leisure purposes.

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