Fire Wardens Training


If the course is organised please go to ''Currently Organised Courses Category'' for the Date   
9:00 am - 1:00 pm


CMS Training Centre
St Andrew's House, 7 Argyris Eftaliotis Str., Limassol

Event Type


Appointing and training Fire Wardens / Marshals will provide the management, the opportunity, to significantly enhance fire prevention practices in the workplace, improve communications and share the workload in the implementation of robust fire safety management
‘’The actions of today will dictate the results of tomorrow…’’
Our bespoke, high standard Fire Wardens / Marshals Training Course aims to provide comprehensive, realistic and robust theoretical and practical training ensuring that your Fire Wardens / Marshals will appropriately prevent and manage a fire incident in the workplace.


Staff with managerial position within the company/organisation or any other designated employee.


Theoretical part:

Fire Risk Assessment (5 steps)

Fire Marshals and their Responsibilities

Fire Extinguishing measures and how/when to be used

Analyzing of company’s Emergency procedures and Evacuation plan

Practical part:

Preparation of Fire risk assessment identify hazards

Evacuating a room full of smoke

Use of Fire Extinguishers


All delegates – after having successfully completed the course, will be awarded with a certificate of competence.

COURSE PRESENTER: George Evangelou

Language : Greek or English

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