Fire Safety Certificate Training Cork

Fire Safety Certificate Training Cork

Fire Safety Certificate Training on Request in your Area.

Fire Safety Certificate Training Courses and Certification in Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Clare and Tipperary in Ireland.

We provide a half day Fire training course. Training the participants to deal with fire in an emergency basis. It emphasises the dangers of fire, the importance of prevention, and the necessity of escape plan in action when fire breaks out.

Fire Safety Certificate Training Fire extinguisher training courses

Fire Safety Certificate Training Fire Extinguisher Training Courses

Fire Extinguisher Training in Cork and Other Counties on request.

We offer a Fire extinguisher training course that will immediately improve the quality of Fire Safety Certificate in your workplace by providing your employees with the knowledge and training to correctly select and safely use a fire extinguisher, fire blanket and fire hose reel.

Introduction and outline of course modules

  • A presentation of modules in Fire Safety Certificate training
  • Interactive question and answers session
  • Outdoor practical session using fire extinguishers
  • Summary and chance for final questions with conclusion

Fire Safety Training

Fire Safety Training Cork

Fire Safety Training on Request in your Area.

Fire Safety Training Courses and Certification in Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Clare and Tipperary in Ireland.

We provide a half day Fire training course. Training the participants to deal with fire in an emergency basis. It emphasises the dangers of fire, the importance of prevention, and the necessity of escape plan in action when fire breaks out.

Fire Safety Training Fire extinguisher training courses

Fire Safety Training Fire Extinguisher Training Courses

Fire Extinguisher Training in Cork and Other Counties on request.

We offer a Fire extinguisher training course that will immediately improve the quality of fire safety in your workplace by providing your employees with the knowledge and training to correctly select and safely use a fire extinguisher, fire blanket and fire hose reel.

Introduction and outline of course modules

  • A presentation of modules in fire safety training
  • Interactive question and answers session
  • Outdoor practical session using fire extinguishers
  • Summary and chance for final questions with conclusion

Fire Safety Certificate West Cork

Fire Safety Certificate Engineers Cork and Fire Safety Certificate Consultants. We prepare Fire Safety Certificate Certificates and follow through until they are granted.

Nationwide Fire Safety Certificate services in West Cork are

  • Fire Safety Certificate Certification in West Cork.
  • Fire Safety Certificate Consultancy West Cork.
  • Preparation of Fire Safety Certificate Certificate applications for compliance with building control regulations.
  • Preparation of Disability Access Certificates for compliance with building control regulations.
  • Fire Safety Certificate Training for compliance with your health and Safety requirements.
  • Pre-purchase inspection on domestic dwellings in West Cork and Cork.
  • Fire Safety Certificate Assessment surveys of existing buildings and specifications for Fire Safety Certificate upgrade work.
  • Preparation of fire protection drawings for use in conjunction with assessment reports.
  • During construction surveys and monitoring of Fire Safety Certificate construction works.

Some questions that you may ask yourself are:

  • Do you have Fire Safety Certificate concerns, regarding the property you own or the property you are responsible for?
  • Has there been a fire at your premises?
  • Have you been visited by an officer from building control?
  • Do you need to have Fire Safety Certificate construction work certified?
  • Do you want to have your property checked to make sure that it is Fire Safety Certificate Compliant?

Fire Safety Certificate in West Cork

Fire Safety Engineers Cork and Fire Safety Consultants. We prepare Fire Safety Certificates and follow through until they are granted.

Nationwide Fire Safety services in West Cork are

  • Fire Safety Certification in West Cork.
  • Fire Safety Consultancy West Cork.
  • Preparation of Fire Safety Certificate applications for compliance with building control regulations.
  • Preparation of Disability Access Certificates for compliance with building control regulations.
  • Fire Safety Training for compliance with your health and Safety requirements.
  • Pre-purchase inspection on domestic dwellings in West Cork and Cork.
  • Fire safety Assessment surveys of existing buildings and specifications for fire safety upgrade work.
  • Preparation of fire protection drawings for use in conjunction with assessment reports.
  • During construction surveys and monitoring of fire safety construction works.

Some questions that you may ask yourself are:

  • Do you have Fire Safety concerns, regarding the property you own or the property you are responsible for?
  • Has there been a fire at your premises?
  • Have you been visited by an officer from building control?
  • Do you need to have Fire Safety construction work certified?
  • Do you want to have your property checked to make sure that it is Fire Safety Compliant?

Farm Fire Safety Certificate in Ireland

Farm Fire Safety Certificate in Ireland

Every year we attend farm building fires. Most of these buildings are completely destroyed by fire, often with the loss of large amounts of stock, straw, hay, farm machinery, chemicals and even livestock.

Farm Fire Safety Certificate Dangerous substances in Ireland

Farm Fire Safety Certificate Dangerous substances markers

What you’re required to do by law

Fire Safety Certificate legislation applies to all farm buildings where people work, including packing sheds, milking parlours, barns, holiday lets and farm houses used for providing bed and breakfast.

If you employ five or more people, you are required by law to carry out a re risk assessment of your farm buildings and record the findings.

Fire Safety Certificate is your responsibility, and if you don’t obey the law you could lose your business or be prosecuted and face a prison sentence.

If you need more information about re safety, contact your local Fire and Rescue Service

Fire Safety Certificate risk assessments

Animal premises and stables

Sleeping accommodation

All businesses must complete a fire risk assessment.

“You can help prevent res by making re safety a part of your business plan.”

Farm Safety Risk Assessment

There are steps to completing a safety risk assessment:

Identify any hazards, including:

  •  Sources of ignition – these could include things like welding or grinding equipment, damp hay, naked flames, munitions, poorly serviced electrics, smoking.
  •  Sources of fuel – this is anything that could burn, such as petrol, diesel, LPG, hay, straw.
  •  Dangerous substances – these could be chemicals, fertilisers, poisons, asbestos and so on.

Identify any people at risk, including:

  •  Anyone near your farm buildings.
  •  People who work for you or who are on your premises.
  •  Young people.
  •  Fire fighters and other emergency service personnel responding to a re.Evaluate, remove, reduce and protect from risk
  •  Evaluate the risk of re occurring.
  •  Evaluate the risk to people from re.
  •  Remove or reduce any re hazards.
  •  Remove or reduce any risks to people – this could be by installing smoke and re alarms, re ghting equipment, escape routes, lighting, signs or notices or carrying out maintenance on electrics and equipment.Record, plan, inform, instruct and train
  •  Record any significent cant ndings and the action you have taken, even if you’re not required to by law.
  •  Prepare an emergency plan.
  •  Inform and instruct anyone who might be a ected.
  •  Provide training. Review

Review your risk assessment on a regular basis and make changes if you need to.

Risk assessment needs to be done with every new addition to the yard machine, tools, added to the farm.

Farm Fire Safety

Farm fire Safety in Ireland

Every year we attend farm building fires. Most of these buildings are completely destroyed by fire, often with the loss of large amounts of stock, straw, hay, farm machinery, chemicals and even livestock.

Farm fire safety Dangerous substances in Ireland

Farm fire safety Dangerous substances markers

What you’re required to do by law

Fire safety legislation applies to all farm buildings where people work, including packing sheds, milking parlours, barns, holiday lets and farm houses used for providing bed and breakfast.

If you employ five or more people, you are required by law to carry out a re risk assessment of your farm buildings and record the findings.

Fire safety is your responsibility, and if you don’t obey the law you could lose your business or be prosecuted and face a prison sentence.

If you need more information about re safety, contact your local Fire and Rescue Service

Fire safety risk assessments

Animal premises and stables

Sleeping accommodation

All businesses must complete a fire risk assessment.

“You can help prevent res by making re safety a part of your business plan.”

Farm Safety Risk Assessment

There are steps to completing a safety risk assessment:

Identify any hazards, including:

  •  Sources of ignition – these could include things like welding or grinding equipment, damp hay, naked flames, munitions, poorly serviced electrics, smoking.
  •  Sources of fuel – this is anything that could burn, such as petrol, diesel, LPG, hay, straw.
  •  Dangerous substances – these could be chemicals, fertilisers, poisons, asbestos and so on.

Identify any people at risk, including:

  •  Anyone near your farm buildings.
  •  People who work for you or who are on your premises.
  •  Young people.
  •  Fire fighters and other emergency service personnel responding to a re.Evaluate, remove, reduce and protect from risk
  •  Evaluate the risk of re occurring.
  •  Evaluate the risk to people from re.
  •  Remove or reduce any re hazards.
  •  Remove or reduce any risks to people – this could be by installing smoke and re alarms, re ghting equipment, escape routes, lighting, signs or notices or carrying out maintenance on electrics and equipment.Record, plan, inform, instruct and train
  •  Record any significent cant ndings and the action you have taken, even if you’re not required to by law.
  •  Prepare an emergency plan.
  •  Inform and instruct anyone who might be a ected.
  •  Provide training. Review

Review your risk assessment on a regular basis and make changes if you need to.

Risk assessment needs to be done with every new addition to the yard machine, tools, added to the farm.

Reducing Fire Risks – Children

Manage and Reducing Risks Children

Matches, lighters and candles

Remember to keep things that can cause fires out of children’s reach.

Position lighted candles and tea lights out of reach of children.

Electrics and heaters

Teach children not to poke anything, including fingers, into sockets.

Consider getting plug guards to cover sockets.

Make sure electrical appliances (TVs and computers) in children’s bedrooms are switched off at night.

Fit a childproof guard in front of open fires or heaters – the best ones can be fixed to the wall.

Make sure children don’t play near fires or heaters to avoid them getting burnt.

The kitchen

As kitchens can be dangerous places for children, avoid leaving them unsupervised

Avoid using the front of the hob when small children are around.

Make sure that saucepan handles don’t stick out to avoid them being knocked off.

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What children should Know

You will want to make sure children are always safe. This includes teaching them how to prevent a fire and what to do if there is one. You will probably need to talk about Fire Safety Certificate with children more than once, to make sure that they have remembered and understood what you have taught them. As a general rule younger children, around five and below, should be given clear instructions about what they should and shouldn’t do. With older children, it’s better to explain why.

Not to touch or play with matches, lighters, candles, electrical appliances or sockets.

To tell a grown up if they see matches or lighters lying around.

To be extra careful near fires  and heaters.

Never to switch on the cooker.

Not to touch saucepans.

Not to put things on top of heaters or lights.

Fire Risks – Children

Manage and Reducing Risks Children

Matches, lighters and candles


Remember to keep things that can cause fires out of children’s reach.


Position lighted candles and tea lights out of reach of children.

Electrics and heaters


Teach children not to poke anything, including fingers, into sockets.

Consider getting plug guards to cover sockets.


Make sure electrical appliances (TVs and computers) in children’s bedrooms are switched off at night.
Fit a childproof guard in front of open fires or heaters – the best ones can be fixed to the wall.


Make sure children don’t play near fires or heaters to avoid them getting burnt.

The kitchen


As kitchens can be dangerous places for children, avoid leaving them unsupervised


Avoid using the front of the hob when small children are around.


Make sure that saucepan handles don’t stick out to avoid them being knocked off.

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What children should Know

You will want to make sure children are always safe. This includes teaching them how to prevent a fire and what to do if there is one. You will probably need to talk about fire safety with children more than once, to make sure that they have remembered and understood what you have taught them. As a general rule younger children, around five and below, should be given clear instructions about what they should and shouldn’t do. With older children, it’s better to explain why.


Not to touch or play with matches, lighters, candles, electrical appliances or sockets.


To tell a grown up if they see matches or lighters lying around.


To be extra careful near fires  and heaters.


Never to switch on the cooker.


Not to touch saucepans.


Not to put things on top of heaters or lights.

Family Fire Escape Plan

Need a Family Escape Plan – see our example

Fire escape plan: What you need to do if there is a fire in your home.

  1. • Keep your ways out/exit s clear at all times

    • Whether you discover the fire or your smoke alarm warns you, stay calm and put your fire escape plan into action.

  2. •Raise the alarm.Wake everyone up and get every one out by the quickest way, assisting or collecting the very young or vulnerable in the household.
  3. • Check doors with the back of your hand – don’t open them if they are warm.This means the fire is on the other side. Only open the doors that you need to get out of the house.
  • If there is smoke, crawl along near to the floor where the air will be cleaner.
  • Do not look for the cause of the fire.
  • Meet at an assembly point outside your home and make sure everyone is out.
  • Call the Fire Service at 999 or 112 from a call box, mobile phone or neighbour’s house.
  • Do not go back in until the Fire Service tells you it is safe.

In emergency call 999 or 112

Family Fire Escape

Need a Family Escape Plan – see our example

Fire escape plan: What you need to do if there is a fire in your home.

  1. • Keep your ways out/exit s clear at all times
    • Whether you discover the fire or your smoke alarm warns you, stay calm and put your fire escape plan into action.
  2. •Raise the alarm.Wake everyone up and get every one out by the quickest way, assisting or collecting the very young or vulnerable in the household.
  3. • Check doors with the back of your hand – don’t open them if they are warm.This means the fire is on the other side. Only open the doors that you need to get out of the house.
  • If there is smoke, crawl along near to the floor where the air will be cleaner.
  • Do not look for the cause of the fire.
  • Meet at an assembly point outside your home and make sure everyone is out.
  • Call the Fire Service at 999 or 112 from a call box, mobile phone or neighbour’s house.
  • Do not go back in until the Fire Service tells you it is safe.

In emergency call 999 or 112