Fire and Emergency Warden
FIRE & EMERGENCY WARDEN TRAINING
Fire Wardens play an important role in workplace safety
This course is for people who are required to carry out the duties of a workplace emergency warden.
Health and Safety Legislation demands that organisations and workplaces have and follow a Workplace Emergency Management Plan in the event of a major event or emergency. The position of Warden is a key position of responsibility within the plan.
People completing our training course will be able to explain and carry out the duties of a Fire and Emergency Warden, including identifying safe evacuation routes and assembly points, resources needed and communications with other agencies.
You will leave this training with:
- Knowledge of evacuation requirements for a workplace or site.
- Be able to explain the duties of a Fire and Emergency Warden.
18408: Demonstrate knowledge of fire and emergency warden duties in the workplace
Scheduled course: $175.00 + gst per person
Group Booking: $1,600.00 + gst + disbursements and Machinery
Maximum of 12
Open. Participants may be people appointed, or about to be appointed as Wardens
OUR TRAINING SITES
To book a course at our training sites in Kinleith or Kawerau use the online booking tool below, email us or call us on 0800 ITW 5669 (0800 489 5669).
TRAINING AT YOUR PLACE
To run this course at your workplace please email us or call us on 0800 ITW 5669 (0800 489 5669).
LITERACY & NUMERACY SUPPORT
We have processes in place to be able to support anyone in our trainings to learn and get the certification (if applicable).
There is also a FREE online learning platform that helps improve reading, writing and maths skills as well work and life skills including learning to drive (Road Code), heavy and forklift licences, health and safety and understanding finance (My Money).
Fire and Emergency Warden Training COURSES
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations are accepted via phone or email only. Registrations not cancelled by 10 am, two days prior to the course will require payment. However, substitutions are welcome.