Our ADL Health & Safety Fire Door Inspection Course provides the information required for anyone involved in fire door checks.
If you or anyone you know is responsible for any fire doors such as health & safety officers at:
-Schools and Universities
or any other buildings or institutions, our Fire Door Inspection Course is for you.
The Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) found that in 2021, of more than 100,000 fire door inspections, three quarters failed their inspections. This is an alarmingly high number of fails and puts all building occupants involved at a significant risk.
Buildings are designed and compartmentalised to delay the spread of a fire from one area to another with fire doors, whilst still allowing the flow of traffic around the building. In a fire, when closed fire doors form a barrier to stop the spread of fire and when opened they provide a means of escape. A well designed, regulation timber fire door which has been fitted correctly and maintained sufficiently will be able to delay the spread of fire and smoke without causing too much hindrance to the movement of people in the building.
The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 came into force on 23/1/2023. Regulation 10 requires that the responsible person must provide information regarding fire doors to residents and undertake fire door checks in certain premises and keep records.
The top three common reasons for fire door inspection failure are excessive gaps, issues around smoke sealing, and care and maintenance issues.
According to The Fire Door Inspection Scheme, 47% of inspectors also state there is a lack of evidence of fire doors having third party certification. The top three sectors found to have fire door problems are healthcare and hospitals, local authority housing association and private housing, meaning hundreds of thousands of people are potentially at risk.
Our ADL Health & Safety Fire Door Inspection Course provides the information required for anyone involved in fire door checks. Delegates will have an in depth understanding of the current regulations and the knowledge and skills to check fire doors in workplaces and social housing.
Our course is fully accredited with assessment and provides books and certification plus fire door check templates.
Our course will help you understand your responsibilities and assist with the provision of information and how to properly check fire doors. The IFSM accredited course can be delivered by a member of our team at your workplace or virtually via Teams to all your employees that may be involved in the checking of fire doors.
It is a one day duration course that provides a comprehensive workbook, checklists and IFSM certification, knowledge is tested via a multiple choice exam.
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