Self Training Presentation Program for Pubs & Inns 
Fire Actions & Fire Precautions  


Electronic Self Assessment 


The staff training CD for Pubs & Inns presentation offers an excellent resource to provide the participant with logical instruction on fire precautions, fire/risk assessment and training. 'Training affords the participant logical instruction in fire action, health and safety implications  relevant to all staff, people working or frequenting your establishment.  This program is accompanied by an electronic e- book that can be made available to all participants. The program is equipped with an electronic summary assessment facility, plus an embedded electronic self-assessment and accreditation facility. 


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This program is equipped with an exceptionally high profile of graphics and schematics. The menu page is active on mouse over which will take you to the individual sections within the program. The menu can also be accessed from any page within the production.  There is an embedded e-Self Assessment facility and training logs for recording staff training and the quarterly fire drill. 

The program will commence when the run button is depressed and will continue sequentially to the end. It can be interrupted at any time using the menu button to select another section.  

The objectives are based on the logical understanding of Fire Safety Order 2005  and other legislation that is required by law to make your premises compliant and ensure that your staff are properly trained. 

The training begins by 'Fire Actions' both for staff and those frequenting your premises. Instruction is given on fire/risk policy development, implementation and the production of emergency evacuation plans, and the audit and review of those plans. 

Participants are offered instruction on the various types of fire extinguishers, there uses and what they are suitable for. 

Fire safety risk assessment planning is underwritten in 5 easy steps. These steps are explained fully and illustrated with graphics and video clips 

The requirement for appropriate signage and instructions and the need for emergency escape route plans has been given a high profile to ensure competency and compliance. 

Fire directional evacuation signage is exacting and comprehensively illustrated so that the participant is given a first rate understanding of the importance of posting the correct signage.

The required instructional signage for 'fire action',  'fire assembly point', 'call point' etc.,  is just some of the many signs explained.  e-Templates for these signs and many more are available within the Quality Management System CD, many of which can be altered to suit end-user requirements, which can be printed out and laminated for posting.

The requirement of daily, weekly, monthly, 3,6,12 monthly checks and performance indicators has been given a practical profile and, once again, e-Templates for these check forms are available within the Quality Management System CD, all of which can be altered to suit end-user requirements. These templates can be defaulted to avoid unnecessary duplication, printed out and retained ready for the enforcement officer when he comes to call. 

This training program comes complete with an embedded electronic self assessment facility. This methodology uses a series of multi choice, drag and drop, highlight functions which not only measures performance but also reinforces participant learning.  

Users are given the opportunity for accreditation. On successful completion of the assessment they will be able to print a certificate of achievement, which will automatically input their name, department and current date.  

Where the candidate is unsuccessful, the program will automatically adjudicate and a failure page will be displayed showing the pertinent areas that need revisiting. The assessment can be retaken immediately by clicking a reset button or revision can be undertaken and assessment taken at a later time. 

This training program is equipped with electronic training logs so that the Responsible Person can maintain a record for training and fire drills.