Health and safety eLearning provider Praxis42 says that it has launched a new eLearning course in Fire Safety at Work in conjunction with its team of fire experts and external professional bodies to help organisations meet the training and information requirements of the new Fire Safety Reform Order.
Organisations that employ five or more people must now record the significant findings of fire risk assessments.
The course is described as providing training in the correct course of action on finding a fire and how to make the workplace a safer environment to work. It is said to work perfectly as a stand-alone course or can be used as a blended learning solution with instructor led training.
In addition Praxis says that the course can be linked to a learning management system that logs and tracks access and completion of the course, giving employers the confidence that they are complying with the new legislation.
The organisation can also undertake fire risk assessment services for employers through its team.
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