Fire Safety - In-House Training Course

We are able to run a variety of fire safety training courses here at Cambridge Safety, outlining the role and responsibilities of Fire Wardens and Marshals – as well as the basic principles of safety in case a fire breaks out.

Fire Warden & Marshal Training Course

This half-day session can be extended to a full day depending on the issues which are relevant to your workplace.

During the course, the role and responsibilities of the Fire Marshal are explored, along with some more technical knowledge on fire itself to enable them to fulfil their role. Issues covered typically include:

  • The causes of fire
  • How people may react
  • Fire prevention and protection measures
  • What to look for when carrying out fire checks
  • Managing drills and evacuations

For further information on this course, please get in touch with us today.

Fire Risk Assessment

Now more than ever, organisations need to ensure their fire safety standards are maintained, with every workplace requiring a “suitable and sufficient risk assessment”. We can run one to two-day programmes on completing fire risk assessments and courses specifically designed for those undertaking the ‘nominated person’ role under the Regulatory Fire Reform Order.

Feel free to contact us for general inquiries and to make a booking.

Why Choose Cambridge Safety

Cambridge Safety is a family-run business with a passion for all things health and safety. Since we set up shop in 1998, we’ve expanded our offering to encompass a comprehensive suite of NEBOSH and IOSH qualifications, in addition to our own in-house training courses.

Our four-strong team is able to provide bespoke training to suit your company’s precise requirements, delivering engaging lessons at your own premises or from our purpose-built training facility in Peterborough.

To learn more about us and to enquire about one of our courses, please call us on 01733 865695.

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Complete our application form today to get a quote. We’re able to cater for a maximum of 8 delegates per course.

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An informative and interesting course, I have learned a lot and enjoyed the classroom activities. All trainers were great, helpful, enthusiastic, informative and friendly.


Richard was very informative amazing tutor for us to learn from, he was very inspiring!


Good and relevant information, Gary is an experienced and knowledgeable instructor.


An excellent course as always, I’m going to do the Environmental Diploma next


A brilliant course, Jackie is a great tutor able to gain attention and share her knowledge


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Frequently Asked Questions

Take a look at our FAQs below. Still can’t find the answer to your question? Visit our FAQ page or get in touch with us today.

How long does the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety take to complete?

NEBOSH recommends a minimum of 191 taught hours and approximately 144 hours of private study to successfully complete the study, with an additional 140 hours to complete the course assessments. You will need to complete the course within five years of your enrolment.

NEBOSH General Certificate

NG1 – Open Book Exam, accessed online at home or other safe place of your choice. On the management of health and safety.

Workplace Assessment :

NG2 – work based practical risk assessment assessment

Candidates are required to find a suitable venue for their NG2 assessment. The NG2 practical application submission must be registered with Nebosh as per the NG1. The workplace risk assessment must be completed and submitted to your exam centre by the submission date provided. This can be submitted electronically, and will be uploaded to Nebosh. Late submissions cannot be accepted and if you miss the deadline you will need to be registered for the next submission date.

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