Fire Service Manuals - Volume 4: Fire Service Training
The Office of the Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser (CFRA) was established in October 2007, following the appointment of the first Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser, Sir Ken Knight. The CFRA has replaced what was formerly HM Fire Service Inspectorate.
Fire Service Manuals: Volume 4 - PDF pack
Foundation Training and Development
The purpose of this manual is to provide the Fire Service with guidance to help achieve safe and effective operations. It is aimed at: Principal Officers; Brigade Training Officers; Trainers; Station, Crew and Watch Commanders; and Firefighters.
Youth Training and Development
This training manual has been developed in recognition of the need for special procedures and standards for youth training within the Fire and Rescue Service. The manual offers uniformity in approach to practical training and provides a link between training activities and the Young Person Development Programme...
Guidance on the Management of the Risk of Heat Stress During Training
The statutory obligation on employers to keep employee health risks as low as possible poses a particular challenge for the Fire Service. During training, how can staff experience potentially hazardous situations without putting themselves in any degree of danger? This publication suggests ways of dealing with these conflicting imperatives with regard to one such hazard: physiological heat stress
Guidance and Compliance Framework for Compartment Fire Behaviour Training
This document provides guidance to Chief Fire Officers and Firemasters, as well as Brigade Training Officers and Training providers in the safe and effective delivery of Compartment Fire Behaviour Training (CFBT).