To understand the need for Managing Fire Risks. Identify legal requirements with regard to Managing Health and Safety and Fire. To understand the consequences, legal and financial, of failing to manage fire. Identify and understand the process, sequence and purpose of investigation fire. understand the reporting procedure.
Suitable for: This programme is ideal for anyone who is responsible for fire safety or for conducting a fire risk assessment. Candidates will be required to pass a practical examination and 2 written examinations in order to achieve this qualification.
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The programme is split into 2 sections –
Management of Health and Safety and Fire Safety and Risk Management.
NGC - MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY (6 days)
• Health and Safety Foundations
• Organising for Health and Safety
• Promoting a Positive Health and Safety Culture
• Risk Assessment
• Principles of Control
• Incident investigation, recording and reporting
• Monitoring Review and Audit
FC1 - FIRE SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT (4 days)
• Managing Fire Safety
• Principles of Fire and Explosion
• Causes and Prevention of Fire
• Fire Protection in Buildings
• Safety of people in the event of fire
• Fire Risk Assessment