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Fire Safety Management

Features

Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005,
a ‘responsible person’ from the organisation must carry out a fire risk assessment, be responsible for fire safety, produce a fire emergency plan, and implement and
maintain a fire risk management system. 


This fire safety training course has been designed to provide the person with the
knowledge, skills and understanding with regards to ‘fire’ to ensure that they, and the
organisation, meet their legal obligations.
Current fire safety legislation requires a risk-based regime in organisations with a
nominated person (competent) overseeing the fire safety management
responsibilities.

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Who should attend

The course is designed for those professionals who have a responsibility for Fire Safety in the workplace. This includes Fire safety managers, facilities managers, and those with little or a good working knowledge of fire safety.
 

Aims

To ensure companies are working within the law covering all essential fire safety criteria and ensuring it is effectively managed and maintained. 

Content and timings

The topics covered in this training include: 
  • Fire safety management framework
  •  Relevant legislation and legislative requirements
  •  The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order
  •  Enforcement & Consequences
  •  Duties and responsibilities
  •  The Responsible Person.
  •  Liaison with local authorities and emergency services
  •  Fire risk assessments
  •  Principles of and to include a practical demonstration
  •  Purpose and use.
  •  Principles of Fire
  •  Chemistry of combustion
  •  Methods of fire travel
  •  Cost of Arson
  •  Current statistics and cost profile
  •  Fire Precautions
  •  Human Behaviour
  •  The role of the Fire Marshal/Warden
  •  Active & Passive fire protection
  •  Protecting people and property
  •  Fire Safety Plan/Strategy
  •  Evacuation of a building
  •  Case studies
  •  Fires in the workplace
  •  Fire Hazards
  •  Examples of non-conformity
  •  Penalties and sanctions
     

Outcomes

The course contains a variety of individual exercises, interactive group exercises and class questions to confirm understanding. There would be supporting embedded video clips and the presentation would end with a multi-choice, interactive assessment.
 

Lecturers

The course is lectured by Les Dodd, a BSRIA assosciate who has been involved in the Fire industry for 30 years. To read Les Dodd's full profile, please click here

In-company

This course can be run in-company. We can also customise courses to meet the training needs of your staff. For more information, or for a quote please contact Mike Lee the training manager

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