5 DAY FIRE RISK ASSESSOR COURSE OVERVIEW
Veteran Fire Safety is pleased to offer this course which is designed for anyone who is nominated as the Fire Risk Assessor in their workplace.
- Third-Party Accredited Certificate Issued
COURSE LENGTH: 5 DAYS
This course will take place at Unit 11, The Courtyard Whitwick Business Park Stenson Road Coalville Leicestershire LE67 4JP
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For the same course in London CLICK HERE
FIRE RISK ASSESSOR COURSE STRUCTURE:
Course overview and learning outcomes:
- European Directives
- New Legislation
- Interpretation of the Legislation
- Responsibilities of Employers and Landlords
- Any requirements relating to Fire Risk Assessment
- Risk Assessment Terminology
- Principles of Risk Assessment
- The relationship between Health and Safety Risk Assessments and Fire Risk Assessments
- Scope of Fire Risk Assessments
- Hazards and Fire Prevention
- Means of Escape
- Supporting Provisions for Escape Assessment of Fire Warning Systems
- Fire Warning Systems
- Fire Extinguishing Appliances
- Miscellaneous Fire Protection Measures
- Management Arrangements
- The Overall Assessment of Fire Risk
- The Risk Control Plan
- Documentation of Fire Risk Assessments
- Proposed Fire Risk Assessment Pro Forma for use by Councils
- Practical Workshop: Completion of Fire Risk Assessment
- Continuation of Practical Workshop: Completion of Fire Risk assessment
- Continuation of Practical Workshop: Completion of Fire Risk Assessment
- Collaboration within Workshop Groups
- Workshop Reports
- Completion of Workshop Reports
- Issue of Competence
- Concluding Discussions/Questions
- Course Test
AT THE END OF THE FIRE RISK ASSESSOR COURSE, LEARNERS WILL BE ABLE TO
- Understand the importance of fire risk assessments.
- Understand the principles of controlling the risks from fire.
- Understand how a fire risk assessment is undertaken.
- Understanding what a fire hazard is.
- Understanding the likelihood and consequence.
- Use the PAS79 template (BAFE SP205).
- Have an understanding of what a relevant person is.
- Have an understanding of what a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) is.
- Have gained knowledge of escape methods for those identified with disabilities”.
- Understanding of Compartmentation.
- Understanding passive protection.
- Compile fire emergency plans.