NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety

NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety

Course Price : £750

Dates

There are no dates available for this course.

Course Summary

The new NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety syllabus consists of 2 Units, FSC1 Fire Safety and FSC2 Fire Risk Assessment.
The qualification looks at fire safety and can be applied in many sectors. On completion of
the qualification, your learners will be able to:
- justify fire safety improvements using moral and financial arguments;
- advise how fires and explosions can occur and the appropriate controls to minimise fire and explosion risks;
- advise their employer on the requirements for the fire protection of premises and workers
including the appropriate training obligations;
- carry a fire risk assessment in their own workplace, recognising a range of common fire
hazards, evaluating risks (taking account of current controls), recommending further control measures, planning actions.


Who should attend?

The NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety is ideal for:
- Those responsible for fire safety in low to medium risk workplaces
- Health and Safety Managers
- Facilities Managers
- Health and safety representatives

Course outline

- Managing fire safely
- Principles of fire and explosion
- Fuel, oxygen and ignition sources and control measures
- Fire protection of buildings
- Safety of people in the event of fire
- Fire safety Risk Assessment
practical fire risk assessment
There are two assessment elements:
1) Written - Open Book Assessment
2) Practical - Fire Risk Assessment - 3 Hours

Certification

Successful completion of the course assessment and practical fire risk assessment leads to the award of the internationally recognised NEBOSH certificate.

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