Principles of Fire Safety
Fire risk assessors, fire safety officers and auditors.
To enable delegates to identify, assess and report hazards and risks associated with fire in simple premises.
Core topic areas
- Fire safety legislation
- Human behaviour in fire
- Causes and effects of fire
- Fire risk assessment and auditing
- Fire detection and alarm systems
- Emergency escape lighting
- Fire safety signs, notices and routines
- Extinguishing media
- Fire safety management
Core reference documents
- Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- CFOA: Enforcers’ Guidance
- BIS: Regulators’ Code
- HSE: Enforcement Management Model (EMM)
- DCLG: Fire safety risk assessment guides
- BS 5839, BS 5266, BS 5499, BS 5306, BS 9999
Assessment of course work to National Occupational Standards (NOS).
Qualification and NOS
This course includes assessment criteria for NOS:
These NOS are from qualification Level 3 Certificate in Fire Safety (Fire Auditors): details
For more details see: qualifications
Dates and prices
|2018||Mon 21st May → Fri 25th May|
Mon 10th Sep → Fri 14th Sep
|2019||Mon 21st Jan → Fri 25th Jan|
Mon 1st Apr → Fri 5th Apr
Mon 16th Sep → Fri 20th Sep
|Delegate cost||£790 + VAT|
|Location||Yarnfield, Stone, Staffordshire|
Before the course, delegates should have:
- ability to recognise typical fire safety measures in buildings e.g. smoke detectors, extinguishers, exit signs.
- an understanding of a fire risk assessor’s/auditor’s role.
- experience of observing a fire risk assessor/auditor assessing a building’s fire safety measures.
Course includes pre-course distance learning modules on principles: Fire Safety Legislation, Automatic fire alarm systems and Emergency escape lighting.
Sessions will be delivered using power point, flipchart, interactive group discussion, individual tuition and practical exercises.
Delegates must complete workbooks within four weeks of course completion.