NEBOSH - Fire Safety & Risk Management Course
The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate aims to build on the underpinning knowledge gained from the NEBOSH National General Certificate. It provides an appropriate breadth of knowledge for those who are non-specialist in fire safety, enabling them to discharge more effectively their organisational roles and responsibilities with regards to workplace fire safety.
Throughout the course we will deliver each element with a depth of experience and assist further by issuing delegates additional learning aids, ensuring that they are able to cope with the number of guided learning hours and ultimately gain the essential knowledge required.
The elements covered within this NEBOSH course are:
Element 1 - Managing Fire Safety
Element 2 - Principals of Fire and Explosion
Element 3 - Causes and Prevention of Fire
Element 4 - Fire Protection within Buildings
Element 5 - Safety of People in event of a Fire
Element 6 - Environmental impacts of Fire
Element 7 - Risk based Fire Safety
From 3 Jun 2019
From 6 May 2019
- Underpinning knowledge of Fire Safety legislation
- An understanding of workplace fire hazards and methods of control
- Theory of accident/incident investigation
- Fire protection in buildings
- An outline of the legal framework and organisational responsibilities
- An understanding of the Fire risk assessment process
Who Should Attend
The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate has been designed for responsible persons, and including appointed competent persons.
Entry to the NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management is for those having already attained the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety, in particular unit 1.