Fire Risk Training
Take a fire prevention training course with RoSPA.
According to the Fire Protection Association, 77% of businesses experiencing a major fire never fully recover. Developed with the advice of a senior fire professional, our fire risk training is designed to help you comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
- This two-day course is suitable for facilities managers, health and safety professionals and fire marshals
- This fire safety training was designed to help businesses comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- The price includes all training materials, lunch and refreshments
- Our fire assessment training takes place in Birmingham
- Also available as an in-company option, this fire risk assessment training can be tailored to individual business requirements
- Our highly qualified tutors cover legislation, principles and a practical risk assessment element
- There is no formal assessment for this fire risk assessment training
- Successful delegates receive a RoSPA certificate of training
Also available to download: Fire Risk Assessment
Discounts are available for RoSPA Members.
Our fire prevention training covers everything you need to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and includes the following topics:
- Background to fire safety legislation
- The new approach to fire safety
- Understanding fire
- The principles of fire risk assessment
- Documenting your findings
- Practical fire risk assessments
There is no formal assessment for this course. Delegates who complete it successfully will receive a RoSPA certificate of training.
This two-day fire risk training course is also available as an in-company option. This enables you to train a number of employees easily and cost-effectively, and our trainers can tailor the course to your specific requirements. Please call us on 0121 248 2233 for more details.
All prices are subject to VAT.
- With the advice of a fire professional, we developed this course specifically to help your business comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- For almost 100 years RoSPA has remained an instrumental force in every piece of UK safety legislation and continues to set the standard in training the next generation of health and safety professionals
- RoSPA runs this fire prevention training course as an in-house option, enabling businesses to train more employees, and tailor the course to their specific requirements
- We offer practically based expert tuition from our professional CMIOSH-qualified trainers, many of whom hold a City & Guilds teaching qualification
- RoSPA's fire risk assessment consultancy service can further improve your business's ability to manage the risk of fire
- Our courses are not simply academic, we equip delegates with practical skills that they can put to good use as soon as they get back to work
- We support those seeking a career in health and safety, offering an introduction to health and safety for beginners, a suite of IOSH courses and the NEBOSH Certificate for those wanting to progress
- Experience developing and delivering training courses means we understand what businesses really need from health and safety training
- Courses are run by professional safety practitioners with excellent track records in training delivery
- Custom training materials are developed in-house to ensure quality and flexibility
- Written situations are brought to life through enjoyable practical exercises
- We are committed to continuous improvement, holding BS EN ISO9001:2000 certification in our training operation
The fire prevention training course allows organisations to cut their costs without cutting corners or compromising on safety. If you need to make a business case for safety training, we've outlined the key reasons why this occupational safety course is good for business.
- This course has been specifically designed to help employers to fulfil their legal requirements and comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- According to the Fire Protection Association, 77 per cent of businesses experiencing a major fire never fully recover – our course can help you to avoid this scenario
- RoSPA's in-company option will bring this fire risk training course to you, enabling you to train more employees at once, saving time and money on travel and accommodation
- Our in-company fire risk assessment training can be tailored to specific requirements, ensuring that everything delegates learn is relevant to individual business needs
- Employees who attend this course will make positive contributions to the continuous improvement of health and safety at work
- Build employee confidence in the safest standards of the working environment
- Delegates will return to work able to make practical improvements to workplace safety, with a knowledge of how to undertake practical fire risk assessments
- Build stakeholder confidence in health and safety best practice
- Ensure employee compliance with health and safety policies as well as legal requirements
- Qualified safety professionals are an asset to their organisations, reducing costs by preventing accidents and ill health of employees, without incurring unnecessary expense by over-reacting to trivial risks
- The extent to which a person is qualified to undertake fire risk assessments depends on a number of factors, including the scale of the premises to be assessed, the level of hazards on those premises and the level of experience of the assessor. This training outlines these factors in order to give the delegate an appreciation of the complexities involved and where further training or advice should be sought.
More and more organisations are now using an in-house approach to deliver training to their colleagues. RoSPA is one of the UK's main providers of in-company safety training and can deliver existing courses, adapt a course to meet your requirements or create a course specifically for you.
RoSPA can even carry out a training needs analysis and map out exactly what training your staff need at all levels within the business. You can view our full range of In-company Training courses by looking at our In-company Training page.
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