Fire Risk Assessment Training, HST005
If you are the owner or employer of an office or shop, you are required by law to implement suitable fire safety measures. You must make sure your building is up to code before people visit it, or begin work in it.
You should understand what duties you must fulfil to ensure your building meets suitable safety standards. This fire risk assessment training course will familiarise you with fire safety law, how to carry out a fire risk assessment, and the fire safety systems, equipment, and procedures you must have in place. Understanding these is crucial to comply with legal requirements, to minimise the chance of a fire starting, and so people can evacuate your premises if necessary.
- - Developed by Health & Safety Professionals
- - Accredited by CPD and Approved by RoSPA
- - Fully online course and assessment with no time limits
- - Full audio voiceover
- - Approximate duration: 3 hours
- - On completion, certificate is posted the next working day
Who Should Take This Course?
This Fire Risk Assessment training course is designed for people who are responsible for implementing fire safety procedures and carrying out risk assessments in their office or shop. It contains comprehensive information about the various standards buildings must meet to minimise fire risks and provide sufficient evacuation routes.
Looking for more of an overview of fire safety procedures? Our Fire Safety awareness training might be the ideal course for you and/or your staff.
Need to train staff or yourself to be a fire warden? Take our Fire Warden Training course.
This online training course provides awareness education. Depending on your company risk assessment, further training may be required to complete the all-round skills and knowledge to carry this forward practically in your
|1||Fire Safety Law||Why fire safety is important, fire safety law, and how the law is enforced.|
|2||Risk Assessment||What is a risk assessment, who is responsible for risk assessments, how to carry out risk assessments, the hierarchy of control, and daily and weekly assessments.|
|3||Fire Prevention Measures||Waste management, storage, layout and construction, equipment and machinery, smoking, building work and alterations, and training.|
|4||Fire Detection and Suppression||Detection and warning systems, sprinklers, fire blankets, and fire extinguishers.|
|5||Evacuation Procedures||Evacuation strategies, escape routes, fire doors, fire signs, and emergency lighting.|
|6||Fire Plans and Drills||Who may need additional fire safety measures, examples of additional safety measures, personal emergency evacuation plans, the fire plan, and fire drills.|
Fire Risk Assessment Training
- Brand: SpaChem Trade
- Product Code: SpaChem
- Availability: In Stock