Technical Skills / Safety, Health and Environment

NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety

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Ensuring your employees route to safety in the event of a fire

Course overview

The NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety is the ideal choice for Facilities and Health and Safety Managers, Health and Safety Officers or anyone taking responsibility for conducting and managing fire risk assessments in business. It sets out clearly the steps and methods for reducing the potential for an incident related to fire.

FSC1: Fire safety and risk management

  • Managing fire safety
  • Principles of fire and explosion
  • Fire protection in buildings
  • Safety of people in the event of fire
  • Fire safety risk assessment

FSC2: Fire safety practical application

  • Risk assessment in a work context

Course benefits

Ensuring that companies understand and are able to meet legal compliance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Competent to conduct and complete fire risk assessments and gives internal ability to implement preventative or control measures to reduce risks.

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No previous health and safety knowledge is required, however the standard of English required must be such that delegates can both understand and articulate the concepts contained in the syllabus. NEBOSH suggest that at least 20 hours of private study time is allocated in addition to the taught component.

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Date: 23 Feb 2022 Location: Portsmouth Duration: 6.5 days Availability: Spaces Member Price: £1,142.00 (Fees + VAT) Non-Member Price: £1,344.00 (Fees + VAT)

Assessment & accreditation

This qualification has a two-step assessment process which consists of: An open book examination: you will be able to complete this at home or in another safe and suitable location where you can concentrate. You will be presented with a scenario that describes a realistic workplace and situation. You will then be asked to carry out a series of tasks using evidence presented in the scenario as well as the underpinning knowledge you have gained through your studies and revision. You will have 24 hours to complete and submit your paper - though you should be able to complete it in 4-5 hours. A practical fire risk assessment: the fire risk assessment has been developed around fire risk assessment standards such as the Home Office fire guidance and PAS79-1:2020.

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