Fire Safety Manager:
Fire Safety Manager
Fire Safety Manager
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Individuals who are, or plan to be responsible for managing fire safety in commercial premises
To enable delegates to manage the day-to-day fire safety of premises, such as shops, offices, hotels, residential care homes and industrial buildings.
Core topic areas
- Fire safety legislation
- Causes and effects of fire, human behaviour in fire
- Fire detection and alarm systems
- Emergency escape lighting
- Fire safety signs, notices and routines
- Extinguishing media
- Means of escape
- Fire risk assessment
Fire safety management:
- Staff training
- Fire strategies
- Evacuation plans
Core Reference Documents
- Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
- DCLG: Fire safety risk assessment guides
- Xact course notes
Sucessful individuales achieve national qualification: Level 3 Award in Fire Safety Management.
Dates and Prices
Wed 31st Jan - Fri 2nd Feb 2024
Mon 25th Mar - Wed 27th Mar 2024
Tue 28th May - Thu 30th May 2024
Mon 15th Jul - Wed 17th Jul 2024
Mon 7th Oct - Wed 9th Oct 2024
|Delegate Cost||£490.00 + VAT|
|Location||iVC: Interactive Virtual Classroom|
Before the course, delegates are required to have the ability to recognise typical fire safety measures in buildings e.g. smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, exit signs. They also need to have an understanding of a manager’s role.
Course includes pre-course distance learning modules on principles of Fire Safety Legislation and general fire safety arrangements.
Sessions will be delivered using PowerPoint presentations, whiteboard explanation, group discussion, individual tuition, practical plan based and virtual reality exercises
Individuals submit completed course workbooks within four weeks.
Assessment of course work to qualification assessment criteria.