NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate
From£699.00 + VAT per delegate
5 Days Tuition including revision and exams (12 days if NGC1 not already held
Practical submitted 2 weeks after exam
Nationwide or In-House
The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate has been designed for managers, supervisors, employee representatives and those embarking on role with fire safety responsibility and aims to equip holders to contribute to the conduct and review of fire risk assessments and fire preventive and protective measures within most workplaces.
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The syllabus is based on National Occupational Standards in Fire Safety at level 3, which has common units with the Emergency Fire Services National Occupational Standards. Therefore the NEBOSH Fire Risk Management Certificate may also be of benefit to fire service personnel developing their underpinning knowledge as part of the Integrated Personal Development System.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect on October 2006 and emphasised the need for management of fire safety risks within the workplace.
The first unit of the Fire Risk Management Certificate is drawn from the management of health and safety aspects of the NEBOSH National General Certificate and is examined by the management paper from the National General Certificate. Those who have achieved the National General Certificate or passed Paper A1 within the last 5 years will only have to take and pass the second Unit of the Fire Risk Management Certificate, and the Fire Practical Assessment to achieve the new qualification.
On completion of the course, delegates will be able to interpret Fire Safety Legislation and its requirements, implement an effective Fire Safety Management structure and control major fire hazards by setting up a programme of inspections and audits, confidently conduct effective Fire Risk Assessments and maintain fire records and documentation as well as compile a suitable fire emergency plan.
CRS is a registered provider (Accredited Centre Number C490) and all our tutors are CMIOSH
Unit NGC1: The Management of Health and Safety
- Foundations in Health and Safety
- Organising for health and safety
- Promoting a positive health and safety culture
- Risk assessment
- Principles of control
- Monitoring review and audit
- Incident and accident investigation recording and reporting
Unit FC1: Fire Safety and Risk Management
- Managing Fire Safety
- Principles of fire and explosion
- Causes and prevention of fire
- Electrical hazards and control
- Fire protection in buildings
- Safety of people in the event of a fire
- Physical and psychological health hazards and control
- Fire Risk Assessment
Unit FC2: Practical Assessment of Workplace
Assessment is by an end examination for each of the two taught units, and a practical assessment, Unit FC2. Unit NGC1 is examined by Paper A1 (The management of safety and health) of the National General Certificate; the practical assessment consists of carrying out a fire risk assessment of a workplace normally the candidates workplace.
CRS has a 94% National Pass Rate
National examinations are held throughout the year and comprises two 2-hour written papers and a practical assessment. 'Local' examinations, held at additional dates at some centers are also available for Unit FC1. The first national examination was held in June 2006.
- Each written paper consists of one 'long-answer' question and ten 'short-answer' questions. All questions are compulsory.
- The written paper for Unit FC1 and the practical assessment Unit FC2 must be taken at the same centre. Registration forms for the examination are obtained from centres approved to run Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate courses.
This course is fully inclusive of:-
- 5 or 10 day’s course tuition, examination and registration fees
- 1 or 3 Days of Revision/Mock Examinations/Examinations & Practical Examination
- Lunch and refreshments throughout the course
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