Overview

Fire presents significant risk to businesses. It can kill or seriously injure employees or visitors and can damage or destroy buildings, equipment and stock.Organisations operating from single premises are particularly vulnerable as loss of premises may completely disrupt their operations. Many businesses fail to continue trading following a severe fire. The implementation of the Fire Safety (Scotland) Act 2005 and the removal of fire certificates, places a duty of care on the responsible person for the building to ensure good management of fire safety in their premises.  The risk assessment must be carried out by a competent person.

Course summary


Tutor led training with formal presentations which involve discussions leading to a range of practical exercises on relevant scenarios. This course is not accredited by the Fire Protection Association but is delivered to their standards. Fire safety risk assessor

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Who should attend?


  • Fire managers, facilities managers, health and safety practitioners
  • NEBOSH and other health and safety examination students wishing to expand their knowledge

Course Duration: 2 Days

Training Dates & Locations


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  • Identify any Fire Safety Management deficiencies
  • Confidently conduct effective Fire Risk Assessments
  • Compile a suitable fire emergency plan

On successful completion of the course delegates will be awarded the Pivotal Scotland Fire Risk Assessors Certificate.

  • UK fire statistics
  • Fire development
  • Fire legislation
  • Means of escape basic principles and problems
  • Fire warning arrangements
  • Fire fighting equipment provision
  • Fire architectural symbols
  • Fire inspections
  • Fire risk assessment
  • Fire emergency plans

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  • There is no formal assessment for this fire risk assessment training
  • Upon completion of the course, delegates will receive a Pivotal Scotland certificate of training

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