National Certificate in Fire Safety & Risk Management
Regulated and Certified Training
5 Weeks (1 day a week)
starting 3rd Feb 2020
Exam March 2020
£650 + vat (includes NEBOSH exam fees & text book)
CIDO Innovation Centre
Who is this course for? The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate aims to build on the success of the National General Certificate. The Fire 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.
The 5 day course covers: The syllabus is divided into two taught units which are NGC1: The Management of Health and Safety and FC1: Fire Safety and Risk Management. 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. 1 day a week for 5 weeks.
Benefits for Employers The NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management is a qualification for those with Fire Safety responsibilities in the workplace. Those who have achieved the National General Certificate or passed the NGC1 within the last 5 years will only have to take and pass the FC1, Fire Risk Management Unit and the Fire Practical Assessment, FC2, to achieve the new qualification. However the Fire Risk Management Unit FC1 and the Practical FC2 have no entry requirements. It is a Stand Alone 5 day course which on passing will give a unit certificate.
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How is the course assessed? Exam structure, 1 written paper 2 hours (FC1) and 1 practical (FC2) in your own workplace.
Where to study This course is delivered in CIDO Innovation Centre Portadown.
FC1 & FC2 Units Module 1 Managing Fire Safety The legal framework for fire and health and safety. A framework for managing fire. Legal and financial consequences of not managing fire safety. The investigation.
Module 2 Principles of Fire & Explosion The combustion process fire growth and spread explosion and explosive combustion.
Module 3 Causes and Prevention of Fire Common causes of major fires, fire risk associated with flammable, combustible and explosive substances, fire risks associated with common processes and activities. Measures to prevent fire.
Module 4 Fire Protection in Buildings Effective building design and construction to minimise spread of fire. Adequate means of escape. Access requirements. Fire detection and alarm systems. Early fire suppression systems.
Module 5 Safety of People in the Event of Fire Devising procedure in the event of fire. How people perceive and react to fire danger. Safe evacuation. Assisting disabled persons to escape.
Module 6 Fire Risk Assessment Recording and reviewing procedures. Pollution from fires and means to prevent and reduce fire pollution.
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