Level 2 Award in Fire Risk AssessmentBritish Safety Council
Level 2 Award in Fire Risk Assessment - 1-day course, open or online
This Level 2 Award in Fire Risk Assessment course responds to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and the consequent need for organisations to appoint an accountable 'responsible person' to undertake fire risk assessments in the workplace.
The 1-day programme provides this 'responsible person' with a sound understanding of the fire risk assessment process and the skills required to manage it effectively. By the end of the training, delegates will thus be confident in their knowledge of:
- the importance of fire risk assessments
- the principles of controlling risks from fire
- how fire risk assessments should be undertaken
It is delivered as a public course, as online learning and as in-house training. Candidates who obtain this qualification can then progress laterally to Level 2 Awards in areas such as DSE and COSHH, as well as move on to the Level 3 Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.
Suitability - Who should attend?
The Level 2 Award in Fire Risk Assessment is suitable for professionals needing to undertake proficient fire risk assessments.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Candidates who are successful in the assessment will be awarded the Level 2 Award in Fire Risk Assessment.
Training Course Content
By the end of the course, delegates will:
- Understand the importance of fire risk assessments
- Understand the principles of controlling the risks from fire
- Understand how a fire risk assessment is undertaken
The cost of this course is:
- London venue: £295 + VAT
- Online: £98 + VAT
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The British Safety Council can also visit your organisation and deliver bespoke training on site, tailored to your needs and any business-specific issues you face.
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