Fire Safety Law & Fire Risk Assessment (Code 1706FLA)

20th - 21st June 2017

Location Central London
Contact Kay Bain
Tel 020 7248 5942
Details ‘‘Ensure legal compliance and protect your assets”

Significant fines and imprisonment are being imposed on
businesses (including managers & directors) for breaches of
legislation, even where no fire has taken place. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005* makes all organisations responsible for their own legislation compliance and fire safety regime. This course provides an in-depth grounding in Fire Risk Assessment. It provides both an excellent foundation for those with fire safety responsibilities as well as an update for
those who have some knowledge of the subject, and uses a
number of interactive presentations and activities - including a comprehensive risk assessment exercise.

• Background of fire disasters forming basis for fire legislation
• Prevention and reduction of consequences
• Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
• 'Responsible', 'Competent' and 'Relevant' Persons
• Enforcement procedures
• Fire Risk Assessment Process
• How fire spreads and behaviour of people in fires
• Detection, early warning and means of escape
• Equipment, lighting and signs
• Energency plans, travel distances
• Carry out a fire risk assessment under supervision

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