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Fire Risk Assessment

If your organisation occupies a commercial premise – The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states you must have a suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment completed by a competent person and kept up to date.

This includes premises which are part of a larger building – if your office is within a shared business centre for example you still need an individual assessment completing for the space you are in control of.

All of our Fire Risk Assessors are fully trained and experienced ex-Fire Service, they have decades of practical experience in completing assessments for clients within varying industries and premises type.

Fire Risk Training

Based on the finding of the Assessment employers need to ensure adequate and appropriate Fire Safety measures are in place to minimise the risk of injury or loss of life in the event of an emergency.

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How is a Fire Risk Assessment completed?

Step 1

Identify the hazards

Identify the hazards

Step 2

Identify those at risk

Identify those at risk

Step 3

Evaluate

Evaluate and reduce risk

Step 4

Record the findings

Record the findings

Your randr assessment document will identify the hazards found, those especially at risk and an action plan for reducing risk.

This will include an emergency escape plan.

Step 5

Review

Review

According to risk rating or whenever there’s a material change to the fabric of the building.

FIRE SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMMES

Introduction

Everybody responsible for a non-domestic premises (or part of a non-domestic premises) needs to ensure that a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment is completed and kept up to date. This is critical for the prevention and action plan of a fire emergency.

Objective

The course will provide the knowledge and skills to undertake, review and implement a fire risk assessment. It is intended to provide a level of competency which will allow the delegates to undertake regular risk assessments on their place of work in-between comprehensive fire risk assessments.

Intended audience

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Entry requirements

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Learning outcomes

  • Introduction to fire safety legislation
  • Fire development, escape times, evacuation strategy
  • Compartmentation
  • Calculating occupancy
  • Means of escape
  • Fire doors, final exit doors and door security devices
  • Human behaviour
  • Fire detection and alarms
  • Emergency lighting
  • Fire safety signage
  • Causes of fire
  • Risk reduction measures
  • Arson reduction measures
  • General fire safety issues associated with commercial kitchens and laundries
  • The fire risk assessment process

Qualification

r and r safety systems fire risk assessor course

Introduction

Fire prevention and procedures in a case of a fire emergency is a key topic for improving health and safety in the workplace. Correctly trained Fire Wardens play an important role in the safety management system and contribute hugely to the effectiveness of fire safety plans.

Objective

The course will enable the learner with the knowledge to safely carry out the responsibilities which are placed on them in their role as a Fire Warden. It will also include a practical demonstration of fire extinguisher use to familiarise them with the equipment.

Intended audience

This qualification is for anybody who is a responsible Fire Warden in their workplace.

Entry requirements

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the training. There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.

Learning outcomes

  • The Legislation
  • Understanding the principles of fire
  • Hazards and risks
  • Principles of a fire safety management system
  • Understanding how a fire is controlled
  • Understanding the role of a Fire Warden

Qualification

Fire Warden

Training Courses Calendar

Our safety training courses are run all year round, covering Health and Safety in the Workplace, Food Hygiene, First Aid Training, Fire Safety, Occupational Health and Safety and many others.

Please view our online Events Calendar to see when our courses are available or contact us on 0151 427 1678.

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Upcoming Courses

Fire Warden

October 27 @ 8:30 am - 11:00 am

Get in touch today to discuss our next course dates and fees.

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Why Choose Us

    • It is our aim to provide our clients with a personal, practical and hands-on service
    • Achieve realistic objectives which contribute to the business in all areas
    • Embracing new technologies and strategies in the workplace
    • We welcome the introduction of new systems and look forward to assisting our client implement these

What Client’s Say

I see no reason why BASF should look for any other consultant when R&R Safety Systems provide us with a value for money service and invaluable experience on tap.

Lucasgriffin, BASF
I am extremely thankful to all the team at R&R Safety, and what seriously makes it all extra special, is for the first time I feel I have Health & Safety People that can relate to our business and challenges and at the same time have a laugh and understanding of life in the real world
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