18 Jan

Fire risk assessment and awareness

This course has been converted to an online format with the course taking place over four half-days.

Fire risk awareness day one - 18 and 19 January 2022 (Times TBC)
Fire risk awareness day two - 20 and 21 January 2022 (Times TBC)

CIEH member
: £320
Affiliate member: £495
Non-member: £495

Please note that this training will be delivered via the Zoom online platform.  Please ensure that you are able to access this prior to booking.

How do I pay? Please click on the book now to complete the online booking. If your local authority does not allow credit card payments please speak to our contact centre: 020 7827 5800, or email [email protected]

Additional dates:
22 & 23 Feb and 24 & 25 Mar

Online (Zoom)

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Event context:
To provide an overview of fire safety in domestic dwellings

Event overview:
This online course is divided over four half days and will lead delegates through fire safety legislation, relevant government guidance, codes of practice and applicable British Standards. There will be exploration of the development and spread of fire in domestic dwellings, the methods of control and detection while examining the various formats a fire risk assessment may take. By the end of both sessions, delegates will be able to critically review fire risk assessments and ensure they are accurate.

By the end of this workshop delegates will (bullet points):

  • Have an understanding of the Legislation covering fire risk assessments.
  • Be able to reference the appropriate guidance, codes of practice and British Standards.
  • Appreciate fire spread in domestic dwellings.
  • Know what fire protection and detection should be installed.
  • Recognise and be able to audit Fire Risk Assessments

Who should attend:
All private sector enforcement officers, HMO staff and property managers

Event aims, objectives and (learning) outcomes:

  • To have an understanding of both the local authority role and that of the fire and rescue service in enforcing fire safety in domestic dwellings.
  • Determine the methods of controlling and detecting the spread of fire.
  • Now who is responsible for carrying out a fire risk assessment, what format it may be presented in and be able to critically examine it.
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