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NEBOSH General Fire Safety & Risk Management

NEBOSH General Fire Safety & Risk Management

Qualification – NEBOSH / IOSH

The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate is recognised as the standard qualification in health and safety for the non-safety specialist embarking on a role with Fire Safety responsibility.

Awarding Organisation – City & Guilds

The aim of this course is to give people at any level, in any sector, a grounding in the essentials of health and safety.  It focuses on why health and safety is important and how individuals can make a real difference to the wellbeing of themselves and others.  The course is also an ideal means of providing health and safety induction training for new employees in an organisation.

Price: On application

Please contact us for availability and course dates

Full Course details

NEBOSH General Fire Safety & Risk Management

Qualification – NEBOSH / IOSH

The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate is recognised as the standard qualification in health and safety for the non-safety specialist embarking on a role with Fire Safety responsibility.

 

Awarding Organisation – City & Guilds

The aim of this course is to give people at any level, in any sector, a grounding in the essentials of health and safety.  It focuses on why health and safety is important and how individuals can make a real difference to the wellbeing of themselves and others.  The course is also an ideal means of providing health and safety induction training for new employees in an organisation.

Who Should Attend?

Non-specialists in health and safety who hold a role in Fire Safety responsibility. The syllabus is based on National Occupational Standards in Fire Safety at Level 3, which has common units with the Emergency Fire Services National Occupational Standards. Therefore, the NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificates may also be of benefit to fire services personnel developing their underpinning knowledge as part of the Integrated Personal Development System

 

Course Objectives

On successful completion of the course candidates will be able to conduct and review fire risk assessments and advise on the fire preventive and protective measures within most workplaces.

Course Content

Managing Fire safety

Principles of fire and explosion

Causes and prevention of fire

Fire prevention in buildings

Safety of people in the event of a fire

Fire Risk Assessment

 

This course is for delegates who have successfully completed the NEBOSH National General certificate in the last 5 years or who also intend to take Unit 1 of the NEBOSH National General Certificate (NGC1).

 

Assessment

Two written examinations – one on each of the two taught units and a practical assessment with a written report.

 

ndards (such as ILO Codes of Practice) and general principles of good practice, making it relevant to personnel all over the world. It has been designed for managers, supervisors and employee representatives and is ideal for anyone who wants to establish a career in health and safety.

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Course Objectives

On successful completion of the course candidates will be able to: –

  • Understand the management framework, moral & economic requirements & implications for good standards in health & safety within an organisation.

  • Develop, promote & communicate an effective health & safety culture in an organisation.

  • Identify the key features of a health & safety policy, the preparations & performance review of a health & safety audit. Understand the importance of proactive & reactive health & safety monitoring measures.

  • Identify hazards in the workplace & carry out risk assessments, record findings & review procedures.

  • Advise on strategies for controlling hazards, reducing risks & applying safe systems of work.

  • Identify fire hazards & consequential risks, advise on measures to minimise fire risks & develop fire procedures.

  • Identify ill health effects of physical processes of work & the environment & recommend suitable measures to combat risks.

  • Explain the processes & procedures for investigating & reporting accidents at work.

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Course Agenda

This course will cover the following topics: –

Unit 1 – Management of International Health & Safety (IGC1)
Element 1 – Foundations in Health & Safety
Element 2 – Health & Safety Policy
Element 3 – Organising for Health & Safety
Element 4 – Promoting a Positive Health & Safety Culture
Element 5 – Risk Assessment
Element 6 – Principles of Control
Element 7 – Monitoring, Review and Audit
Element 8 – Occupational Incident and Accident Investigation, Recording and Reporting

Unit 2 – Control of International Workplace Hazards (IGC2)
Element 1 – Movement of People and Vehicles – Hazards and Control
Element 2 – Manual and Mechanical Handling – Hazards and Control
Element 3 – Working Equipment – Hazards and Control
Element 4 – Electrical Hazards and Control
Element 5 – Fire – Hazards and Control
Element 6 – Chemical and Biological Health Hazards and Control
Element 7 – Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Control
Element 8 – Construction Activities – Hazards and Control

Unit IGC3: International Health and Safety Practical Application

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Who Should Attend?

Managers, supervisors and employees based outside the UK who require a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety principles and practices.

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Assessment

Assessment is by an end-of-course examination comprising two written papers – IGC1 and IGC2 – and a practical assessment IGC3 which consists of carrying out a health and safety inspection of a workplace and preparing a management report. Delegates are responsible for submitting their assessments within the required timescales. If assessments are not submitted by this time the candidate will fail the course.

 

NEBOSH General Fire Safety & Risk Management

Price: On application

Please contact us for availability and course dates

NEBOSH General Fire Safety & Risk Management

Qualification – NEBOSH / IOSH

The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate is recognised as the standard qualification in health and safety for the non-safety specialist embarking on a role with Fire Safety responsibility.

Awarding Organisation – City & Guilds

The aim of this course is to give people at any level, in any sector, a grounding in the essentials of health and safety.  It focuses on why health and safety is important and how individuals can make a real difference to the wellbeing of themselves and others.  The course is also an ideal means of providing health and safety induction training for new employees in an organisation.

Full Course details

NEBOSH General Fire Safety & Risk Management

Qualification – NEBOSH / IOSH

The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate is recognised as the standard qualification in health and safety for the non-safety specialist embarking on a role with Fire Safety responsibility.

 

Awarding Organisation – City & Guilds

The aim of this course is to give people at any level, in any sector, a grounding in the essentials of health and safety.  It focuses on why health and safety is important and how individuals can make a real difference to the wellbeing of themselves and others.  The course is also an ideal means of providing health and safety induction training for new employees in an organisation.

Who Should Attend?

Non-specialists in health and safety who hold a role in Fire Safety responsibility. The syllabus is based on National Occupational Standards in Fire Safety at Level 3, which has common units with the Emergency Fire Services National Occupational Standards. Therefore, the NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificates may also be of benefit to fire services personnel developing their underpinning knowledge as part of the Integrated Personal Development System

 

Course Objectives

On successful completion of the course candidates will be able to conduct and review fire risk assessments and advise on the fire preventive and protective measures within most workplaces.

Course Content

Managing Fire safety

Principles of fire and explosion

Causes and prevention of fire

Fire prevention in buildings

Safety of people in the event of a fire

Fire Risk Assessment

 

This course is for delegates who have successfully completed the NEBOSH National General certificate in the last 5 years or who also intend to take Unit 1 of the NEBOSH National General Certificate (NGC1).

 

Assessment

Two written examinations – one on each of the two taught units and a practical assessment with a written report.

 

ndards (such as ILO Codes of Practice) and general principles of good practice, making it relevant to personnel all over the world. It has been designed for managers, supervisors and employee representatives and is ideal for anyone who wants to establish a career in health and safety.

Show / Hide

Course Objectives

On successful completion of the course candidates will be able to: –

  • Understand the management framework, moral & economic requirements & implications for good standards in health & safety within an organisation.

  • Develop, promote & communicate an effective health & safety culture in an organisation.

  • Identify the key features of a health & safety policy, the preparations & performance review of a health & safety audit. Understand the importance of proactive & reactive health & safety monitoring measures.

  • Identify hazards in the workplace & carry out risk assessments, record findings & review procedures.

  • Advise on strategies for controlling hazards, reducing risks & applying safe systems of work.

  • Identify fire hazards & consequential risks, advise on measures to minimise fire risks & develop fire procedures.

  • Identify ill health effects of physical processes of work & the environment & recommend suitable measures to combat risks.

  • Explain the processes & procedures for investigating & reporting accidents at work.

Show / Hide

Course Agenda

This course will cover the following topics: –

Unit 1 – Management of International Health & Safety (IGC1)
Element 1 – Foundations in Health & Safety
Element 2 – Health & Safety Policy
Element 3 – Organising for Health & Safety
Element 4 – Promoting a Positive Health & Safety Culture
Element 5 – Risk Assessment
Element 6 – Principles of Control
Element 7 – Monitoring, Review and Audit
Element 8 – Occupational Incident and Accident Investigation, Recording and Reporting

Unit 2 – Control of International Workplace Hazards (IGC2)
Element 1 – Movement of People and Vehicles – Hazards and Control
Element 2 – Manual and Mechanical Handling – Hazards and Control
Element 3 – Working Equipment – Hazards and Control
Element 4 – Electrical Hazards and Control
Element 5 – Fire – Hazards and Control
Element 6 – Chemical and Biological Health Hazards and Control
Element 7 – Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Control
Element 8 – Construction Activities – Hazards and Control

Unit IGC3: International Health and Safety Practical Application

Show / Hide

Who Should Attend?

Managers, supervisors and employees based outside the UK who require a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety principles and practices.

Show / Hide

Assessment

Assessment is by an end-of-course examination comprising two written papers – IGC1 and IGC2 – and a practical assessment IGC3 which consists of carrying out a health and safety inspection of a workplace and preparing a management report. Delegates are responsible for submitting their assessments within the required timescales. If assessments are not submitted by this time the candidate will fail the course.

 

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