Fire Risk Assessment - Training Plus - Health & Safety Courses

Course Summary

The Fire Risk Assessment course is designed for delegates to identiy hazards and take steps to prevent fire in order to protect the safety of occupants, visitors and those in the immediate vicinity. This course will offer practical hands-on experience in this area and allows delegates to gain experience in undertaking actual fire risk assessments.

The Fire Risk Assessment course will cover:-

  •     Legislative requirements relevant to the location of the training
  •     Means of escape and human behaviour
  •     Passive and active fire safety overview
  •     Principles of risk assessment
  •     The risk assessment process
  •     Fire risk assessment – practical exercises
  •     Course assessment
Who is it for?

All personnel within an organisation who have the responsibility for undertaking fire risk assessments and who wish to receive further certification in this subject in order to demonstrate competency.

You will need

You are not required to take any equipment on the fire risk assessment training course.

Your skill level

Delegates will be expected to have some background knowledge of fire safety but may have little or no experience in undertaking fire risk assessments.


Do I need to pay for my training before I do it?

Yes you do, you can pay online when you book your course, or call 0845 872 3411 and pay with a credit card over the phone. Customers with credit terms, please call Training Plus to book your course on 0845 872 3411.

Does the Fire Risk Assessment legislation apply everywhere?

This legislation applies to most premises including:

Shops and offices Hotels, bed and breakfasts and care homes Schools and other places of education Restaurants, pubs and clubs.

Why should I attend the Fire Risk Assessment course?

You should attend the Fire Risk Assessment course to ensure your place of work is a safe environment to be and you have a broad understanding of workplace fire safety, risk assessment processes and current legislation.