Nebosh Fire

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Course RefferenceNebosh Fire
Duration10 Days
NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate
Course Dates: 2011
NGC 1: Monday 1st August – Friday 5th August
NFC 1: Monday 15th August – Friday 19th August
Revision Day: Wednesday 7th September
Exam Dates:
NFC 1: Thursday 8th September
NGC1 : Friday 9th September
All course paperwork and study material will be provided

This course will help delegates contribute to the conduct and review of fire risk assessments as well as fire preventative and protective measures to enable organisations to meet their legal duties.
The NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate is designed for managers, supervisors, employee representatives and others with fire safety responsibility. The course aims to equip delegates to contribute to the conduct and review of fire risk assessments as well as fire preventative and protective measures.
A fire can have a devastating effect on an organisation; 77% of businesses experiencing a major fire never fully recover.
The updated duties under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 place the responsibility on employers and those in control of premises to ensure that they assess fire risks and take steps to minimise those risks and safeguard people in the event of a fire.
How is the NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate course structured?
  • Unit NGC1 – Management of health and safety
  • Unit FC1 – Fire safety and risk management
  • Unit FC2 – Practical fire risk assessment
Candidates who have obtained the NEBOSH National General Certificate, passed unit NGC1 of the NEBOSH National General Certificate or passed NEBOSH National Diploma Paper A1 within the last five years will only have to take and pass units FC1 and FC2. Candidates must successfully complete all three units to achieve the overall qualification.
Key topics in the NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate course.
Attending this course will enable delegates to develop a clear understanding of how to manage the risk of fire in the workplace. The key topics are:
  • Fire legislation
  • Components of fire
  • Fire technology
  • Building design
  • Fire risk assessment
  • Behaviour of people
How is the NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate course assessed
Each candidate will be required to carry out a practical assessment in the workplace (FC2) and to sit two exams of two hours each (NGC1 and FC1) on completion of the course.
Those who have already passed NGC1 as part of the NEBOSH National General Certificate will not be required to re-sit this exam.