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Training Course:

IOSH Fire Risk Assessment in Sports Facilities Course

Course Introduction

This general certificate is perfect for managers and supervisors working within the Leisure Industry. The learning outcomes of this training ensure correct risk management at your workplace.

The course is suitable for staff working as a Duty Officer, Manager or Assistant Manager or for staff who may be expected to undertake new or review existing fire risk assessments.  The course is in 9 modules that cover all elements of fire risk assessment in the Leisure Industry. IOSH Fire Risk Assessment training courses provide your member of staff with a general certificate and the skills and knowledge required to assess, identify and mitigate risk within the workplace.

  • Understand and identify the requirements of current fire safety legislation and guidance
  • The ability to explain and define fire safety risk assessment process
  • Identify the relevant requirements when recording a fire risk assessment
  • Strategise and outline the content of an effective action plan
  • Assess and improve fire risk assessments as part of an ongoing fire safety management strategy

Certification

IOSH Fire Risk Assessment Training is a three day course is run by Quality Leisure Management Ltd health and safety professionals, is IOSH-approved [Course number CA412] and for successful candidates, leads to the awarding of a Certificate in Fire Risk Assessment.

The course concludes with a written assessment paper and course costs include a training manual, handouts, CD-ROM with reference material, assessment and certificate.

Syllabus

Module 1 (Fires and fire science):

Classification
Fire start, burn and spread
Smoke

Module 2 (Fire Safety Law):

Managing fire emergencies
Assessing risk
Legislation

Module 3 (Fire risk assessment):

Identification of hazards
Risk reduction
Heat, fuel and oxygen
Record keeping
People at risk

Module 4 (Building Regulations):

Means of escape
Implications for people with special needs
Warning of fire
F&RS access

Module 5 (Firefighting equipment):

Extinguishers
Fixed equipment

Module 6 (Fire signposting):

Emergency signs
Emergency lighting
Inspection and testing

Module 7 (Emergency planning):

Roles and responsibilities
Decision making
Planning into practice

Module 8 (Emergency planning):

Fire drills
Refuges & assembly points
Fire fighting
Building checks and inspections

Module 9 (Completing the assessment):

Model templates
Report writing

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