Dublin | Fire safety management training
Understand fire safety legislation and building regulations, learn effective pre-fire planning & develop a compliant fire safety register
Fire Safety is rarely out of the news these days and for good reason. With the current and ongoing fire safety legislation and significant compliance obligations, many organisations have discovered they have some way to go to ensure they are on top of their legal obligations and satisfied their office or work environments are fire safe. Unfortunately, many companies and organisations have stated in the past they are often unaware of the current legislation, or potential fire hazards within the building and many have no designated fire safety manager who has been formally trained to identify and manage fire safety within the workplace.
For those attending this training course, you can be assured of leaving at the end of the day with new knowledge and skills and an awareness of the science and causes of fire, pre-fire planning and a better undertaking of statutory functions including fire drills and fire exercises. You will also be better able to develop and maintain an in-house compliant fire safety register, be aware and informed on current fire safety legislation and building regulations, help with in house passive and active fire safety protection and be in a position to develop better fire safety measures within your company or organisation.
As this course will also cover the Statutory legislative framework in terms of the Fire Services Acts (1981-2003), The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act (2005) and the Building Control Acts (1990 -2017), you will come away with the guidance of an expert tutor in this space, plus the key points of the relevant legislation within the course documentation and takeaway pack.
Topics to be discussed include;
- Gain an understanding of fire science and discover what’s involved
- Distinguish the difference between fire safety and fire prevention
- Learn how to identify significant fire risk and associated hazards
- Assess and implement fire prevention measures for ignition sources that may exist within your premises
- Learn more about the current Fire Safety Legislation including the Building Regulations, potential ‘Pre-Fire’ planning and emergency procedures
- Identify essential training objectives for staff and visitors
- Identify Fire protection systems – both manual and automatic / Passive and Active Fire Protection
- How to develop a fire safety register
- Q&A section
Brendan Kavanagh MIFSM, MIET, MIHEEM, CMIOSH is an acknowledged expert with over forty years’ experience in fire science, safety and investigation.
This training course costs €395 early-bird (normal rate €495). The price includes course documentation and training pack, teas and coffee, snacks, biscuits, fruit on arrival. Lunch is a light fare containing freshly cut sandwiches, wraps, a selection of teas and coffee. Alternatively, you can avail of the local food stores and coffee shops within a one-minute radius of the training centre for hot food or alternative lunch options.
There are 3 ways to book your place:
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Email - Please click here to request booking details by email
Phone - Contact Eva Ward on 01-2934768 to secure your place
Places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis.
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