course enquiry course enquiry The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, requires the responsible person to carry out a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment.

A fire safety risk assessment involves a full evaluation of your premises in terms of fire safety hazards, positioning of fire extinguishers and signage, evacuation procedures and a report, written by a competent person detailing how to minimise fire risk.

Who this course is for?
Employers, property owners, landlords, health and safety managers, facilities managers and fire wardens in both small and large organisations.

The course covers:

  • Principles of fire safety
  • What fire is and how it spreads
  • Preventing fires occurring
  • Controlling the effects if they start
  • Means of extinguishing fires
  • Means of raising the alarm
  • Emergency procedures and means of escape
  • Identifying the fire hazard
  • Evaluating the fire risks
  • Recording the fire risk assessment
  • Reviewing the fire risk assessment


This course will help you as an employer to understand your responsibilities for fire safety, and provide you with the skills and knowledge to undertake fire risk assessment within your workplace.

A fire risk assessment template will be made available for use within your undertaking.