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  Southwark Training Centre June 2014
IOSH CDM - Understanding the Regulations 2014

IFSM Approved Courses

IFSM Approved Centre logo small We are working to ensure that when requested, our fire related programmes come with third party accreditation. We have chosen, as our MD is a member of the IFSM, to utilise the professional services of the IFSM approval system

At the request of a number of our key clients we have developed additional training courses that are now approved by the IFSM, these include;
  • Fire Risk Management in Construction
  • Fire Safety Awareness for Construction Project & Site Managers
  • Fire Risk Assessment Principles & Practice
  • Fire Safety Awareness for Housing Officers
  • Fire Marshal & Fire Warden
  • Pre-construction Fire Safety Planning
  • Designing with Fire Safety in Mind
  • Fire Safety for Responsible Persons

If you would like more information about these courses, or wish to have a tailored course developed please do contact us.

Fire Risk Assessment Principles & Practice

A 2 day Seminar and Workshop based on the IOSH CPD programme syllabus aimed at Managers and Safety Practitioners who are responsible for conducting Fire Risk Assessments. The course provides underpinning knowledge on the completion of basic and intermediate assessments.

To compliment this programme a further day can be added to enable delegates to complete a practical fire risk assessment exercise.

The programme covers the elements contained within the FSF competency framework

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Fire Safety Coordinators

Our range of fire safety co-ordinator training programmes are designed for all those appointed by their organisation’s management team to assist them in the overall fire risk management on their premises or site. Each programme is delivered with the delegates workplace in mind so whether a factory, warehouse, construction site or office the programme is tailored to meet the needs of the relevant formative guidance from organisations such as HM Government, Scottish Government, Northern Ireland Government or HSE.

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