This is a course accredited by The Open Group. CourseMonster promotes this
course for Architecting the Enterprise, Enterprise Architects and QA.
A highly recommended entry level course to the National Diploma qualification. The Certificate
in Fire Safety and Risk Management syllabus consists of two units: one focusing on risk management
(Unit NGC1) and the other on fire safety (Unit FC1). Assessment is two written examinations (one
for each of the units NGC1 and FC1) and a workplace-based fire risk assessment (FC2)
Managers and supervisory staff who need to ensure that their organisations meet its legal duties
and safeguards its people and its business. Suitable for those progressing into Fire Safety Advisor
roles. Beneficial to fire service personnel developing their underpinning knowledge as part of the
Integrated Personal Development System
Apply basic management principles and practices to fire safety and health issues as part of a
total management strategy.
Set practicable fire safety and health objectives and plan and implement courses of action to
Recognise fire safety and health hazards present in the workplace and the types of control
measures needed to manage them.
Take account of risks form work activities arising from human factors.
Ensure that adequate information, training and supervision is provided for employees in the
Investigate an incident involving injury or damage in order to determine the causes and take
appropriate remedial action.
Communicate effectively on fire safety and health issues with supervisors, those workers they
are responsible for and safety and health professionals.
Understand the main legal responsibilities of employers and managers and act to fulfil
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