Fire Safety risk assessments

The Fire Safety regulatory reform order 2005, requires all premises used for non-domestic purposes (with a few small exceptions) to undertake regular fire risk assessments. Companies must have a designated “Responsible Person” whose job is to make certain specific actions are carried out to prevent fires and injury / death if a fire actually occurs.  It is estimated that there are nearly 20,000 commercial fires in the UK each year and the act was passed to ensure companies take fire safety seriously.

TutorCare offer a BSC (British Safety Council) accredited online course for staff in any sector covering fire risk assessment and associated laws.  The course that comes with a digital certificate upon completion is designed for management and employees who need to identify risks in their workplace but don’t necessarily have the time to attend training courses elsewhere.

For more details please see our BSC Fire Risk Assessment Course here.

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