N2 Enterprises are offering a fire safety course for those responsible for their organisation’s fire safety management.
Whether you are the owner/occupier, manager, onsite service manager, or any other designation within your organisation, it is important to fully understand the duties in order to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Responsibility to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 rests with the responsible person.
Who is the responsible person?
Any *person from the premises who the:
- i)Owner or
ii) Occupier or
iii) Manager in charge of the premises or
iv) A person designated by the organisation as the ‘Responsible Person‘
* There may be more than one ‘Responsible Person‘ e.g. a premises with more than one occupier (a person in multiple occupations).
The ‘Responsible Person’ must carry out a risk assessment, which must focus on safety in the case of fire covering all relevant persons.
1. Who is the responsible person
2. Co-operation with other responsible parties
3. Risk Assessment
i) Reality of fire and its effects
ii) Dangerous substances
4. Emergency Plans and Planning
i) Summoning Help
6. Fire Marshals
8. Employee’s responsibilities
9. Questions and Answers
Courses can be run for one or more persons companies can combine their senior managers who they have delegated the Responsible Person duties to. This would save money for business and we will deliver on your premises or we can provide a venue if you require please contact us for further details