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Understand how to manage fire safety at work


Delegate on a Fire Safety for Managers course

If you are a training provider interested in delivering the Fire Safety for Managers course, please contact courses@iosh.co.uk or call +44 (0)116 2573605.

A sustainable, workplace, fire safety culture is based on a shared set of positive attitudes, knowledge, perceptions and beliefs about fire prevention and fire protection. An important step to achieving such a culture is to get the buy-in of managers, supervisors and team leaders. Download the course fact sheet.

Who the course is for

Anyone in a management or supervisory role who requires an awareness of fire safety. 

Why it works

  • Designed for managers and supervisors in any sector and in any organisation worldwide
  • Provides the knowledge and tools required to tackle fire safety issues
  • Flexible delivery options to suit your business - the course only takes one day to complete
  • Efficient and effective learning – fire basics are covered in a single programme
What to expect
Fire Safety for Managers course workbook sample
  • Memorable, thought-provoking facts and case studies from across the globe
  • Modules backed by clear examples and recognisable scenarios
  • Summaries to reinforce key points
  • Checklists and other materials that you can take back to the workplace to manage fire safety issues 
  • Practical exercise based on the operations of a real business
  • Successful delegates are awarded an IOSH Fire Safety for Managers certificate
  • View a sample of the delegate workbook
Top 5 business benefits

Fire Safety for Managers will help your organisation:

  • minimise fire risk in the workplace
  • improve your fire safety culture 
  • activate staff involvement to improve the workplace 
  • achieve an internationally recognised and respected certification for managers and supervisors
  • enhance its reputation within the supply chain.
Top 5 delegate benefits

By attending this course, you’ll be able to:

  • integrate fire safety as part of day-to-day management
  • understand your responsibilities for fire prevention
  • assess fire risks
  • measure your own performance
  • adopt fire safety good practice.