Introduction to Fire Safety Management (Free PDF)


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Introduction to Fire Safety Management has been produced for all students taking the NEBOSH Fire Safety & Risk Management Certificate, whether as part of a face to face training course or as part of a distance learning programme. It will also be of significant use for those undertaking a programme of study for Level 3 and 4 S/NVQ in Fire Safety. The book is the approved reference material for those undertaking IOSH certifi ed Fire Risk Assessment, Principles and Practice programmes and the Fire Safety Management programmes at the Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH).

This book has been produced to provide those establishing fire safety management systems within their workplace and those undertaking fi re risk assessments, on behalf of the responsible person, with an all encompassing reference book without the need to initially access the huge range of British and European Standards in relation to fire and risk management.

The material included within the text effectively covers both the National General Certificate (NGC1) material and the Fire Safety & Risk Management (FC1 & 2) materials so that those studying for the full NEBOSH programme do not have to purchase two text books. It is also useful for those who have not undertaken a course of study to have reference to general safety management principles and arrangements, as many fire safety books fail to address the management principles and detail only physical fire safety systems (fire alarm, suppression, detection, etc.).

Given that the materials included within this text book also cover previous MCI units for the Emergency Fire Service Management (EFSM) S/NVQ, the material within this book will also assist those serving in the emergency Fire & Rescue Services as part of their development programmes, particularly those starting within the Fire Safety and Community Fire Safety areas.

Content:-
PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
ILLUSTRATIONS CREDITS
1. FIRE SAFETY FOUNDATIONS
2. SAFETY POLICY
3. ORGANISING FOR SAFETY
4. SAFETY CULTURE
5. PRINCIPLES OF RISK ASSESSMENT
6. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CONTROL
7. PRINCIPLES OF FIRE AND EXPLOSION
8. CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF FIRE
9. FIRE PROTECTION IN BUILDINGS
10. SAFETY OF PEOPLE IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE
11. MONITORING, AUDITING AND REVIEWING FIRE SAFETY SYSTEMS
12. REACTIVE MONITORING – REPORTING, RECORDING AND INVESTIGATION
13. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF FIRE
14. FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT
15. SUMMARY OF KEY LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
ABBREVIATIONS
INDEX

Author Details
"Andrew Furness"

"Martin Muckett"




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