The IOSH South Downs Branch have joined together with the IOSH Fire Risk Management Group for a collaborative event a, ‘Fire safety in the workplace’ course on 25 March.
The day-long seminar which will take place at Roffey Park, West Sussex, is open to IOSH members and non-members alike, aiming to provide comprehensive fire training for all health and safety practitioners, managers and consultants
The event promises to showcase how the daily responsibilities of an IOSH professional are linked to all issues surrounding workplace fire safety as well as risk management and what business can so to provide assistance during an incident.
With a full programme of informative presentations based on experiences of working through a real fire event, including how to deal with fire safety issues, how to overcome alarm complacency, risk assessments, and planning for an emergency evacuation, the event will offer a deeper understanding to these important industry issues.
Attendees will also hear personal experiences of those who have lived through a major event, offering valuable skills to takeaway and apply to your workplace.
The event will include a presentation on ‘Dealing with individuals with disabilities during fire emergencies’ from IOSH Vice-President, Dr David Gold as well as a Q&A panel discussion with Chair of IOSH Fire Risk Management Group, Neil Vincer.
For the opportunity to pose your questions to a panel, network with an array of industry professionals and update you’re CPD, here’s how you can secure your place today:
Please go to www.iosh.com/events to find the event listing, make a booking and pay for your place online.
Please send your completed booking form to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you to arrange a secure payment.
Contact: The Bookings team on +44 (0)116 257 3197 and register your place using your credit or debit card. For any additional information, you can also use our contact form for any questions that you might have, regarding any fire safety course.