Date Venue Fee
19 Aug - 23 Aug 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
16 Dec - 20 Dec 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
18 Aug - 22 Aug 2025 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
About the Course

Each year in the U.S., 70,000-80,000 workplaces experience a serious fire. Property losses from workplace fires exceed $2 Billion annually. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Charts, 1992-2007, fires and explosions accounted for 3% of workplace fatalities in 2007.

Fire and explosion present a significant hazard to life and structure. Still, in many cases, it could be avoided or the damage minimised if the theory of combustion and the means by which fire spreads were more widely appreciated. Fire safety is important, and one must take proper precautions to prevent a fire. Yes, fire may be inevitable, but if prepared, you can save lives, much suffering and a great deal of property.

If a corporation faces a major interruption, it still has a service to maintain and it has a product to produce; it has customers, suppliers, investors and employees to be kept informed and updated; therefore, an effective and well-rehearsed Emergency Action Plan has to be in place and validated before that day. So, this Advanced Fire Safety Risk Assessment training course will give the delegates intensive knowledge and familiarise with fire safety law, how to carry out a fire risk assessment, and the fire safety systems, equipment, and procedures you must have in place.

Core Objectives

The delegates will achieve the following objectives:

  • Understand the combustion process and fire classification
  • Know the fire extinguishing media and firefighting equipment
  • Maintain firefighting and fire detection equipment
  • Understand the elements of an emergency action plan and its development process
  • Understand the need for co-ordinate planning, training, exercising and team development for emergency cases
  • Carry out a Fire Risk Assessment in the workplace, ensuring as far as reasonably
  • Evaluate the likely behaviour of building materials in a fire situation
  • Recognise where hazards may exist in your building and implement suitable measures to control them
  • Identify vulnerable people who may need additional fire safety measures and understand how to create personal emergency evacuation plans
Training Approach

This training course will utilise various proven learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes discussion and lectures using international best practices, practical applications, exercises and case studies.

The Attendees

This Advanced Fire Safety Risk Assessment training course is designed for people responsible for implementing fire safety procedures and carrying out fire risk assessments in their workplaces.

Likewise, it will be valuable to the professionals but not limited to the following:

  • Fire Team
  • Safety Manager, Engineers, Officers, Supervisors and Inspectors
  • Safety Committee Members
  • Engineers who have the fire safety responsibilities
Daily Discussion


  • Basic Principles of Fire
  • The Fire Tetrahedron
  • Fire Stages and Heat Transfer
  • Classification of Fire
  • Reasons why fires spread
  • Causes and Consequences of Fires
  • Fire Safety Legislation


  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Assessments Responsibility
  • Step 1: Identify the Fire Hazards
  • Step 2: Determine who might be harmed and how
  • Step 3: Decide what precautions you need
  • Step 4: Record your findings and implement controls
  • Step 5: Review and update your assessment


  • Preventing Fire Strategy
  • Fire Spread Minimisation
  • Fire Extinguishment Theories
  • Building Layout and Construction
  • Smoking Policy
  • Equipment and Machinery


  • Common Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
  • Firefighting Equipment
  • Extinguishing Media
  • Team Competence
  • Access to fire and rescue services and vehicles
  • Fire International Codes


  • Means of Egress
  • Emergency Evacuation Procedures
  • Role and appointment of fire marshals
  • Fire Drills and Roll Call
  • Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans
  • Emergency Action Plan