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4a. NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management (Full Course) - Units NGC 1, FC1 and FC2

The NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management is a qualification for those with fire safety responsibilities in the workplace.  The syllabus has been mapped against the 'Competency Criteria for Fire Risk Assessors' which has been produced by the Fire Risk Assessment Competency Council.

This qualification should equip holders to carry out the fire risk assessments of most low risk workplaces, and identify the range of fire protective and preventative measures required. 

Relevant persons would include managers, supervisors, safety representatives and others involved in the management of employee safety.


Course Programme

Unit NGC1 - Management of Health and Safety contains the following elements:

  • Foundations in Health and Safety
  • Policy
  • Organising for Health and Safety
  • Promoting a Positive Health and Safety Culture
  • Risk Assessment
  • Principles of Control
  • Monitoring Review and Audit
  • Incident and Accident Investigation and Reporting


FC 1 - Fire Safety and Risk Management:

  •  Principles of fire and explosion
  • Managing Fire Safety
  • Causes and prevention of fire
  • Fire protection in buildings
  • Safety of People in the Event of a Fire
  • Fire Risk Assessment


FC 2 - Practical Fire risk Assessment


The full course NGC 1, FC 1 and FC2 are delivered over 10 days.


Course Fees:

To attend these three modules would be a fee per delegate of £1395 plus VAT, or bundle fee per delegate of £1295 plus VAT (includes NEBOSH Registration fee).

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Alternative Course Delivery Options

SSG have a unique distance learning package available to delegates who wish to undertake the NEBOSH Fire Safety and Risk Management course, outside of a classroom environment.  Contact our administration team for more information on 01752 201616.


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