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Fire Risk Assessment Competency Criteria
The document was produced as a result of amiguity of competency for Fire Risk Assessors. The Fire Risk Assessment Competency Council, comprises a broad group of relevant stakeholders and its objective has been to establish agreed, industry-wide, criteria against which the competence of a fire risk assessor can be judged.
It is anticipated that these criteria will be used by professional bodies and third party certification bodies who register or certificate fire risk assessors and, by commercial companies providing fire risk assessment services.
Document published 2018
Fire Competency Framework - Fire Sector Federation (FSF)
This first edition working document has been prepared to assist in the development of competency by individuals operating in the subject discipline of fire and fire safety by outlining a framework of areas of study to gain knowledge and education.
The framework is intended as guidance for interpretation by those providing training and education. The framework’s primary purpose is as a guide to those who are engaged in fire safety work as a member of the fire safety sector.
Document publish May 2018
Building a Safer Future - An Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety
Following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower, the Government launched an idependent review of current Building Regulations. Dame Judith Hackitt identifies a number of key issues underpinning the system failure, including:
ignorance, indifference, lack of clarity on roles and responsibilities and inadequate regulatory oversite and enforcement tools.
Document published May 2018
ABI Cladding Systems research Report
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) commissioned the Fire Protection Association (FPA) to carry out a series of carefully controlled experiments recreating more realistic building conditions than those in which the standard tests are done, in an effort to measure what difference these factors could make in the event of a fire.
Document Published May 2018