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Hot Work and Permit to Work

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This e-learning course provides an online introduction to Hot Work. Split into 3 modules, the course content covers considerations in preparing for carrying out Hot Work, the permit to work system as a control method, and the specific fire risks associated with Hot Work and how to mitigate these. This e-course provides the knowledge elements required to ensure safer working in the use and management of Hot Work activities and will assist those who carry out Hot Work, as well as those responsible for overseeing the safety of Hot Work.

Module 1: What is Hot Work?

Learning objectives

  • Define and identify Hot Work tasks
  • Recognise when alternatives to Hot Work are appropriate
  • Identify the hazards associated with Hot Work tasks
  • Apply the hierarchy of controls to Hot Work tasks.

Content

  • What is Hot Work?
  • Permit to Hot Work systems
  • Hot Work hazards and risks
  • The hierarchy of controls
  • Alternatives to Hot Work
  • Guidance and legislation for Hot Work.

Completion time: 25 minutes

Module 2: The Hot Work Permit and process

Learning objectives

  • Identify when a Hot Work Permit is required
  • Recognise the individuals involved in the Hot Work Permit
  • Explain the Hot Work Permit process: before, during and after.

Content

  • When is a Hot Work Permit required?
  • Who is involved in the Hot Work Permit?
  • The Hot Work Permit process: before, during and after
  • Issuing the Hot Work Permit
  • An example of a Hot Work Permit.

Completion time: 30 minutes

Module 3: Fire safety

Learning objectives

  • Outline the elements of the fire triangle
  • Summarise the processes of conduction, convection, and radiation
  • Recognise different methods of building constructions and their vulnerability to fire spread
  • Identify the hazards associated with Hot Work
  • Explain the actions taken in the event of a fire.

Content

  • The fire triangle
  • Pyrolysis
  • Conduction, convection, and radiation
  • Types of flame
  • Fire spread
  • Modern building methods
  • Hazards of Hot Work
  • Actions in an emergency
  • Classes of fire.

Completion time: 35 minutes

In support of bitesize and 24/7 accessible learning, the course content can be paused and returned to as many times as needed throughout a 30-day access period, giving you the flexibility to learn at your own convenience and pace.

Certification: Successful completion of all 3 modules of this e-course will result in a digital certificate for you to download and save. As an e-course, it is not possible to provide a certificate of competence to carry out Hot Work, but the certificate of completion may be used as evidence of your commitment to safe working practices and continual professional development.

Cost:

  • 1-50 users (per user): £31
  • Pricing for more than 50 users is available on request

This e-course can also be purchased to sit on your company’s internal Learning Management System (LMS). Please contact our Training team on training@thefpa.co.uk or 01608 812500 to find out more.

E-courses tailored to your needs

This e-course provides a training experience that would suit most premises types. If you require an e-learning product tailored to your specific premises or business, our Course Development team can customise the content to suit your environment, policies, and processes to ensure relevance and engagement with your staff or residents. Please contact us to discuss your training needs.

CPD courses and qualifications

Our e-courses intend to provide an introductory overview of vital areas within fire safety to support individuals in navigating their roles and creating safer working environments by increasing awareness and understanding of legislation and best practice. If you require a more comprehensive CPD course or qualification to meet your training needs and to evidence your learning and knowledge, you can view our full range of training solutions here.

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This e-learning course provides an online introduction to Hot Work. Split into 3 modules, the course content covers considerations in preparing for carrying out Hot Work, the permit to work system as a control method, and the specific fire risks associated with Hot Work and how to mitigate these. This e-course provides the knowledge elements required to ensure safer working in the use and management of Hot Work activities and will assist those who carry out Hot Work, as well as those responsible for overseeing the safety of Hot Work.

Module 1: What is Hot Work?

Learning objectives

  • Define and identify Hot Work tasks
  • Recognise when alternatives to Hot Work are appropriate
  • Identify the hazards associated with Hot Work tasks
  • Apply the hierarchy of controls to Hot Work tasks.

Content

  • What is Hot Work?
  • Permit to Hot Work systems
  • Hot Work hazards and risks
  • The hierarchy of controls
  • Alternatives to Hot Work
  • Guidance and legislation for Hot Work.

Completion time: 25 minutes

Module 2: The Hot Work Permit and process

Learning objectives

  • Identify when a Hot Work Permit is required
  • Recognise the individuals involved in the Hot Work Permit
  • Explain the Hot Work Permit process: before, during and after.

Content

  • When is a Hot Work Permit required?
  • Who is involved in the Hot Work Permit?
  • The Hot Work Permit process: before, during and after
  • Issuing the Hot Work Permit
  • An example of a Hot Work Permit.

Completion time: 30 minutes

Module 3: Fire safety

Learning objectives

  • Outline the elements of the fire triangle
  • Summarise the processes of conduction, convection, and radiation
  • Recognise different methods of building constructions and their vulnerability to fire spread
  • Identify the hazards associated with Hot Work
  • Explain the actions taken in the event of a fire.

Content

  • The fire triangle
  • Pyrolysis
  • Conduction, convection, and radiation
  • Types of flame
  • Fire spread
  • Modern building methods
  • Hazards of Hot Work
  • Actions in an emergency
  • Classes of fire.

Completion time: 35 minutes

In support of bitesize and 24/7 accessible learning, the course content can be paused and returned to as many times as needed throughout a 30-day access period, giving you the flexibility to learn at your own convenience and pace.

Certification: Successful completion of all 3 modules of this e-course will result in a digital certificate for you to download and save. As an e-course, it is not possible to provide a certificate of competence to carry out Hot Work, but the certificate of completion may be used as evidence of your commitment to safe working practices and continual professional development.

Cost:

  • 1-50 users (per user): £31
  • Pricing for more than 50 users is available on request

This e-course can also be purchased to sit on your company’s internal Learning Management System (LMS). Please contact our Training team on training@thefpa.co.uk or 01608 812500 to find out more.

E-courses tailored to your needs

This e-course provides a training experience that would suit most premises types. If you require an e-learning product tailored to your specific premises or business, our Course Development team can customise the content to suit your environment, policies, and processes to ensure relevance and engagement with your staff or residents. Please contact us to discuss your training needs.

CPD courses and qualifications

Our e-courses intend to provide an introductory overview of vital areas within fire safety to support individuals in navigating their roles and creating safer working environments by increasing awareness and understanding of legislation and best practice. If you require a more comprehensive CPD course or qualification to meet your training needs and to evidence your learning and knowledge, you can view our full range of training solutions here.

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