Fire Explosion Risk Assessment & Management Analysis
Fire and explosion hazard assessment is executing hazard assessments and assuring all ignition, oxygen, and fuel sources are recognized at or contiguous to the proposed workplace or industrial environment.
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Fire & Explosion Risk Assessment (FERA) is a systematic process that identifies and evaluates the risks related to fire and explosion hazards. Fire in the workplace is one of the most severe concerns; this can significantly impact the organization’s finances and productivity and may also damage the organization’s reputation. So, for those businesses that involve flammable materials within their work environment, it becomes necessary to have the best control measures against the occurrence of fire or explosion. Green world with its expertise in Risk Management & identifying the contributing factors of fires and explosions can help your business alert to the potential red flags before any incident takes place.
- Analyzing the occurrences of such events depending on the common failure data
- Modelling the consequences of an event with regards to the size of the fire, explosion damage, and consequent impacts
- Recommending the most relevant and suitable measures of detection, prevention, controlling, and mitigating the possibilities of fire and explosion events.
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Who can undertake this training?
- Employees involved in working with Chemicals
Why is Green World the best choice for your study?
Green World is a team of dynamic, well-experienced, and recognized experts in their fields. We feel proud of our global presence which empowers us to be capable of providing a complete array of health and safety courses, CPD-approved courses, National Diploma, and RoSPA courses that are focused on establishing effective and practical approaches which help in realizing the vision of accomplishing the specific industrial needs of our clients.
A series of reasonable steps taken to eliminate or control the injuries, effects of the unintentional fall while assessing the work at height.
But there are different types of falls that we must consider obviously, i.e.
- Fall at the same level, within the surface
- fall to a lower level from the height
Falls from roofs and height, in general, are the most common cause of workplace death, according to the Health & Safety Executive. The worrying aspect of this is that these deaths are primarily caused by a failure to assess or recognize fragile work surfaces properly.