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Development of Fire Risk Assessment National Occupational Standards

II Aspire has been working with Skills for Security, Working Group 4 established as a result of the Hackitt report, and other professionals across the Fire industry to develop the National Occupational Standards in Fire Risk Assessment.

We are now consulting on the content of the National Occupational Standards to determine whether they reflect industry best practice and what someone in the role needs to know and be able to do to carry out their job. We are therefore keen to hear the views of as many Fire Risk Assessment practitioners as possible, to make sure the content is relevant and fit for purpose.

Your input is hugely valuable and will help to define the Standards which will be used to shape courses and qualifications, job descriptions and other talent management tools for individuals, companies, trainers and educators.

The online consultation should take about 15 minutes to complete and can be accessed by clicking the button at the side of the screen. The consultation will be running from now until 5pm on Friday 13th January 2022. Please answer the consultation questions in as much detail as possible, reflecting your experience and current role.


Standards document:

If you have any questions about the consultation, please contact

“I was delighted with the level of detail. It is very reassuring and I would like to that you for an excellent job and completing it so quickly.”

Qualifications Manager,

Scottish Qualifications Authority

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