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Webinar: How a ‘Responsible Person’ selects competent fire risk assessors and management support

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This Praxis42 webinar, hosted by SHP, provide a forum to open a debate about how to establish competence in the selection and appointment of resources that support an organisations fire life safety strategy.

When you listen to this webinar, you will:

  • Hear expert opinions about common definitions of competence and do they apply to fire safety management
  • Explore the benefits of getting it right and the implications of getting it wrong
  • Hear about what competence might look like and how to describe it
  • Better understand when selecting internal and external fire risk assessors that the selection criteria is the same
  • Hear how employers, clients and organisations senior and middle management can make the right choices and decisions concerning resourcing and appointing competent people such as the ‘Responsible Person’, Fire Risk Assessors’ and establishing a ‘Fire Risk Management Strategy’

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Nick Coombe
Nick Coombe MBE Eng Tech FIFireE
NFCC Protection & Business Safety
Vice Chair
Building Safety Programme Lead

Nick’s 39 years’ service for the London Fire Brigade has spanned many roles including, Head of Fire Safety Training, Enforcement Manager and Head of Fire Safety Policy. He has helped write DCLG guides and as the Chair of CFOA Enforcement working group helped produce policies and guidance on the RRO to Fire & Rescue Services. He is currently NFCC Protection vice chair and Leads the Building Safety Programme.
He is a member of the Joint Regulators Group and the newly formed Protection Board. He is a also member of the Industry Safety Steering Group led by Dame Judith Hackitt to hold industry to account on the progress of post Grenfell change.
He was a founder member of the Fire Risk Assessment Competency Council and is also the IFE lead assessor on Fire Risk Assessment Register of Auditors. He sits on various BS Committees.
In 2019 New Years Honours lists he was awarded a MBE for services to fire safety

Adam Clarke
Adam Clarke
Managing Director of Consulting
Praxis42

Adam is Managing Director of Consulting at Praxis42, having started his career as an apprentice in Occupational health & safety nearly 20 years ago. Adam has previously worked as a Health and Safety Consultant, Trainer and Director.

Adam is passionate about improving health & wellbeing, empowering ownership of risk and utilising technology to make compliance simple.

Adam works with his clients to understand the organisations challenges and then supports them in understanding their compliance needs, tailoring bespoke solutions to fit.

Mike Stevens
Mike Stevens
CEO and Founding Director
Praxis42

Mike, a Chartered Safety Practitioner, is CEO and one of the founding Directors of Praxis42. He has worked in health, safety and compliance for over 30 years, his previous roles include being part of the Occupational, Health, Safety and Fire department at Mercury Communications, Cable and Wireless and before that a consultant at RoSPA. Mike has worked with clients across many sectors including facilities, construction and retail, supporting and understanding their challenges and then working to create and deliver solutions to support and improve the management of risk and compliance in their workplace.

Mike has seen some great strides in fire, health and safety management in his time in the profession and sees it as a priority to provide solutions to the challenges faced by health and safety professionals today, enabling them to focus on their strategic goals and improving overall safety and wellbeing within their organisation.

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