Product Auditing is vital if organisations wish to maintain a high standard of installation and level of compliance with BS 5839 Part 1: 2017, This one-day course explains the principles of auditing and includes preparation, performance reporting, root cause analysis and follow-up.
Who should attend?
The course is designed for individuals who have the task of auditing Fire Projects on site, for both Installation and Commissioning, to ensure compliance with the relevant standards and procedures.
- Introduction to auditing
- Scheduling the audit
- Producing and using checklists
- Performing the audit
- Root cause analysis
- Audit follow-up and close out
On completion of this course delegates should:
- Have a good understanding of the principles of auditing
- Be able to plan the overall audit programme
- Be able to plan, perform and report an audit to establish compliance with procedures
- Be able to verify the effective implementation of corrective action and correction.
This Product Auditing course is based on the requirements for auditing against BS 5839 Part 1 but the principles could also be applied to other products such as security systems.
This course has been developed by NSI, which aims to provide the Fire and Security industry with relevant, effective and Quality training solutions. Training courses are held at NSI Headquarters in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance in addition to course notes, checklists, model procedures and sample forms. Those attending will be expected to take an interactive part in the training course, with practical exercises for both group and individual participation. Exercises are based on situations that may arise with a company installing and maintaining fire detection and alarm systems.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Attending this course will contribute 6 structured hours towards your CPD requirements.
Alternatively, contact: Maxine Dent, Training Executive:
T: 01628 764831 E: firstname.lastname@example.org