Duration: ½ day

This course covers all aspects of how to provide a firework display and is suitable for any person or group considering running and firing a Category 3 firework display.

The course introduces attendees to legal, regulatory, practical and safety requirements along with helpful guidance to firework display organisers.

Topics covered include dynamic risk management, products, regulatory requirements, practical rigging and firing.

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  • Full CE conformity, 5th July 2017

    Date: 12 March 2017
    BS and CE Fireworks The Pyrotechnic Articles (Safety) Regulations 2010, came into force 4th July 2010 (this included Category F1, F2 and F3 fireworks) excepting part 3 (Category F4 fireworks and... Read more
  • HSE directives April 2016

    Date: 27 April 2016
    Explosives Regulations 2016 and CAD essentials Explosives Regulations 2014 (Amendment) Regulations 2016 come into force
    The Explosives Regulations 2014 (Amendment) Regulations 2016...
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Testimonials

  • Ian R Smith

    The UK Firework Company

    "Course presented very well and very informative, well recommended....I'm glad that I attended and now feel safer around fireworks"

  • Geoffrey Gates

    Insurance Experts

    "I was new to fireworks and found it all very informative.....excellent, very professional and easy to listen to and understand - very enjoyable"

  • Clare Hawkins
    Insurance Experts

    "Well presented, informal but professional way, encouraged questions and wasn't intimidating."

  • Gareth Barnes
    UKPS

    "Better understanding of how legislation fits together helped to dispel some of the myths."

  • Danny Bryant
    Extra FX

    "The course was presented in a relaxed way which I thought was great, had fun but also serious on relevant issues."