Fire and Safety Forum (FSF), (National Academic Council of Fire and Safety Forum Member of QCI & Niti Ayog Central Govt. of India), Now an NGO member of United Nations also Formed in 2009, as an awarding body with charitable status in India, we do research about various issues in the workplace, environment, and provide better solutions to the society. We offer a wide range of Internationally accepted qualifications, Diplomas (Level 1 to Level 8) and awards relevant to meet the occupational, health, environment and safety management requirements of all places of work. The courses leads to the professional qualifications trained, 7000+ Student Members 50000+ Volunteer Members from 57 Countries and delivered in 500+ Companies round the Globe. FSF is an Institutional/University- Member of Quality Council of India. Our qualifications are recognized by relevant professional bodies across 193 country consortium, World Safety Forum etc. Listed in United Nations on 25 June 2018 ** Next Global Safety Summit 2018-2019 CONFERENCE, EXHIBITION, AWARDS Kochi Kerala India

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Safest Future
We integrate activities through Research & Development in advanced technologies and science, and applying to Health Safety Environment Management, hence setting out new safety strategies and standards. Safety education contributions from FSF implements these findings to industries.
Vision
We aim the safest environment to every one through a voluntary movement at the international level on Safety Management & Health Administration by educating and influencing society to adopt appropriate polices, practices and methods to install, maintain & manage safety to avoid human suffering and economic loss due to hazards.
Mission
We aim the safest environment to every one through a voluntary movement at the international level on Safety Management & Health Administration by educating and influencing society to adopt appropriate polices, practices and methods to install, maintain & manage safety to avoid human suffering and economic loss due to hazards.