Fire Safety Staff Training
In Britain, fires in the workplace cost hundreds of millions of pounds every year. According to statistics, 80% of businesses never recover after a serious fire. This is why fire safety staff training is vital, as knowing how to deal with a fire can mean the difference between saving your business and losing it or the loss of someone’s life.
The Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997 states that places of work with five or more employees must have a written risk assessment, highlighting any precautionary measures taken against fire, and any preventative action required.
Engineers With First Hand Experience
Fire Guard Services offer comprehensive and professional fire safety staff training to educate all members of staff on the dangers of fire, fire awareness, what preventative measures there are and what to do in the event of a fire. Fire Guard Services also provide fire warden and fire marshal training for members of staff who are required to be a qualified fire warden/marshal
Our engineers are all IOSH (Institute of Occupational Safety and Health) certified, and have over ten years experience in the fire service. They have first hand knowledge and experience of what dealing with fire is really like, and are therefore in the best position to train your staff for this situation.