Fire Safety

Fire Safety: why you should adopt a safety policy

Fire Safety: why you should adopt a safety policy

Date: Thursday, 02 June 2016. -  
Blog, Courses, Training, Fire Safety

Fire safety may not be something that crosses your mind on a daily basis but if you take a look around chances are that you will spot a fire extinguisher or smoke alarm in close proximity. They are ever present to prepare us for the event of a fire, alerting us as soon as possible and ensuring that we can evacuate the building as swiftly as possible. 
 
Without vital safety equipment and a strict fire safety procedure in place, there would be complete disarray that could lead to severe injuries or much worse. 
Things to remember on the fifth of November

Things to remember on the fifth of November

Date: Tuesday, 27 October 2015. -  
Blog, First Aid, Fire Safety

Bonfire night is fast approaching and it won’t be long before we leave the house in a blanket of scarves to the smell of crisp leaves and smoke. It’s easy to get lost in the bursts of colour across the night’s sky and the mesmerizing fizz of a sparkler as you scrawl your name. But remember as you are admiring the spectacle with an “ooh” and an “ahh” that it’s vital you keep a safe distance. 

Fire Crew Save Baby with First Aid

Fire Crew Save Baby with First Aid

Date: Monday, 11 May 2015. -  
Blog, Paediatric, Fire Safety

At 11 am on Saturday baby Thomas’s mother was driving past Leigh Fire Station when she noticed that her premature son was struggling to breathe and was starting to turn blue.
In a desperate attempt to save the baby’s life, his mother asked the fire crew for help.

Fire Safety in the Workplace

Fire Safety in the Workplace

Date: Thursday, 30 April 2015. -  
Blog, Fire Safety

Last year alone the Fire and Rescue Services in Great Britain attended 212,500 fires with 322 fire-related deaths recorded. 

If you are a business owner you are responsible for putting precautionary measures in place to ensure the safety of your staff.

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