Fire Safety

Fire Safety



Fire has a devastating effect on businesses with many never recovering after a major fire.

Building and stock can be insured against but not being able to trade is where the biggest losses lay.

If you are unable to fulfill contracts, chances are your customer will go elsewhere, and then there is always the risk that they will not return once you start trading again.


The best precaution against fire is prevention.


Having staff trained in fire awareness and fire safety will go a long towards prevention. These will teach your staff how to spot potential hazards and how to act and contain a fire if one did break out.





Fire Risk Assessment


It is a legal requirement that all companies who employ 5 or more staff have written risk assessments including fire.

It is best practice for all companies to have written documentation.


We can write or advise you on your Fire Risk Assessment. Contact us to find out how little this can cost.





Regulated Training Courses


Level 1 Fire Safety Awarness - A half day course designed to educate employees on fire awareness.


Level 2 Fire Safety - A one day course designed for those employees who wish to develop their basic fire safety awareness in order to assist their employer by understanding more specific roles in the management of fire risk (e.g. as fire wardens / marshalls)



Bespoke Fire Training


We can also offer non-regulated bespoke courses in Fire Safety, Fire Marshal / Warden & Fire Coordinator 

Contact us for details.





All training records are fully traceable and kept for a minimum of 5 years in compliance with current legislation and are protected under the "Data Protection Act 1998".


Fire Classification & Extinguisher Use

Class A fire involve solids. (wood, paper, plastics etc)


Extinguishers to Use - Water, Foam, Powder

Class B fire involves liquids (petrol, oil, paint, wax etc)


Extinguishers to Use - Foam, Powder

Class C fire involves gas (propane, butane, natural, acetylene etc)


Extinguishers to Use - Powder and Isolate

Class D fires involve metals (sodium, magnesium, zinc, aluminium and many other metals in the form of powders os swarf)


Extinguishers to Use - Special Powders or Sand

Fires involving live electrical equipment


Extinguishers to Use - CO2 or Powder - Powder should only be used on low voltage

Class F fires involve fats & oils


Extinguishers to Use - Wet Chemical

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