One of the greatest risks to health associated with fire is the damage caused by smoke. Managing a care home facility carries the duty of ensuring standards relating to fire are met and procedures understood.
As fire alarm systems become more advanced, organisations across the UK have come to rely on these systems to provide early warning in the event of a fire, aiding in safe evacuation and alerting the emergency services.
Fire safety training is a vital element of any fire safety plan, ensuring that care home employees are aware of fire risks in the building and know how to act in the event of an emergency.
Fire safety is an important factor to consider as a retail owner to ensure you comply with health and safety legislation and keep both your customers and employees safe.
During the festive season, fire safety is not something to overlook, particularly in an office environment. Christmas celebrations bring with them a multitude of potential fire hazards such as lights, Christmas trees and decorations.
Nursing homes, care facilities and hospices are key to the comfort and wellbeing of vulnerable people. Managing such a service carries the responsibility of ensuring legislation is followed and regulations are met.
Churches Fire provide a broad range of fire safety services to customers throughout the UK. With all services being independently accredited you can rest assured that your safety is the priority.
Choosing the right care home for a loved one is a long term decision and safety is one of the main priorities.
Churches Fire's David White becomes new IFSM President. David White was sworn in as president of The Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM) at the Fire Safety North event in Manchester.
We understand that your job is caring for all of your patients’ needs; this doesn’t always leave a lot of time to care for your own safety.