Managing Risk

Free online fire safety training

We would like to support not only our customers but everyone during this time where we can. We are therefore offering free access to our online fire safety training programme to everyone. Evacuating the premises safely and effectively is paramount in the event of a fire and the procedure should be familiar to all employees and visitors. If you’ve got furloughed staff, perhaps now is the perfect time to re-familiarise your staff with fire training. Contact us on our dedicated number below.

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Fire - Weekly Checks

While many companies have staff operating on a “working from home” basis leaving premises empty, a strategy needs to be put in place to ensure your business is protected against the threat of fire and theft during this time.

To help support you, we’ve created a free downloadable checklist and detailed below things that you can check on a weekly basis to ensure the safety of your buildings.

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Fire Warden checklist

Ensure a successful emergency evacuation procedure with our free fire warden checklist.

This list ensures you have the correct number of fire wardens within your business, considers the day-to-day tasks that should be undertaken and includes additional regular checks.

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Evacuation strategy

Evacuating the premises safely and effectively is paramount in the event of a fire and the procedure should be familiar to all employees and visitors. During Covid-19, fire drills are still an important part of any successful emergency evacuation procedure; they can help you highlight any aspects of your fire provisions which prove to be ineffective.

Please see below our free guide on how to undertake your evacuation strategy.

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SECURITY - MANAGING RISK

Many businesses are working under reduced occupancy due to Covid-19, with many unusually empty buildings having closed at speed, protection from theft is critical at this time of increased risk.

To help address and reduce the threat on your unoccupied premises, the following guide details actions that should be considered as your overall security strategy.

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Security - weekly checks

During times of empty occupancy, it is important to note that a regular inspection of the premises is advised, if safe to do so, to look out for evidence of attempted or successful entry.

To help support you, we’ve created a free downloadable checklist and detailed below things that you can check on a weekly basis to ensure the safety of your buildings.

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To find out more about how Churches Fire can help you manage your risk to ensure protection from fire and theft, please get in touch.

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