Is your workforce fire safety trained? Without an effective emergency plan in place, or the skills to use fire extinguishers, the chances of saving a building and the people inside are considerably compromised.
By law, all employees must be trained in the actions they should take in the event of a fire. We believe that the most effective way of delivering this information is in person, on site. Our consultants can customise their advice to your building, ensuring that you have a robust and effective tailored strategy should disaster strike.
You'll have the opportunity to get hands-on with fire extinguishers, and even try some live fire-fighting so long as there's an outdoor space where it's safe to do so.
Our RoSPA-approved courses include:
We also offer a comprehensive range of online Health and Safety training courses, covering a myriad of topics from Asbestos Awareness and Infection Control to Workplace Safety, Food Hygiene and Noise Awareness.
Latest government statistics show there were almost 16,000 fires in non-residential premises in a 12-month period, with 17 fatalities and 892 non-fatal casualties. Don't let your business become a statistic – contact Allsaved today.
Emergency response is a vital part of our training, but we also emphasise the importance of fire prevention. Simple tips and advice will help protect against the common causes of fire in offices, such as overheating microwaves or faulty wiring on plug-in heaters.
It's all too easy to think of fire as a danger that doesn't apply to you. With our interactive and hard-hitting courses, you'll learn how far from the truth this is.
Prices for Allsaved training courses start from just £13.50 per delegate. Please contact us to register your interest.
Zinon Papadamou, Compliance Manager
I'm Zinon, Allsaved's Compliance Manager. My working day is spread across the business ensuring our clients receive the best possible advice in relation to all fire safety issues. However, sometimes my passion for food takes over and clients leave with a fantastic recipe for BBQ pork rotisserie (I am Greek Cypriot after all!).