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We conduct Safety training to empower company employees with skills and knowledge for working in Safe conditions at workplace 

We conduct safety training for both at the Site and Office

Safety training is cost effective than solving issues caused by unsafe working conditions.

It's never too late to learn . . . and it's never too early either.


Safe use of ladders and stepladders

•Ladders and stepladders are not banned under health and safety law.
•The law calls for a sensible, proportionate approach to managing risk, and ladders can be a sensible and practical option for low-risk, short-duration tasks, although they should not automatically be your first choice.
•There are simple, sensible precautions you should take to stay safe when using portable leaning ladders and stepladders in the workplace.
•Make sure that you use the right type of ladder and that you know how to use it safely.
•Know-how and when to use a ladder at work
•How to check your ladder is safe before you use it
•Types of ladders and using them safely
•Where ladders should be used
•Securing ladders and ladders used for access
•Inspecting the condition of ladders  


Working at Heights Training

•Working at heights training is a specialized form of occupational safety training designed to educate individuals on how to safely perform tasks and activities at elevated positions or in environments where there’s a risk of falling.
•This type of training is essential in various industries, including construction, maintenance, roofing, and more, where employees may encounter situations that require them to work at heights above ground level.
•Fall Hazards – can result in severe injuries or fatalities
•Unstable Surfaces – can make it challenging for workers to maintain their balance and stability while working at heights
•Weather Conditions – can create additional hazards and increase the likelihood of accidents
•Inadequate Training – may lead to workers not using fall protection equipment correctly, assessing risks accurately, or following safety procedures
•Lack of Supervision – can result in unsafe practices going unnoticed
•Complacency – can lead to lapses in safety precautions
•Communication Challenges – may result in errors and accidents  


General Safety training to the staff

CO2 Extinguishers are safe to use on fires involving electrical equipment as well as Class B fires (fires involving flammable liquids such paraffin or petrol).
• Lightweight aluminum alloy cylinders
• Safe to use on electrical equipment
• Kitemarked to BS EN3
• CE Approved
• 2kg extinguisher (FXC2) MED Approved
• Complete with mounting bracket
• FXC2 supplied with frost free discharge horn
• FXC5 supplied with hose and horn
• 5-year warranty
Fire extinguishers should be installed and commissioned by a competent person in accordance with BS 5306.  

Training 4

The Compact Automatic Extinguisher allows you to be prepared should a fire break out in your engine room, even when you’re tight on space. The automatic extinguisher comes with a fixing bracket (secure to the ceiling with one screw) and is filled with dry powder for use on many types of fire.
The automatic extinguisher is triggered when a glass bulb in the nozzle breaks, which happens when temperatures soar to 68 degrees Celsius (plenty hot enough to prevent it being triggered accidentally). This will then cause the contents of the 2kg Compact Automatic Extinguisher to be sprayed over a 6 square metre area during the 10 seconds it takes to empty. That will be plenty to put out a fire, and it all happens without you being there.
*Suitable for boats, plant rooms, engine bays, flammable liquid stores.
*Anticipated lifespan with indoor use and proper maintenance - 5 to 10 years.

Training 5

We hare all accessories required for your fire extinguisher to work perfectly

Manual Fire Hose Reel

Training 6

The fixed manual fire hose reel has been a mainstay of fire fighting for decades.
Made by FireChief, it can deliver continuous water easily and reliably at up to 12 metres. A jet spray nozzle is included and is available in 19mm and 25mm versions with hose on and ready-to-go as standard, or without hose. Requiring a gate valve to control water flow and certified to EN671-1 LPCB approval, it's constructed of powder coated steel and brass, and is UV-resistant for a long working lifespan.
Suitable for schools, theatres, warehouses or anywhere with paper, cardboard, curtains, cloth, wood, carpet. 

Training 7

Wheeled fire extinguishers built to move around sites. With foam, Monnex powder, powder and CO2 extinguishers and a special outdoor shelter option.

Fire Hose Cabinet

Training 8

This fire hose cabinet is large enough to fit a lay flat hose that can be placed safely inside and still have space for your fire log book and a fire nozzle too. The water resistant seal on these cabinets help to keep the fire documents safe whilst allowing easy access to them if needed, with a retaining strap for hoses or other items this really is a must have.
Corrosion-proof and shatter-proof with and neoprene weather seal
Wall, post or floor mounting

Economy fire blanket

Training 9

economy fire blanket may have an extremely low price but, like all our fire blankets, is still BSi Kitemarked to to BS EN 1869:1997. At 1 metre x 1 metre, this fire blanket is ideal for small kitchens. 
Technical Specification
5-Year Fire Blanket Warranty
BS 1869:1997 approved, BAFE approved, BSi Kitemarked
Wall mounting hole in a flexible polythene pack
Fire blanket size: height 300mm x width 175mm x depth 30mm
This fire blanket is suitable for small kitchen areas, caravan parks, holiday homes, landlord flats
Anticipated lifespan of this fire blanket with indoor use - should only need replacing after a fire


Training 10

Fire buckets are ideal for storing sand or other absorbent material which can be used to clean up fuel spillages.
• Galvanized for corrosion resistance
• 10 liter capacity
• Ideal for use on garage forecourts
• Can be used for cigarette end disposal
• Handle for transportation
• 10 Liter Capacity
• Three buying options  

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Safety and training package

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