Why Benfield Fire Safety?
Benfield Fire Safety is a leading fire safety, fire risk assessment and fire safety training provider based in the South of England in Hampshire and working for businesses and organisations across the UK.
Our mission is simple – to save lives – and we do this through the delivery of high-quality risk assessments and fire safety training using state-of-the-art technology. All our fire safety training and services are fulfilled by experienced ex-fire officers with more than 25 years’ experience in the fire sector.
Our number one priority is to help organisations meet their legal requirements for fire safety and reduce or eliminate risk. A key focus of our training is empowering staff members so they act with confidence should the worst happen, and a fire breaks out.
The fire safety training we deliver uses digital technology which allows us to simulate realistic fire emergencies inside your premises alongside the use of other equipment such as smoke goggles. We also train outdoors using a gas generator to create a live controlled fire, which we put out using real fire extinguishers.
We aim to become a trusted partner and develop long-term relationships with clients by providing reliable and
effective fire safety services and training.
Autism Hampshire delivers high-quality services that meet the diverse needs of people on the autism spectrum in Hampshire and the surrounding area.
Manor Trust Bedhampton
The Manor Trust Bedhampton is a Registered Charity that serves to provide accommodation for the elderly and preserve the heritage of the village.
Alverstoke House Nursing Home
Alverstoke House Nursing Home was originally part of the National Children’s Home site off Clayton Road in Alverstoke, near Gosport in Hampshire.
St John’s Winchester
St John’s Winchester is a charity focusing on supporting older people to help enable them to live full and rich lives through quality care and housing.
How to prevent fire in schools
Fire has the potential to spread and have a long lasting impact in minutes. The thought of this kind of emergency happening in a school, where there is a significant risk to life, is frightening. This is why it is important to mitigate the risk of fire in schools with proper assessment, precautions and training.
Emergency planning at work: the importance of fire safety training
No-one enjoys thinking about the worst-case scenario. But when you run a business and are responsible for employees, customers and critical infrastructure, emergency planning is vital. Essentially, emergency planning is about protecting lives and allowing your organisation to return to normal operations as soon as possible.
Fire risk assessments in residential care homes
All residential care homes must have a fire risk assessment. It’s the law. And you must ensure a suitably competent person completes it. But whilst it is not a legal obligation to use a professional, the person must be able to identify all possible fire risks and hazards.
Fire safety advice for residential care homes
Residential care homes are particularly complex environments when considering fire safety. But all too often many of these risks are overlooked. If you don’t have adequate fire doors installed, well-trained staff, and planned escape routes, a small fire has the potential to spread quickly and injure or kill large numbers of people.
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