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.
Aster Care Ltd
Aster Care is a Portsmouth-based agency that provides 24 hour nursing care to people with long-term health conditions.
Elizabeth Lodge Rest Home COVID safe training
Elizabeth Lodge is a privately-owned rest home in Alverstoke in Hampshire. It looks after up to 18 residents in a home-from-home environment.
Michael Macaulay is the landlord of a Home of Multiple Occupation (HMO) in Southampton that has several bedrooms with shared communal spaces.
Maritime & Coastguard Agency
The Maritime & Coastguard Agency is responsible for the safety of everyone in a vessel in UK waters, providing inspection, regulation and certification as well as search and rescue services around the UK coast.
How safe are your fire doors?
Fire doors provide life and property saving functions in the event of fire. But it is vital that they are inspected and maintained in order to give the same protection as they did when they were first fitted.
Fire safety in the work place post-lockdown
As thousands of people pack up their home office and return to desks they’ve not sat at for six months, their minds will be focussed on operating within the ‘new normal’. However, it’s essential for employers to remember that fire safety in the work place is still paramount.
3 essential requirements of effective fire warden training in care homes
Fire wardens play a critical role in care homes and require comprehensive training to ensure they can fulfil their duty to protect residents. If you are a care home owner or manager and are looking to update your team’s training here’s what’s required so you can fulfil your duty to provide effective fire warden training.
HMO Fire Risk Assessments
Fire safety within the home is an extremely important issue; even more so in homes of multiple occupation (HMOs). Tragedies like the devastating fire at Grenfell Tower have highlighted the need for people carrying out HMO fire risk assessments to be properly accredited and experienced for the job.
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