The effects of a fire can be devastating in terms of lives lost, injuries, and damage to property. Most fires are preventable, and can be avoided by householders and those responsible for commercial and other public buildings taking responsibility for and adopting fire safe behaviours and procedures.
The Department for Communities and Local Government supports the work of the Fire and Rescue Service in reducing the incidence of accidental and deliberate fires in the home and in commercial premises and other public buildings through:
- oversight and management of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (the Fire Safety Order), and
- the development and implementation of policies designed to reduce preventable fires in domestic dwellings.
For more information on the Department for Communities and Local Government support please click here.
Fire Safety Training Courses
We offer our fire training courses range from fire awareness to fire warden/Marshall training. We also carry out fire risk assessments and deliver fire risk assessment training. For more information please visit our Fire Safety Training Page.