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Fire and safety training

It is a legal requirement to have fire marshals, also known as wardens, at any business site. How many you have depends on factors such as size of premises, headcount, shift patterns and level of risk. Being a fire marshal is a serious responsibility but our City & Guilds-approved training gives people the skills and confidence they need.​

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Comprehensive fire safety services

We are a leading provider of workplace fire and safety training in the UK, offering a range of services to mitigate the fire risk faced by your business. As well as helping you meet your legal duty of care regarding on-site fire safety measures, we can help you with business continuity planning so that, in the event of a fire that seriously disrupts your day-to-day operation, you have a strategy in place.

Our bespoke and off-the-shelf fire safety training services are available to clients nationwide – from small, local businesses to large multi-site corporations.

Training at a time and place to suit you

With practical hands-on teaching combined with technology-based solutions, including Virtual Reality (VR), we save you time and money without compromising training quality​. Our dedicated Fire & Safety team includes experienced managers and trainers, many of whom are former fire officers, so your people will learn from the very best.​

You can choose whether your staff do their Fire & Safety training at your own site, at a local Securtias site or via our real life, scenario-based training facilities at the Fire Service College in Gloucestershire​.


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Contact us today to find out how we combine cutting edge technology with real time intelligence to keep you and your business safe.

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