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FireChiefs@NFCC 15h
We are fast approaching the PA’s Conference, have you booked your place? We have an exciting agenda that will cover a range of subjects. Places are selling out fast, book your place now to avoid disappointment, places are limited ’sConf
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 15
Thanks to everyone who . Remember, Fire and Rescue Services offer advice to businesses all year round, so if you need it get in touch with your local Fire Service!
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 15
If you will be recruiting seasonal staff for the Christmas rush, make sure you train them in fire safety so they can prevent fires and know how to respond if there is an incident
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 14
If the fire alarm at your workplace keeps going off, get in touch with your local fire and rescue service for advice. It could be something as simple as the wrong detector in the wrong place
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Dawn Whittaker Sep 14
Pleased to support campaign and remind people to ring 999 and ask for the coastguard amoungst the response services if they are in difficulty at sea, cliffs or stranded on a beach
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Gary Wood Sep 13
A summary of what I've covered this week via SBRC on all NFCC Business Safety Week articles. Hope they have been useful and informative!
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 13
Applications are open for following opportunity: Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser for Wales. For more information and details on how to apply see the advert on website
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Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service Sep 13
Thank you to everyone that got involved with this year's Business Fire Safety Week. You can continue to find out what we're up to by visiting our new Facebook page . Here's a round up of the week from
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BAFE Fire Safety Register Sep 13
Fire & Rescue Services nationwide advise the use of the Guide to Choosing a Competent Fire Risk Assessor to find help to fulfil this vital obligation for your building
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 13
If you live above a business, make sure your exit routes are clear and clutter free - not used as overspill storage areas
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 13
If your commute to work is just down the stairs to the family business - lucky you! But please make sure you have taken action to protect your business, home and family from the risk of fire. Contact your Fire and Rescue Service for advice
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RLSS UK Sep 12
Today marks the start of our 2019 Campaign. The campaign will raise awareness of the dangers of being near water after a night out and when under the influence of alcohol. Make sure you stay safe. -
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 12
Chris Parker representing in response increase in CO incidents. Ensure appliances are correctly installed and maintained. Make sure you have working CO detectors
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Chris Choi Sep 12
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 12
The best defence against arson is adequate security for your business. Lock-up procedures, working security lights and alarms and good housekeeping can reduce risk
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Biker Down - Dorset Sep 11
It’s OK to remove the helmet of a bike rider who is unconscious & having difficulty breathing, but you have to have been taught how to do it. BikerDown is FREE across the UK 🇬🇧. To book your place, go to
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 12
Plan ahead!! Prepare for your busy trading periods when you accumulate more rubbish - arrange extra collections to deter arsonists
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 12
Report by say suspected cases of carbon monoxide poisoning have risen 33% over the past 5 years
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 12
Visit us at the Emergency Services Show on 18 – 19 September at the NEC in Birmingham. We will be exhibiting information about the varied and extensive work we undertake for the UK fire and rescue sector. Register your attendance at
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FireChiefs@NFCC Sep 12
The theme today as part of is arson. Simple steps can deter opportunist attacks on your business - if you've had problems or businesses in your area have, seek advice from your Fire and Rescue Service
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