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Fire Risk Assessment Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment

Objectives: The delegate will be able to:- Produce & maintain a current working Fire Risk Assessment Evaluate current fire safety measures within the workplace Gain an overview of the Regulatory…

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Duration: Full Day

Location: On/Off Site

Emergency First Aid at Work (Approved Person) Emergency First Aid at Work (Approved Person)

Emergency First Aid at Work (Approved Person)

Objectives: The delegate will be able to: Understand the role and responsibility of a First Aider Manage a first aid incident /emergency Identify the level of the first aid required…

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22 06/2017

British Sugar Cantley ERT crew successfully complete BA Initial Course

  New members of British Sugar Cantley’s Emergency Response Team after successfully completing their 3 Day BA initial course today at our Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service Training Centre in Bowthorpe. To view our 3 Day Intitial BA course and other Emergency Response Team and Breathing Apparatus courses please click…

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25 05/2017

Earlham Green Watch – 3 Peaks Challenge

In 2010 members of Earlham Green Watch took park in the 3 Peak Challenge to raise money for The Fire Fighters Charity. 7 years later they have decided to take in this again, 4 members of the original team along with a few new members will put their older bodies…

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21 03/2017

Norfolk Fire & Rescue Recruits Training With Norfolk Safety CIC

As part of Norfolk Fire & Rescue Services recruits training programme, Norfolk Safety CIC deliver live fire extinguisher training to recruits on an extremely wet Monday Afternoon. This is a demonstration of the outdoor practical sessions you can expect on our Fire Marshal training courses, where every delegate gains experience…

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03 03/2017

Business Continuity “Don’t wait until disaster strikes”

Normit Emergency Management & Business Continuity training.     Planning to react when things go wrong is something that normally exists in one persons head and is not a primary concern until disaster strikes. I know as I have been guilty of burying my head in the sand believing the…

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