09 10/2018

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Chimney Fire Safety Advice

As Winter approaches and the temperature falls, the use of open home fires and heating devices will increase. Following this Fire Safety Guidance will help reduce the risks involved with this: With the use of heating appliances fueled by coal, smokeless fuels, wood, oil and gas there are many associated…

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26 06/2018

Thatched properties – Fire Safety Advice/Guidance

Following the attendance of Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service at a thatch property fire in Rockland All Saints. Owners of thatch properties are advised to have a look at Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service’s Thatch Safety Advice There are some simple steps to follow to help make your property as…

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15 01/2018

5% discount available to all Charities from 2018

Charities will be eligible for a 5% discount on both full and OPEN courses delivered by Norfolk Safety CIC* Norfolk Safety is itself a community interest company and recognises the tight financial squeeze on resources we all experience. This is especially evident when considering safety training that whilst is a…

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05 10/2017

Norfolk Safety CIC Promote Courses at Norfolk Chamber of Commerce Economic Breakfast & AGM

Norfolk Safety CIC attended the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce AGM and Business Breakfast networking event to promote the recent expansion of OPEN Fire Marshal courses. In attendance with other businesses from around the county, Norfolk Safety CIC exhibited at the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast to promote a wide range of…

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20 09/2017

Norfolk Safety CIC provide Trading Standards with Petroleum Forecourt training

  Our courses are practical, hands-on and relevant, ensuring you gain the confidence to put your new skills into practice should an emergency situation arise.   Earlier this week delegates from Trading Standards from both Norfolk and Suffolk took part in our one day bespoke safety on petroleum forecourt course.…

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22 06/2017

British Sugar Cantley ERT complete Breathing Apparatus Initial Training Course

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

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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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23 12/2016

Happy New Year (January sale offers!)

  To celebrate 2017 and the launch of our new improved range of courses we have the following special offers:   Emergency First Aid at Work (1 Day) open course at Bowthorpe Was £98.00 plus VAT per delegate. Now only £80 plus VAT per delegate! For more course details please click here…

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13 10/2016

B2B Exhibition 2016

October 13th 2016, around 100 local businesses exhibited at Carrow Road football stadium, Norwich. The B2B Exhibition was created by the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce as an event dedicated to local businesses. Among the huge amount of exhibitors was Norfolk Safety CIC. Marketing their new First Aid and Fire Risk…

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13 08/2016

North Earlham Family Open Day!

  On Saturday 13th August, Families were welcomed to the North Earlham Fire Station to celebrate its 10th year of service which has seen the stations fire fighters attend around 40,000 emergencies. Guests were treated to activities, stands and demonstrations from across the local emergency services for the celebrations, with…

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30 06/2016

Making Safety Personal: Regional DU takes ‘shockingly crucial’ steps to help ensure everyone goes home safe at the end of the day

    Staff from a cross-section of departments within the East Anglia South Midlands Delivery Unit (EASMDU) took important steps in ensuring that we go home safe at the end of each day, by participating in designated Emergency First Response – First Aid Training, in the use of defibrillators and…

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