Training & Assessments

On Site Training & Assessment

Fire Safety Training

Ensure your staff are properly trained in vital fire safety procedures.

The regulations set out in the Fire Regulatory Reform Act of 2005 state that employers must nominate competent employees to carry out fire safety procedures in the event of an emergency. This involves assigning fire wardens with the responsibilities to ensure all persons within the building are evacuated safely and quickly when required, and that they are able to competently use fire extinguishers should the need arise.

Aspire can provide training to as many employees as necessary to the required standard in all aspects of a fire-based emergency. We will set out the most appropriate safety exit routes throughout your building and ensure your fire wardens know them thoroughly. We will then instruct them, with a live demonstration if your premises allows for it, on the correct way to use a fire extinguisher and which type to use in different scenarios.

Our fire safety training is very competitively priced and there is no need to bring your staff to us – we will come to you, saving you money on travel and lost work time. If you are interested, please do get in touch.

Fire Risk Assessments

The first step to identifying potential hazards in your non-domestic premises.

If your non-domestic property (ie office, retail outlet, warehouse) has 5 or more people working there, a fire risk assessment is a legal requirement, as laid out by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Aspire has many years experience in assessing all types of buildings for risks in the event of fire, taking all aspects of the RRO into account to ensure your building conforms to the legal requirements to which you must adhere.

Upon completion of the fire risk assessment, we will provide you with a full report of our findings and recommendations, and are able to supply, install and maintain any fire prevention devices and suppression systems you require. Please contact us to arrange your fire risk assessment.