Celebrating Success: Firechief® Team Members Complete BS 5306 Training!


    At Firechief® Global, our commitment to safety and excellence never wavers. This year, we're proud to announce that several of our team members have undertaken and completed BS 5306 training. This underlines our ongoing mission to provide the best levels of service and knowledge for our customers.

    What does the training involve?

    BS 5306 is a comprehensive set of guidelines focusing on the commissioning, maintenance, and installation of portable fire extinguishers. Completing BS 5306 training is essential for anyone who will be carrying out the servicing and maintenance of portable fire extinguishers. Using a BS 5306 certified fire extinguisher engineer helps to ensure that fire extinguishers are correctly placed, maintained, and functional, providing reliable protection in the event of a fire.

    The importance of training

    Fire safety is a dynamic field, requiring continuous learning and adapting to new technologies and regulations. Completing the BS 5306 training equips our team members with the latest knowledge and skills to recommend fire safety equipment effectively. This training covers:

    Risk Assessment: Identifying potential fire risks and determining the appropriate type and placement of extinguishers.

    Maintenance Protocols: Ensuring fire extinguishers are regularly inspected and serviced to remain in working condition.

    Installation Techniques: Properly installing fire extinguishers to maximise accessibility and effectiveness in emergencies.

    Here’s what some of the team had to say about the training:

    Euan Holmes, Customer Success Team Manager: "The BS 5306 training was rigorous but incredibly informative. It has broadened my understanding of fire safety and increased my ability to support our customers effectively."

    Ian Poole, Sales & Marketing Director: "Completing this training means we can confidently discuss needs and requirements with clients, with an in-depth knowledge of the work they are doing."

    Congratulations to Ian, Reg, Euan and Dominic! Stay tuned for more updates on our team achievements!

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