After the summer holiday season, September is the time when, we head back to work or school. So, make sure you meet your legal obligations and ensure that the right people in your organisation have the correct training to protect themselves, employees, and visitors.
In this blog we take you through a series of heatwave quick - win checks - from electrical devices such as air-conditioning and fans to checking that fire doors aren’t being propped open to help keep you fire safe this summer.
As we celebrate our 30th anniversary we take a closer look at Graham Holloway, the brave man who established Vulcan and the journey he took to shape the company as we know it today.
Once you’ve undertaken your training you’ll be returning to your workplace where you’ll need to apply your learning in a real-life setting.This blog gives you an overview of why our learning process puts you in the hot seat, as well as providing you with all the theoretical information, skills, and course material you need to feel fully accomplished in your fire safety role.
When it comes to looking after your employees and fellow colleagues, fire safety is a legal requirement that all companies are required to adhere to. Which is why in this blog post we’re going to take a look at our top tips on how you can keep your workplace fire safe..
Congratulations to all delegates following their success on our Fire Risk Assessor (Fire Manager - Part 1) / Conversion to Fire Manager course in March.
Vulcan Fire Training would like to congratulate all delegates who successfully completed our Fire Risk Assessor training courses online and in Warrington recently.
As we prepare to put our festive Santa hats on, kick back and take a well-deserved break, it’s important to stress the importance of fire safety not just throughout the festivities but also as we commence a new year. So, why not start the New Year off right with one of our fire safety courses?