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BAFE SP101 Technical Update
Thursday 19th September 2019
Health and Safety in the workplace and Asbestos Awareness
BAFE introduced its revised fire extinguisher (SP101) scheme in October 2017 with an additional focus on the safety of fire extinguisher technicians and their working practices. This included new requirements to provide evidence of training in Health and Safety in the workplace and Asbestos Awareness from training providers delivering accredited training accepted by BAFE.
Health & Safety training validity should be maintained in accordance with the requirements of the training provider.
- Chris Auger, BAFE Schemes Manager
BAFE Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update 01/04/2020 Wednesday 1st April 2020
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue is advising businesses to review fire risk assessments Thursday 26th March 2020
Fire Sector Federation publish coronavirus update Wednesday 25th March 2020
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Legal obligations nationwide require the appointed responsible person for fire safety for commercial/non-domestic premises to have adequate fire protection.