AboutWhy choose us?

1st Attendance Ltd is an experienced fire training company which has been established for over 15 years

Our staff are fully qualified instructors and assessors, with a combined experience of over 100 years in active fire fighting and fire prevention

Our instructors will deliver every training session in a professional, knowledgeable, motivational, friendly and entertaining manner

We deliver fire safety training courses at your door which can incorporate Hands-on practical use of fire extinguishers on LIVE FIRES

Prior to commencement, ALL environmentally friendly “LIVE FIRE” scenarios are fully risk assessed

Each course will be tailored to your specific type of business, individual staff, building layout and fire action procedures

We are fully committed to ensuring that all our customers receive the best quality of service, to the current fire safety regulations, which is fully endorsed by feedback taken from our satisfied customers

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Fire Protection Association Member 2013
The IFSM accreditation is for Fire Warden, Fire Marshal, Fire Awareness & Extinguisher courses only.

  • Excellent training, this has definitely raised my awareness of the hazards and the threat of fire.

    Alan Wilshire, Carillion Plc
  • Very informative – given at correct pace, considering the diversity of staff on our site.

    Roger Veale, Veale’s Bakery
  • The trainer was brilliant at keeping our attention, made it fun, which helped me to absorb the information.

    Tim Moloney, Broadwalk Shopping Centre
  • Much more useful than I expected it to be. More confident in being able to look out for fire hazards & deal with a small fire.

    Tony Crocker, The John Cabot Academy

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Fire Safety and Christmas Decorations

Each year, our Christmas celebrations start earlier and earlier, meaning that now, in 2014, homes and businesses are decking their halls as early as the beginning of November. While celebrating this magical time of year, it is important to remember fire safety, as unfortunately, loose decorations can be a serious fire hazard.

Start the New Year with Fire Training

With stocks takes and reduced hours, fire training may not be at the top of your New Year agenda, but January and February are great times to get all your employees educated in safety procedures for a number of reasons.

Stay Fire Safe this New Year

End of year celebrations are a wonderful occasion to get family and friends together, but sadly, are a time when the risk of fire is increased. Ensure that you have the best end of year celebrations by following our safety advice this New Year.

Fire Safety Essentials for Construction Sites

There are many hazards associated with construction sites, but fire can be one of the most devastating. Not only can a fire cause serious injury and even death, it can also result in thousands of pounds of damage and do irreparable harm to your professional reputation. Here are some absolute essentials every construction site foreman and worker should know.

Remember, Remember…Our Bonfire Night Fire Safety Tips for Schools

If your school is planning a Bonfire Night celebration this year, it is obviously hugely important to make sure you run the event in the safest way possible. Obviously the safest option is to hire a qualified, professional company to run the event for you, but whatever you do it is essential to carry out a full risk assessment. One of the key elements of any Bonfire Night celebration is, of course, the bonfire itself, but it is also a massive potential safety hazard. It is vitally important, therefore, to take the correct steps to make sure you have a safe, controlled fire. That way you can have a great celebration, rather than a visit from the fire brigade. Here are some of the key issues to consider.

Preparing for Winter- Fire Safety

As the nights draw in and the temperatures cool, most of us start getting reading for increased energy bills and more evenings and weekends spent indoors. As we crank up the heating and begin to use alternative methods to stay warm, there is unfortunately an increased fire risk. Follow our advice on what checks to make this cold season to lower the risk of fire.

Are You Doing Enough to Keep Your B&B Safe from Fire?

Some people think if they are just running a little bed and breakfast they don’t need to worry too much about fire safety. In fact, no matter how small your property, if you have paying guests who are not permanent residents then fire safety regulations are applicable. If you’re not sure whether you’re doing enough to comply with the law, read on for some of the basics you should be covering.

How to Get Students to Remember Your University’s Fire Safety Policy

Getting new students to take on board your universities fire safety policy can be a challenge. That’s why we’ve put together this list of handy hints to help the message sink in.

3 Benefits of Fire Training for Your Construction Company

It is important for all construction companies to ensure that their staff are trained in up-do-date fire safety. Find out three benefits of fire training here.

Carbon Monoxide – It’s Still a Risk, Even in Summer

Carbon Monoxide poisoning is something we mostly associate with the colder, winter months – however, this gas can still present a danger during summer, unless you take on board these precautions.

Fire Safety at Festivals and Campsites

It can be easy to forget fire safety whilst camping or attending a festival. Our brief guide outlines the basic fire safety rules for anyone enjoying camping this summer.

A Quick Guide to Choosing a Fire Alarm

With so many types of fire detector on the market, it can be hard to decide which ones are right for your home or business. We’ve compiled this simple guide to help you understand what each type really does, so you can make an informed choice.


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