Fire Doors in Residential Buildings
Our Fire Doors in Residential Buildings Diploma training course was developed back in 2020, it is approved by the IFSM and is an accredited course, having been awarded 10 CPD hours
Our course has been developed specifically for the social housing sector and is only available to those employees who work within ‘not for profit’ social housing providers.
With the implementation of the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 from January 2023, the Government finally provided registered providers with definitive information regarding fire doors within residential properties. Supporting the Fire Safety Act (which in turn expanded the Fire Safety Order), the Regulations outline periodic inspections.
Our two-day course combines all of the latest legislation, together with the underpinning knowledge and an inspection methodology, to provide social landlords with the skillsets (in-house) to undertake the correct level of inspections in accordance with their legal requirements.
Williamsburgh Housing Association
Housing H&S Compliance UK Ltd are delighted to have been working with Williamsburgh Housing Association to deliver a bespoke package of fire safety training. Here, our case study shows how we have worked together with the association to tailor a training solution that meets their exact needs.
Williamsburgh Housing Association first approached Housing H&S Compliance UK Ltd in December 2022 to discuss the possible delivery of fire warden training for a number of their staff who held roles that ensured the safety of staff when working in the office, including during fire evacuation scenarios.
Bolsover District Council
Housing H&S Compliance UK Ltd are delighted to have been working with Bolsover District Council for a number of years to deliver their asbestos training. Here, we showcase the training provided over the years and the feedback received, consistently, for our trainer.
Our journey with Bolsover District Council began back in December 2018 when we delivered our first IATP Approved ‘Non-licensed Work with Asbestos’ (CAT B) training for eight of their Housing Services employees, which included two senior managers.