All employers have a legal obligation to keep their team safe in the workplace and that includes in the event of a fire. By far the most popular way to ensure your employees are protected is to instruct a fully-trained and experienced fire warden.
Marpol Security supplies fire wardens to this crucial role in businesses across the Wirral peninsula. Each brings years of experience with them to your company, whether it is based in Birkenhead, Wallasey, Bromborough, Bebington, Upton, New Brighton, Heswall, Greasby, West Kirby, Tranmere, or beyond.
As the Wirral’s leading provider of fire marshals and fire warden solutions, we have much to offer companies across the peninsula. Here are some of the services we provide:
The first step towards a new fire safety protocol for your business is assessing the measures you already have in place. Our fire marshal will perform a full inspection of your property, determining any fire risks and how they might best be counteracted.
Our fire marshal will liaise with your staff, your management team, and the local fire department to discuss their fire safety report and take their feedback on its findings. From this, they will put together their recommendations for improving your fire prevention measures. These will be passed onto your management team for their approval and implementation.
To maximise the effectiveness of these new fire safety measures, our fire marshals will train up members of your team to be fire wardens in their absence. This training will include the use of essential fire safety equipment, and ensure the rest of your company is in good hands, should a fire break out.
A key component of any fire safety package is an effective evacuation procedure. Our fire marshal will examine your existing process as part of their fire risk assessment, adding their own recommendations on how it can be improved. Once approved by your management team, these new procedures will be passed onto the fire wardens, to be cascaded to the rest of your staff. Our fire marshal will also arrange regular drills, to ensure everybody knows what to do in the event of a fire.