March – One year since the country first entered lockdown and furlough became the normality for most we have been helping businesses locally and nationally adhere to fire safety legislation. None of us know how much longer this is going to continue for so we are still prepared to discuss payment plans and the deferral of invoices on a case by case basis.

August – With the country slowly coming out of Lockdown and the roll out of vaccines beginning when able our staff will become vaccinated so we can continue to provide our quality service to care homes and hospitals, we also have staff attending the much anticipated and delayed Fire Safety Show at the NEC in Birmingham in the coming weeks.

September – Having been away from servicing for a number of years now and having recently undergone spinal surgery Jay Leslie has decided to sit a Fire Risk Assessors Course. Having offered Fire Risk Assessments for a number of years through one of our trusted partners Jay felt it was a great time and opportunity to increase his knowledge in this area and allow us to reduce our costs for some of our smaller clients who still need independent FRA’s conducted. Jay said “I look forward to studying the risk assessors course, there has been a lot of studying involved in the build up and the course itself is quite intense. Once completed I hope to be able to continue providing our clients with the best advice possible to not only ensure they comply with legislation but aiming to keep their costs as low as possible – especially in these difficult times”

October – Safe Fire Protection are pleased to announce new premises company director Stuart Leslie said “we have had a small unit for a number of years and due to continued growth we have needed slightly larger facilities for some time, the new facilities will allow us to hold more stock reducing lead times (greatly increased due to Covid) and provide us with space for staff training and development”

December – One of our clients decided this year to make a video for the company….. does anyone recognise them?