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Safety in Care Awards 2017.
Nominations Now Open.
There will be someone out there who deserves recognition, that extra praise, or that personal thank you, for their dedication, skill, and commitment to safety and health.
It’s in your hands – make it happen – you only have until
Update June 12th STOP PRESS:
Paul Howes, the Primary Authority Scheme Manager at Lincoln Fire & Rescue, will be running a one to one Fire Safety Clinic during the NASHiCS Conference on Wed 13th September. Find out the answers to your questions.
Bookings are now open for the main event.
Date: Tuesday 12th – Wednesday 13th September 2017
Venue: Hellidon Lakes Golf and Hotel and Spa.
Book NOW for the main event including programme, speaker information, special Mock coroner inquest and the Awards presentation evening
Primary Authority Scheme (PAS) with Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue (LFR)
NASHiCS have signed a Primary Authority Scheme with Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue (LFR). This allows all NASHiCS members to receive general Fire Safety advice and guidance directly from LFR which is tailored to the needs of our sector.
New Crowded Places Guidance Launched.
National Counter Terrorism Security Office
New and updated guidance intended to give protective security advice to those responsible for managing the security of crowded places.
Fire Tragedy London.
With the events in London our thoughts are for those who lost their lives, and who are still missing and with their families.
Fire can be so devastating when it it is the result of errors in safety.
Recently at our Networker in Liverpool, delegates were shown a presentation concerning a fire that occurred in a care home and the results of the investigation.
Fortunately no one died but could easily have. See the sequence of events.
NFCC Launches Specialised Housing Fire Guidance
The official launch of the NFCC Specialised Housing Guidance took place on 4th May at the CFOA Conference.
The NFCC has provided recommendations designed to protect residents of specialised housing from fire.
The first meeting of the Scotland SCPF was held.
The main forum will meet once each year.
Meeting report. from Edinburgh Social Care Partners Forum
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Revised Additional Guidance to Fire Safety Risk Assessment Residential Care Premises.
More information and Document Download
e-News issue 73 (May 2017) available for members
The latest issue of the e-News for members only is available under News