Ajuda’s Mike to talk fire safety in schools at The National Education Show

The National Education Show launches in Cardiff on the 13th October at Cardiff City Hall. Ajuda are excited to be exhibiting at the show – you can find us at stand 120. One of our trainiers will also be talking about Fire Safety.


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We are pleased to announce that Ajuda trainer, Mike, will be speaking at The National Education show. His seminar will be about fire safety and precautionary measures within a school environment.  Mike is a retired fireman with 30 years of first-hand experience behind him.  At the show he will be demonstrating to attendees how they can keep their school safe by preventing any potential fire hazards. During his talk, Mike will take you through the importance of a safe escape plan, the use of fire extinguishers and dealing with the aftermath of a school fire.

Although the number of school fires has been in decline since 2001 (from 1,600 to 600 school fires per year), if a fire does occur, the impact can be devastating. Mike will guide you through the implications of school fires such as the immediate aftermath and the longer-term issues. He will talk about how these will effect staff, students and parents alike. For example, casualties, school closures or relocation.  All schools must ensure that fire precautions comply with all relevant health and safety, including The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and The Education (School Premises) Regulations 2012.

Want to know more?

For more information about booking on to Mike’s talk or attending the show in general, please contact Trudy on 029 2240 0382 or nationaleducationshow@gmail.com

For information about booking Fire Safety and the Role of the Fire Marshal training for your school, please contact Daisy on 029 2057 6883 or admin@ajuda.org.uk