Fire Safety/se­cu­rity Ser­vices

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WA owned-and-op­er­ated com­pany Pri­or­ity 1 Fire and Safety de­liv­ers na­tion­ally ac­cred­ited fire, safety, res­cue and First Aid train­ing, and pro­vides qual­ity emer­gency re­sponse pro­ce­dures and evac­u­a­tion di­a­grams.

Schools us­ing Pri­or­ity 1 Fire and Safety can be con­fi­dent know­ing they have the first class skills and qual­ity equip­ment re­quired to con­front real emer­gen­cies.

With more bush­fires oc­cur­ring, and the ever-present risk of fires in kitchens, class­rooms and sci­ence labs, school staff and stu­dents need to be pre­pared in case of emer­gency.

Schools must en­sure the safety of their stu­dents and the ca­pa­bil­ity of their teach­ers to evac­u­ate chil­dren in a calm and ef­fi­cient man­ner.

The de­liv­ery of all Pri­or­ity 1 Fire and Safety train­ing, emer­gency pro­ce­dures, equip­ment and con­sul­ta­tion is con­ducted by cur­rent emer­gency ser­vices em­ploy­ees.

Our in­struc­tors have gained in­valu­able ex­pe­ri­ence with em­ploy­ers such as DFES (De­part­ment of Fire and Emer­gency Ser­vices), ARFF (Avi­a­tion Res­cue and Fire­fight­ing), WA Po­lice, and St. Johns Am­bu­lance — a price­less as­set when de­liv­er­ing Fire and Safety Train­ing and con­sul­ta­tion to your work­force.

Flex­i­ble de­liv­ery is a key fac­tor when pro­vid­ing work­place train­ing.

Why send your staff to costly train­ing cen­tres, when Pri­or­ity 1 Fire and Safety can de­liver train­ing tai­lored to suit your emer­gency re­sponse pro­ce­dures in the com­fort and con­ve­nience of your work­place?

Our com­pany places a high im­por­tance on safety, so your school can rest as­sured that the train­ing de­liv­ered and equip­ment sup­plied at your work­place will have a strong em­pha­sis on per­sonal safety and the wel­fare of the en­vi­ron­ment on site.

You can put a price on train­ing, but you can’t put a price on life — and that is PRI­OR­ITY 1.

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