Fire Safety Workshop

Most organisations believe they are on top of their game and complying with the Fire Regulations.
But, how do you really know? What benchmarks are you using?
Under scrutiny, are you confident of demonstrating compliance is in operation within your organisation?

The truth is, many companies are vulnerable to enforcement and fall short through a lack of awareness as to what compliance with the Fire Regulations really means.

By attending our workshop you will become informed. Share experiences, thoughts and aspirations with other attendees but moreover, learn from an expert in this field who will provide you with the knowledge sufficient for you to understand your compliance responsibilities. When you leave, go away with the confidence, knowledge and awareness of what a ‘Peace of Mind’ Fire Strategy really looks like.

9am-1:30pm, Friday 1st March 2019, Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel Apply NOW for an Early Bird Discount

Attend our workshop to be educated, share experiences plus learn from experts who will provide you with the knowledge such that you understand your compliance responsibilities, how to avoid enforcement action and to achieve regulatory compliance.

Why Attend?

Now, post Grenfell there is even more focus and a policy of zero tolerance for Responsible Persons and organisation’s failure to fulfil their legal obligations with the enforcement register being as prolific as ever.

How to avoid Enforcement Action

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Early Bird Discount

Workshop Attendance £199

Now only £149

Offer ends 15th February @ 6pm

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About The Speaker

MIFSM & FRACS accredited Fire Risk Specialist

This workshop will be hosted by Pete Moulson (a regular speaker at IFSM events), an expert with over 36 years operating within the Fire Industry.

During the last 3-5 years, unprecedented levels of Enforcement Action has been taken with Courts issuing significant awards including unlimited fines and custodial sentences. Don't be NEXT.

What do we mean by “taking FIRE SAFETY seriously”?

Your attendance allows you to perform a gap analysis of your businesses position and a free, no obligation, follow up meeting with our industry experts. Your challenges drive our solutions to provide you with a shield against the destructive power of fire, thus allowing you to protect people, property and your reputation.

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Friday 1st March 2019


The workshop is open discussion where you can meet like-minded businesses to share the challenges surrounding Fire Safety, plus learn more about how to achieve that peace of mind status so you can ensure employee safety.


9:00 Registration
9:30 Workshop Starts
9:45Learning Sessions

Who should attend?

Responsible Persons

Article 3 of the Regulations defines the person for a workplace and if its not a workplace, therefore, if you are an employer or occupier or an owner, you should attend.

Are you?

A Business Owner Or An Employer?
Asset Director
Asset Manager
Compliance Managers
Building/Facility Manager?
Have a chain of shops?
Health & Safety Manager?


  • What a superb event, well presented, a source of both knowledge and experience. I know other attendees left with questions answered and clarity going forward about their own compliance requirements. Well done Pete and his team

    Mike Boulter
    Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • I have used Fire Compliance Management Services after attending one of their roadshows. I found the roadshow to be very informative. As a result, I instructed FCMS to carry out two fire risks assessments at the premises where I was the facilities manager.

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Be quick to take advantage of our EARLY BIRD discount rate, ends 15th February @ 6pm. Early bird rate reduction is £50 per ticket.

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Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel
Hale Rd, Hale Barns, Altrincham WA15 8XW
FREE Parking