Code Red Fire gains Membership of Fire Safety bodies IFE and IFSM

Always striving to improve the quality of service we can deliver to our new and existing clients, we’re delighted to announce that James (founder of Code Red Fire) has been awarded membership of two of the most recognised institutes of Fire Safety in the UK – The Institute of Fire Safety Managers and the Institution of Fire Engineers.

Both Institutions strive to promote and police a high standard of service and knowledge amongst their members and, as such, the process of gaining membership to each involved providing detail of relevant qualifications, having a minimum number of years of responsible experience of in the field of fire safety management and demonstrating a track record of competency and delivery of training in the industry.

As well as James now being able to put some fancy letters after his name, there are also a number of benefits that can directly benefit clients of Code Red (new and existing), including additional proof of our expertise and competency and our increased access to news and details of standard and technical advances in the industry.

The Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE)
The Institution of Fire Engineers
The IFE, founded in 1918, is a registered charity which awards internationally recognised memberships and qualifications to individuals based on knowledge of fire and professional experience.

The IFE is governed by a Board of Directors, who are appointed for a term of three years, and who take on their roles in a voluntary capacity.

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The Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM)
The Institute of Fire Safety Managers
The IFSM, founded in 1993, is a body of individuals and companies, each with a similar objective: “To raise the awareness of fire safety at a local, national and international level, promoting fire prevention, fire protection and reducing the risk from fire as far as reasonable practicable

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We’d like to extend our thanks to our clients and supporters, past and present, without whom this sort of recognition would not have been possible. Thanks!

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