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Services Provided to the YMCA

For the second year running Active Fire Management delivered fire training this month to Sussex Central YMCA offer help to many different young people but especially those who are isolated and struggling through homelessness, exclusion from school, family breakdown, poor mental health or drug and alcohol problems.  Established in 1919, Sussex Centre YMCA have grown dramatically, particularly in the last decade to provide a wide range of services across Brighton and Hove.  Sussex Central YMCA is a Christian organisation that believes everyone deserves the chance to fulfil their God-given potential.  Although they work with all members of the community, they particularly aim to meet the needs of young people throughout a variety of projects and Sussex-wide initiatives and current helps over 5,000 young people in their area each year which is something we believe they should be extremely proud of.  Fire Marshal/Responsible Person Training was delivered to a number of staff members at the association’s premises in Hove.

Over recent months, Active Fire Management have provided it’s services to other YMCA’s too – including a fire risk assessment in Leicester YMCA and a fire marshal training course in Hackney.

Customer Promise

Customer Promise Ensures the Return of Existing Customers

Essential to Active Fire Management’s ongoing success is the repeat business achieved from customers who have previously used the company’s services.  Consultancy services, fire risk assessments and training courses have been extended this month to existing housing association and school customers who are coming back to Active Fire Management from previous years.   Customer retention is something that Active Fire Management are proud and the company owes this to its own Customer Promise which is adhered to by all staff, fire consultants, risk assessors and training instructors alike:

New Website Launched

Active Fire Management launches new website

Active Fire Management’s new website was launched this month which, as well as information on services, also incorporates a Resources section which includes a Knowledge Centre and News Area.  As part of the company’s ongoing marketing efforts, Social Media has featured very highly this month and sees the company launching new pages on Facebook and Twitter.  Full details can be found on the newly launched company website at

Meanwhile services have been provided this month within an Airport Administration Building, a number of housing association premises and several office premises throughout the South East.

Fire Risk Assessment Reviews in the UK

Fire Risk Assessment Reviews for Bellway Group

Maintaining a steady base often involves repeat projects from existing customer and as such fire risk assessment reviews have featured very highly on the company’s workload this month.  Review of previous fire risk assessments have been carried out nationwide this month, including approximately 30 care homes located all around the country on behalf of the UK’s leading charity provider of services for disabled people as well as within the offices of one of the largest house builders in the country – the Bellway Group-  who have built more than 100,000 homes since it was formed in 1946 with operations spanning the length and breadth of the United Kingdom.  Fire risk assessment reviews are also scheduled to take place this month within approximately 15 blocks of flats on behalf of a property management company in Blackheath, London.