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Mainpoint is hiring! Mainpoint are currently looking to fill 3 positions within the company- Fire Alarm Bell Testers roles. Mainpoint Fire Alarm Bell Testers Mainpoint are an award winning local fire protection specialist based in Cheltenham established since 1991 and having over 100 years combined employee experience in Fire Suppression, Fire Alarm Systems, Emergency Lighting […]Read Full
Fire Risk Assessments From Mainpoint Fire and Security Did you know that it is now compulsory for companies to conduct a fire risk assessment? The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires just about all UK business to conduct a fire risk assessment on their workplace. As an employer you are responsible for ensuring that […]Read Full
Mainpoint has just completed another Automist fire safety training course in Bristol. One of our specialist fire safety engineers- Alan Gatenby has just completed another Continous Professional Development (CPD) fire safety course at Arturus Architects LLP in Bristol, with Alan demonstrating the use of Automist a water mist / suppression system- which Main Point are […]Read Full
Fire Safety experts Main Point wishes you a Happy and safe New Year in 2016. So if you are a business and you would like more information on our fire safety training courses, please click on the contact us link now to discuss how we can help you- or call Mike Fowler on 01242 584490 now.Read Full
It is a legal requirement for companies to undertake regular fire safety training for it’s staff. Fire Safety training is a valued service which Mainpoint undertakes for a growing number of businesses in Gloucestershire, Bristol, Oxfordshire and Worcestershire. It’s a service which is greatly valued- as this kind testimonial which we receievd last month […]Read Full
Plumis – Automist was installed by Mainpoint Fire Protection as a key part of an alternative fire protection scheme which was required because the refurbishment of a 1930’s factory into three buildings did not allow sufficient access for the fire brigade in the event of a fire. Building Regulations Fire Safety (Part B) Section 11, […]Read Full