The British Fire Consortium would like to welcome you to our Web Site.
The primary aims of the BFC are maintain high quality technical standards of our members and to actively encourage all our members to obtain third party accreditation to ISO 9001 or equivalent approval bodies recognised by the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA).
Our members supply quality products and highly professional servicing for many aspects of fire prevention and fire protection. Products and servicing will include, extinguishers, signage, alarms, sprinklers, dry risers, emergency lighting and risk assessment together with many additional fire safety products.
The BFC promote best practice within the fire protection and fire prevention industry through representation with official UK and European bodies together with other relevant industry agencies, institutions and associations. The BFC provide technical advice and approved training for members and hold regular meetings, enabling the opportunities for members to exchange ideas, discuss issues and trends facing our industry today.
We have received a recall notice from Check Fire concerning some 2kg CO2 from their commander range, please find the official notice here.We have now received more details from Check Fire you can find them here (Check Fire Info).
This years AGM was held in LLanberis and we had a good turn out. Tom Brookes was named the new charmain of the BFC. He replaced the outgoing Roger Chamberlain. Thank you Roger for your service. We were treated to a great presentation by Bob Bantock from the National Trust who spoke about fires they have had at some of their properties. The afternoon was filled with a rail way trip up Snowdon.
The general meeting will be held on the 17th of January in Stratford.
The guest speakers will be Simon Rollason from Jactone Products talking about new prooducts, Chris Auger who is the new Schemes Manager from BAFE and Gary McDowall who will talk about foam. We hope to see you there.
For the 2017 Training Diary please click Click Here.
Click here for the environment agency's statement for Fire Extinguisher End of Life