The 4LSAB Fire Safety Development Subgroup is a partnership led by the Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, to ensure that fire safety risk management is embedded into partner working practices to reduce people being killed or seriously injured in fires.
The group recently launched the 4LSAB Multi-Agency Fire Safety Framework in May 2021, with the purpose of providing all frontline staff, and other professionals, who are responsible for delivering care and support services with support and guidance for the effective management of fire risks within the home or residential setting.
Introducing the 4LSAB Multi-Agency Fire Safety Framework
To support this launch, a virtual event is being held on Thursday 14th October from 10am till 12.30pm with a number of topics being delivered by local subject leads. The invitation linked below provides further details about the event, as well as how to book.
Invitation to 4LSAB Fire Safety Framework Training Event – 14 Oct 21
The Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Learning and Development Programme 2021/22 has now been published. Details of courses available, and how to book a place, can be found on the browse and book courses page of the HSAB website at Browse & Book Courses. A number of dates are still being finalised, but once confirmed will go live on our Eventbrite page. Please watch our website news page and social media for further updates.
The HSAB training programme is fully funded by the HSAB and free to attendees.. It can be accessed by all partner agencies. Places must be booked in advance via Eventbrite and only one place can be booked per person using a workplace email address. All cancellations or changes to bookings must be sent in writing to the email@example.com. Failure to attend without providing an apology may result in you not being able to book on future courses.
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New courses are constantly being added and the web page updated, so please check back frequently for the most up to date information.