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TRAINING & CPD


and training element. “Our door-sets are suitable for a wide range of situations and we work with partners such as Intastop in driving forward enhanced fire door safety awareness and in the longer term, appropriate legislation,” he said. “By forging partnerships with like- minded businesses we hope to continue the process of education and training on such important issues facing building and facilities managers across a variety of industries and sectors.”


Clearly education and training are vital in the dissemination of information from specifiers, product manufacturers and developers and managers right


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through to on-the-ground staff. The specification of door- sets that meet the required standards and have been certified to the highest levels is the only place to start from but the follow up training and awareness for staff and maintenance teams is critical to their success and ongoing integrity permitting the doors to perform to the standards expected from them.


Fire door safety is a subject that continues to be of critical importance to the Intastop team and it will continue to educate, develop and promote the importance of installing and maintaining certified fire door sets.


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