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Member update


Dominic Louks, head of membership, provides an update for FPA and RISCAuthority members


Availability of FPA training videos on USB


A NUMBER of our members and customers have been enquiring as to whether our range of fire safety, and health and safety, training videos can be reproduced in an alternative format to DVD. Most modern laptops no longer feature a media disc drive, and our members and customers – ranging from large corporations to self employed trainers – are asking whether these videos can be supplied in a more universally accepted USB format. I am delighted to announce that five of our best selling training programmes are now available as MP4 files, and are appropriately secured on USB, including: • Fire safety in healthcare premises • Role of the fire warden • Extinguishing fires at work


• Safe lifting and manual handling • Action in the event of fire Depending on the popularity of these titles and customer feedback, we may look to convert all our training videos into this format. USB prices start from just £75+ VAT for FPA members. To order, or for more information, please


email sales@thefpa.co.uk, or visit www. thefpa.co.uk


New look for our Training Information Packs


Our Training Information Packs (TIPs) are ideal for companies looking to save time and money by delivering essential, up to date fire or health and safety training in house. Each TIP package combines one of our appropriate training DVDs together


54 MAY 2019 www.frmjournal.com


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