MAF Aids RNLI with Training Facility and Fire Risk Assessment
One example of MAF’s commitment to social responsibility is our recent work for the RNLI, which is just one of many fire risk assessments we’ve regularly performed for registered charities. The RNLI is a charity that saves lives at sea, and their training college in Poole, Dorset is a vital component of their operations. As a testament to its commitment to giving back to the community, MAF offered to inspect the college building for free.
During the inspection, the risk assessors from MAF evaluated the potential fire hazards and identify areas that needed to be addressed to reduce the risk of fire in the college building. The reports we provided to the RNLI included recommendations for fire safety measures that could be implemented in the building to ensure the safety of staff and students.
In the past, MAF has undertaken this type of work on a voluntary basis. As many charities cannot afford the cost of professional fire risk assessments, MAF’s offer to provide this service free of charge is a significant contribution to their safety.
For charities to be successful, they must ensure that their premises are safe for the public and their employees. By providing this service for free, MAF is providing charities with valuable resources to reduce fire risks.
In addition to offering free services to charities, MAF has a strong commitment to social responsibility. As an environmentally conscious company, we are committed to reducing our carbon footprint. Our employees are also trained to ensure that they have the necessary skills to do their jobs safely.
In summary, MAF’s recent work supporting the RNLI is an excellent example of our commitment to social responsibility. Charity organisations can use their free fire risk assessments to ensure the safety of their premises as part of their charitable mission. MAF strives to be a responsible corporate citizen committed to the environment and employee wellbeing.
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