Angus Fire is a proud and active member of the following organisations:
The Fire Sector Federation brings together key stakeholders in the fire sector, to work in alliance to make the UK a safer place to live, work and enjoy. The Federation seeks to give voice to and exert influence in shaping future policy and strategy related to the UK Fire Sector.
FSF – Fire Sector Federation — www.firesectorfederation.co.uk
The Fire Industry Association, or the FIA as we are more commonly known, is a not-for-profit trade association with the aim of promoting the professional status of the UK fire safety industry. Our main objective is to promote the professional standards of the fire industry through close liaison and lobbying with Government and official bodies as well other key organisations in the industry. We aim to inform our members and the general market about the latest legislation and how it can affect their business. We provide technical knowledge and advice to anyone who needs it regarding fire safety in the UK. We also provide training courses to members and non-members alike on all the latest technical and legislative topics to affect those working with fire safety.
The FIRESA has now integrated with the Fire Industry Association to form the FIRESA Council for suppliers to the Fire and Rescue Services, representing the concerted industry voice across a spectrum of legislative, regulatory and standards issues affecting its members.
FIA – Fire Industry Association — www.fia.uk.com
FIRESA – Fire & Rescue Suppliers Association — www.firesa.org.uk
JOIFF works to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding of emergency response personnel and to improve standards of safety and of the working environment in which industry / commerce operates, with the aim of ensuring that whether employed or contractual, personnel manage risks safely.
JOIFF – Joint Oil Industry Fire Forum — www.joiff.com
JOSCAR (the Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register) is a collaborative tool used by the aerospace, defence and security industry to act as a single repository for pre-qualification and compliance information. Using JOSCAR can determine if a supplier is “fit for business”.