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FETS (Fire and Emergency Training Solutions)

 

Ross Clarke   027 2220062

Established in 1998, Fire and Emergency Training Solutions (FETS) provides an extensive range of courses for staff training in emergency response and compliance, for the office and outdoor workplace environment. We service many industries including dairy, meat, manufacturing, construction, building, corporate, local government, and maritime, including schools and colleges.

 

From our Upper Hutt national headquarters, we have clients in Wellington and throughout New Zealand including Fonterra, Strait Shipping, Interislander, NIWA, Taylor Preston, Contact Energy, EMQUAL, Transfield, Eddie Carson and Sons, Ministry of Primary Industries (formerly NCDI), and Weltec to name a few.

 

Our course classes range from compliance training, such as floor/fire warden and fire extinguisher, right through to workplace emergency response training in breathing apparatus, confined space entry and working at heights.

 

FETS courses are totally flexible and are available New Zealand-wide. Whatever your organisations’ requirements, we can custom design professional and quality delivered training packages. Every one of our instructors has an operational background and therefore brings to the classroom not only their knowledge but also real life experiences.

 

Training can be delivered on your site, using your procedures where appropriate to give your staff relevant workplace information. Course numbers range from 8 - 20 depending on type of course.

 

With quality training, it means you're getting the best in course material and financial investment. FETS hold accreditation with NZQA as a Private Training Establishment (PTE) allowing us to teach and assess all our courses to the highest level of recognised industry standards.

 

Taking the FETS training courses will give you and your staff greater confidence in safety awareness, understanding of hazard identification and risk assessment, decision making, team work and problem solving. So if the worse were to happen, you and your staff would be able to respond to any emergency.