Health and safety training with the airport's fire service
Southampton Airport Fire Service’s primary role is to save lives and protect property.
Our 33-strong fire service team provides a professional service for airport staff, concessionaires and passengers.
In a challenging airport environment – surrounded by a motorway, main rail line, busy rail yards and a protected country park – we’re proud to meet and exceed all the Civil Aviation Authority's required standards.
Southampton Airport Fire Service also provides training, including first aid, fire prevention, manual handling and courses for professional firefighters.
Training is provided at clients’ premises or in our state-of-the-art facility at the airport.
Our training equipment includes a mock-up short-haul passenger jet, which uses hydrocarbon fuels to provide the most realistic fire training available.
Courses offered at Southampton Airport
- First aid at work (HSE Approved)
- Emergency first aid at work (HSE Approved)
- Manual handling
- Fire safety training
- Fire Warden training
- Aerodrome fire training for low category Aerodromes
- Cabin Crew training
Presented by fully qualified and experienced professional active fire fighters our instructors all hold their PTLLS qualification, along with assessors (A1 NVQ) and Verifier (V1 NVQ).
Why use us?
All training staff are operational professional fire fighters, they work for one of the leading airport operators within the world. To keep up to date with first aid training, the Fire and Rescue Service constantly trains with first aid, attending real calls. All first aid instructors are HSE approved.
We offer very competitive prices and will even match any like for like quote*.
We can offer training at times to suit you, either during or out of working hours and our fire safety training can be tailored to meet your companies needs.
For further information and to book please contact Southampton Airport fire service:
- Tel: 023 8062 7206
- Email: email@example.com
*Must be a genuine quote, proof of lower quote must be provided.