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Career as fire technician

Gary lecky

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Hi I’m about to embark on a new career path as an fire technician for a socail housing organisation

i have spent the last ten years as a fire check carpenter as part of me remit will be sighning of new fire doors  and other works associated with fire stopping.the housing association will give me training possibly bm Trada accreditation .

my main worry is the sighning of the work I haven’t got a clue in what is envolved in  how I go about  signing of the works

being a simple carpenter I am finding it all a bit dounting but the one thing I do have is a passion for fire stopping

any advice from you veterans would really be appreciated  


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The problem is the type of work you will be required to sign off and if it goes pear-shaped and it ends in court, you then need to prove your capabilities which would mean qualifications/experience/knowledge. I would suggest you stay away from stuff you do not have experience with until you have the qualifications.

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