Emergency Response Teams
We provide professional rescue teams developed from local authority front line emergency service providers.
Emergency response teams can deliver a vast range of proactive and reactive safety benefits, once deployed. The primary objective of an emergency response team will always be to reduce risk and incidents as well as safeguard and maintain high standards of health and safety to ensure everyone understands the safety culture and community cohesion.
Managing Your On-Site Safety
Our proactive approach to safety and incident response can meet either fixed-term contracts or short-term periods for the following risk types:
- Confined space rescue
- Event management
- Hazmat and environmental
- Medical and first aid response (major trauma and advanced first aid)
- Work at height rescue
HFR Solutions CIC can provide an on-site emergency response team of highly motivated individuals who are passionate about your safety.
Our emergency response teams can support your organisation by delivering at-the-scene immediate rescue and response
Our professional rescue teams comprise of highly qualified and vastly experienced responders developed from local authority blue light emergency service personnel are available for flexible working shift patterns (throughout the day, night or during the weekend).
With a level of expertise and knowledge in rescue equivalent to the emergency services, the highly experienced safety and emergency response teams at HFR Solutions CIC can provide practical on-site support for those entering and working in hazardous environments or deployed to meet various project-based requirements for your organisation.
We can provide an experienced team of highly motivated personnel, who care deeply about the safety of you and your employees and will provide effective solutions to meet the safety needs of your organisation, whether for a specific project or for a fixed time period.
HFR Solutions CIC provides specialist advice, consultancy, support and training to some of the UK's leading regional and national organisations, who undertake work in hazardous environments such as confined spaces, hot works, work at height or in water.