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Mold-based Jackson Fire & Security are providing support to an education activity centre by providing free fire and security servicing for their site in Talacre. Jackson Fire & Security engineer Jim Smith visited the charity’s premises to carry out servicing of their fire extinguishers, fire alarm and intruder alarm free of charge ensuring the property is safe and compliant. DangerPoint offers visitors the opportunity to learn about safety through fun and interactive activities. Designed like a film set, visitors journey from the home to the beach, countryside, playground, farm & other settings. DangerPoint offers a safe environment where visitors learn about risks and how to keep safe whilst, most importantly, having fun. With the key purpose of DangerPoint being to promote safety, it is of particular importance to the team to ensure their site is fire safe and secure. Managing director for Jackson Fire & Security, Steve Jackson said:
“It is a pleasure to help DangerPoint remain safe and compliant." “We really encourage the service they offer in teaching children about safety in all aspects of life. It fits well with our business values in protecting property and keeping people safe.” “To be able to save the charity funds by providing free fire and security servicing was something we were very happy to do.”
DangerPoint centre manager Julie Evans said:
“We are very grateful for the support that Jackson Fire & Security have offered by providing their services free of charge.” “As a charity, we are always looking for ways to save money as well as work in partnership with other like-minded organisations. Donations such as this will help us to continue to deliver our invaluable safety messages.” “We hope that our relationship with Jackson Fire & Security will continue for many years to come.”