Join us from 27 to 28 September 2022 at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham for the inaugural Infection 360 Conference, where renowned speakers within infection prevention discuss technology and its part in combatting new and existing pathogens.
Since our founding in 2016, JM Passive Fire Protection has combined passion, determination and experience in order to grow alongside constantly developing fire protection guidelines and legislation. Our company was formed by Managing Director John Maguire who automatically transferred almost 20 years’ worth of skill and experience from the industry into our evolving brand. We offer various services, including:
Passive Fire Protection
Fire Door Installation
Structural Steelwork Protection
Fire Compartmentation Surveys
Working on various projects such as:
We are a rapidly growing business and with hard work from all the team including all operatives, supervisors and managers, we are ready to take our company to the next level.
We pride ourselves on constant communication between the client, the on-site operatives and the management teams building a very reliable and trustworthy working environment.
All our operatives are fully trained and competent to complete the jobs to a high standard. We regularly invest in bringing new team members including apprenticeships, we train them with the knowledge and skill set that working on site provides in order to successfully complete an NVQ Level 2 in Passive Fire Protection.
We also make sure that all our supervisors work towards gaining NVQ Level 3 in Supervision and are SSSTS trained.
Our friendly office staff have extensive knowledge of the trade we carry out and are always on hand to assist with any questions or enquiries.
Healthcare is evolving through digitalisation and widening network capacity whilst simultaneously collecting a greater range and depth of data. The NHS is the largest integrated healthcare provider in the world with a supply chain consisting of more than 80,000 suppliers. The amalgamation of different estates, the multiplicity of legacy systems and the diversity of technology, people, processes and culture makes it a hugely complex environment. This is also vulnerable to Cyber Security attacks including data breaches where sensitive patient records may be attained for extortion, disruption or resale on the dark web. The current heightened political tensions and state sponsored cyber-crime only add fuel to this already challenging mix. In this evolving environment, it is imperative UK health organisations recognise the need to proactively manage and constantly review their Cyber Security posture as widely advocated by the NCSC for all the CNI sector.