CIA Fire and Security announces partnership with iHasco

CIA Fire & Security Ltd (CIA), a leading security service provider, has announced that it will be partnering with iHasco, a market-leading provider of online health and safety training solutions.

With the use of iHasco’s services the partnership will provide office staff and engineers with high quality interactive health and safety training.

CIA is committed to enhancing service delivery through the continued development of their employees and has delivered on this commitment for over 30 years. The new partnership with iHasco enhances the training provided, whilst securing the future of health and safety at CIA.

Colin Harrison, Managing Director of CIA, said: “We are excited to be working with iHasco. Their e-learning software is a fantastic way to train all of our staff to a high standard. E-learning allows us to train in our own time whilst providing our customers with the highest standard of service.”

iHasco are industry experts of quality Health and Safety and HR e-learning. Over the past 20 years they have grown from a small business focussing on tailored educational software, to a market leader in comprehensive online training solutions.

David Goddard, Managing Director of iHasco, said: “Having provided Fire, Risk Assessment and Health and Safety Management programmes for a number of clients in the Fire and Security sectors, our understanding of training requirements in this area are thorough and we are very much looking forward to working alongside CIA.”

CIA’s systems can be seen all over the United Kingdom and parts of Europe. The company prides itself on installing and maintaining bespoke security and fire protection solutions utilising the latest proven technology.

the little princess trust

The Little Princess Trust Supported By CIA

The Little Princess Trust is a children’s cancer charity and their mission is to supply real hair wigs to children suffering with cancer, for the duration of their treatment.  However, in addition they assist children with other conditions which also result in hair loss, the most common being alopecia.  The Trust’s commitment to these children is different.  Despite being set up to help children with cancer, the Trust is able to supply children that do not have a cancer diagnosis with a single wig.  Whilst they are unable to commit to supplying more than one wig, they hope that this gesture will help the child and family whilst they decide on their long-term plans for dealing with this condition.

They work with specialist suppliers and experienced hairdressers who offer wigs tailored to the individual child’s needs to give the most realistic look and feel, as close as possible to their original hair.  Theystrive to put parents/carers in contact with suppliers as local as possible.

The Trust receives no formal funding and so relies on the enthusiastic efforts of kind souls in the community who are willing to give up their time to fundraise.

Other kind-hearted supporters don’t necessarily fundraise for the charity, but choose to donate their hair instead.  The Little Princess Trust can use this donated hair (as long as it complies with their guidelines) and arrange for it to be made into wigs.

Click here for more information about the Little Princess Trust 

Rotary Club Cirencester

Rotary Club of Cirencester and CIA

Rotary’s motto is “service above self” and that is the bond which ties together the 40 plus members of the Cirencester Rotary Club. Members give their time to a range of fundraising activities enabling Rotary to support charities in the local area and to help people abroad when disaster strikes.

The Cirencester club was founded in 1929 by people seeking to help others and each other; today it has the same ideals for all its members, both men and women. Members meet regularly at the Royal Agricultural College.

Cirencester Rotary Club is part of Rotary International which has a worldwide membership of 1.2 million members; there is an international Charity, The Rotary Foundation, which is rated as one of the top five not-for-profit organisations in the world and is heavily involved in the End Polio Now campaign.

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Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Now

Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity. They are dedicated to funding research into this devastating disease.

Their cutting-edge research is focused entirely on breast cancer. They have already made enormous progress in understanding the disease.

Breast Cancer Now is bringing together the brightest minds to discover how to prevent breast cancer, how to detect it earlier and how to treat it effectively at every stage.

And they are finding ways to stop secondary breast cancer – when the disease spreads to other parts of the body – which cuts short 1,000 UK women’s lives each month. Every breakthrough made is rooted in the realities of women affected by the disease.

Breast Cancer Now is the catalyst that connects the laboratory bench with the hospital bedside, the GP’s office, the MP’s surgery and the policies that govern the health service. Through their policy work, they take what is discovered in the lab and work to make it available to everyone affected by the disease.

They make the voices of patients and their families heard, and support the health service to champion their needs.

Breast Cancer Now’s public health campaigns help thousands every year become breast cancer aware and empower them to take action to reduce their risk of the disease.

Click here for more information about Breast Cancer Now


Macmillan Cancer Support and CIA

Macmillan Cancer Support help with all the things that people affected by cancer want and need. It’s not only patients who live with cancer, they also help carers, families and communities.

They fund nurses and other specialist health care professionals and build cancer care centres. But Macmillan give so much more than medical help.

People need practical support at home, so they provide anything from some precious time off for a carer, to a lift to hospital. People need emotional support, so they listen, advise and share information through our cancer support specialists, website and trained professionals. People need financial help to cope with the extra costs cancer can bring, so they give benefits advice, and grants for anything from heating bills to travel costs. Together they listen, they learn, they act to help people live with cancer.

Click here for more information about Macmillan Cancer Support