The Women in Fire Safety Awards set to honour the outstanding achievements and contributions of all women within the fire safety community.
We strive to address the historical gender imbalance and champion for a more progressive industry. That is why, as an organisation, our aim is to continuously motivate and promote women who exceptionally improve fire safety standards.
Throughout our journey, we hope to also encourage the next generation to see fire safety as an astounding career opportunity by further highlighting how varied, inclusive, diverse and rewarding the industry is as a collective.
CHLOE VICKERY MIFSM
In 2008 Chloe began her journey in the fire safety industry offering bespoke solutions and specifications to meet with current legislation, standards and regulations.
Over the years, her diverse background includes working for fire safety contactors, distributors and manufacturers. As a result of her extensive experience and ongoing technical training, Chloe has gained great knowledge and an appreciation for all elements of fire safety to protect people and premises.
Chloe now specialises in providing a service to the fire protection industry in fire risk assessment, tenant engagement and tailored fire safety solutions for both new build and existing properties.
In 2008 Kate changed career from Finance and moved into the construction industry, Starting off as a Quantity Surveyor and then moving into the Supply Chain as a supply merchant and then in manufacturing in the Fire Safety industry.
During Kates career she has always wished to encourage more women into the industry and had originally moved into construction after having a daughter and wanting to show her that “anything is possible.” Whilst studying at college, Kate was surprised by the lack of young women studying in this very rewarding area.
Kate now works as a Performance Coach, helping women within leadership roles and those who want to improve their career options as well as delivering motivational talks and training.