The Supreme Fire Service has over Over 23 years service Experience in meeting the needs of Jamaica:
-Rental & Inspection
-Installation - Commercial, Industrial, Homes, Motor Vehicle & Ships
-Fire Extinguishers & Fire alarm Systems
-Fire Hydrant Repairs & Supplies, etc.
-Fire detection & Suppression Systems
- Fire Drill & Training
-Island wide Pickup and delivery
Supreme Fire Service Limited was founded by Carl Crossley in 1987 and is based on the eastern end of Kingston, 3B Lower Elletson Road Kingston 16. The company has both full time staff and a number of associates who can be called upon to provide specialist service when required.
Since 1987 the company has established itself as a reputable and professional training and consultancy organization and as established a client base throughout Jamaica, the quality of our client base is a testament of the service provided.
Core business supplying and refilling of Fi re Extinguishers, Fire Alarm Systems, Emergency Lights, Exit lights supply, repair and maintenance of all fire systems install by ourselves or others.
In the year 2002 Supreme Fire Service Limited saw the opportunity for expansion into a new developing market of fire protection door and push bar a full range of Fire Hydrants and supplies and installation, wide range of Fire Training to clients in the use of Fire Extinguishers and Fire Fighting Equipment.
The specification defines the minimum conditions for servicing of Fire Fighting Equipment’s the applicable requirements are those bases on British Standard 5306-3:2000 and the Fire Extinguisher Manufacturers Recommendations.
BASIC INSPECTIONS OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS INCLUDE:
• It’s located in the designated place.
• It’s unobstructed visible and its operating instruction faces out-wards.
• Has operating instructions which are clean and legible.
• It’s obviously damage.
• Has a reading in the operable range or positions of any pressure gauge or indicator fitted.
• Have seals, pins and tamper indicator which are not broken or missing.
BASIC INSPECTIONS OF FIRE HOSE REEL INCLUDE:
• It’s located in the designated place.
• It’s unobstructed visible, and operating.
• It’s not corroded.
• Check Discharge Hose for cracks.
• Making sure water is flowing.
BASIC INSPECTIONS OF EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS & SIGNS INCLUDING:
• It’s unobstructed visible and operating.
• Its operating indicator lights are on.
• Complete examination of system.
BASIC INSPECTION OF KITCHEN SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS INCLUDES:
• It’s nozzle unobstructed, free of grease and operating freely.
• Its panel responding to commands.
• Its switches and agent container are unobstructed.
• Its seals and pins are not tampered with.
• Is located in the designated place.
BASIC RE-SERVICING OF FIRE ALARM INCLUDES:
• Inspection of Devices and cleaning devices
• Inspection of Fire Panel
• Inspection of Conduits and Cables
BASIC RE-SERVICING INCLUDES:
• Complete strip down and discharge of units.
• Recovery of agents to determine re-uses.
• Inspection and hydrostatic testing of body of unit.
• Testing and replacement of valve and gauge if required.
• Complete Examination of discharge hose for cracks and deterioration.
• Painting or Spraying.
• Inspection and service record tags, taper seals will be indicated on all Fire Extinguishers of the last inspection or reservicing date.
Basic Fire Drill
HANDS ON TRAINING:
All types of Fire Extinguishers
Training generally last for 1 hour.
INDEPT TRAINING (Practical & Theory)
All types of Fire Extinguishers
Training hours fluctuates.
The following is a small sample of our clients.
• Guradsman Group
• Courts Jamaica Limited
• Ministry of Justice (Police Station) Is land wide
• Negril Tree House Hotel
• Hotel Four Season
• Bellevue Hospital
• National Health Fund Island wide
• Ameco Caribbean
• Excelsior Community College
Underpinning the vision and mission are Supreme Fire Service core values
• Customer Satisfaction
• Continuous Improvement
Our aim is to ensure that your business meets the high standards required by Jamaica Fire Department regulation with minimum disruption. Read more......Read less
It was early in the 1900s that the governor Sir Sidney Olivier, requested Frank Cundall, Secretary of the Institute of Jamaica, to prepare a list of historic sites, buildings
and monuments in each parish. He was to state in each case the nature of its interest and the name of the owner. This was prepared with the assistance of local officers of the medical, police and public works department, the Collectors of Taxes and the Parochial Board and some private individuals. At the direction of the Governor the list was published in the supplement of the Jamaica Gazette December 1909.
In his comments which accompanied the list, Mr. Cundall expressed the hope that this may be the means of steps being taken to preserve old buildings and other monuments from 'decay and the hand of man', and that in the case of private property owners would be induced to take better care of their buildings. The list was incorporated as part of a report dealing with the preservation of historic sites and a ncient monuments in the West Indian Colonies presented to the British Parliament.
As many of the monuments that original list no longer exist one would assume that no real programme of preservation followed on this burst of interest. In 1946, Mr. Angus Acworth of the Georgian Group in England at the request of the Jamaican Historical Society and the British Council visited Jamaica and his resulting report 'Buildings of Architectural or Historic Interest in the British West Indies' published in 1951 by H M Stationary Office as Colonial Research Studies No.2 included draft legislation for 'the preservation of the National Buildings in Jamaica.
They were able to effect through the Ministry of Communications Works, repairs to a number of monuments but the main achievement was the passing of Law No.72 of 1958 which brought the Jamaica National Trust Commission into being, a statutory body established in 1959, fully fifty years after that initial interest.
The funds for the operation of the National Trust were provided in the annual Government budget but with the pressing demands of the priorities of a developing country, these were never adequate to meet the needs. In these limited circumstances there have been nevertheless some outstanding achievements and the Commission was fortunate for several years to have had the services of the late Mr. T.A.K. Concannon, an experienced and dedicated preservationist.
As was only natural the original lists reflected the time and value of the Colonial era. The Commission in 1965 revised the published a new list of monuments. Since then there have been additions in keeping with our awareness as an Independent nation, providing for the recognition of persons and places of special significance in the evolution of the nation, hitherto neglected.
The National Trust Law was from the start inadequate to protect effectively the monuments, and requests made to Government for the necessary amendments never receiv ed attention. Mr. Concannon, had from time to time made representations in respect to this and was constantly frustrated. The JNHT which replaced the original organisation no doubt has a more comprehensive and satisfactory governing law.
September 1968 to April 1969 a UNESCO Mission composed of Prof. Christopher Tunnard and Mr. John C. Pollacco visited Jamaica and carried out a survey of historic buildings and sites in order to make recommendation for their development and presentation particularly in reference to the development of Tourism. They were considerably assisted by Mr. Concannon, advisor to the National Trust, Mr. G.C. Hodges of the Town Planning Department and Mr. C.B. Lewis, Director of Institute of Jamaica, and both members of the Jamaica National Trust Commission. Read more......Read less
The Academic Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Staff College was established in 2001 out of a need to provide greater opportunity and training for working adults in central gov
ernment, local government and statutory bodies including public corporations and executive agencies. Persons working in the private sector can also benefit from these programmes as they are diverse, dynamic and geared towards intellectual development in the chosen field of study and whilst facilitating exposure across other disciplines such as Political Science, Economics, Statistics, Sociology, Psychology, etc.
PROGRAMMES OFFERED AND TUITION
Bsc. Public Sector Management (UWI Franchise Programme) - $110, 000 spot cash payment, $60,000 per semester (2 Semesters)
Asc. Criminal Justice - $110, 000 spot cash payment, $40,000 per semester (3 Semesters.)
Asc. Police Management Studies - $110, 000 spot cash payment, $40,000 per semester (3 Semesters)
Bsc. Two day s per week, Tues. 9 am - 5 pm & Wed. 5 pm - 8 pm
Asc. Mon - Thurs. 5pm - 8:30pm
(a) CXC/CSEC or GCE O’ Level passes in a minimum of five (5) subjects. Subject requirements are Mathematics and English Language. Grade requirements for CXC/CSEC are General Proficiency, Grades I or II pre-1998 and Grades I, II or III from June 1998
(b) An Associate degree, Diploma and/or Certificate from other approved tertiary institution having attained a B+ average or a minimum GPA of 2.5
Training for both police & civilians. Read more......Read less
319 Seaton St Savanna-la-mar, Westmoreland JamaicaGet directions
VK & K Security Company Ltd with over 18 years of experience in Alarms and Industrial Security takes great pride in introducing to you our wide range of security services.
VK & K Security Company Limited with registered main office at 19 Seaton Street, Savanna-La_mar, Westmoreland and Branch Office at 3 Churchill Ave, Montego Bay
All our officers are trained by Police/Military Officers in all aspects of Industrial Security. In addition, regular seminars and refreshment training courses are held so as to keep them in top class condition.
Our Management Team of professionals is comprised of trained and experienced managers in the field of security. Together we have had years of practical Police & Managerial experience to offer you qualitative services. We have in place a personalised Customer Service Department to address our issues. With this in place, we seek to create a warm and cordial relationship with our client, so as to ensure a safer and more secure environm ent, while increasing the level of quality and efficiency in our service. Read more......Read less
Ken Mor originally began as a family business and was later registered as a Limited Liability Company in 1985. We are a local company that specializes in the repair of bags an
d luggage, we also offer the best in leather combat boots and safety shoes and boots. Products include shoes for the police and fire departments, safety boots for the general public, and footwear for ladies and children.
Ken Mor has an efficient and highly skilled team that is capable of repairing your luggage and making it as good as new. Ken Mor managing director Percival Morgan has over 25 years of experience in the field of shoe manufacturing. He has an entrepreneurial spirit, a passion and a keen eye for fashion and manufacturing.
Ken Mor originally began as a family business and was later registered as a Limited Liability Company in 1985. Ken Mor managing director Percival Morgan has over 25 years of experience in the field of shoe manufacturing. He has an entrepreneurial spirit, a passion and a keen eye for fashion and manufacturing.
Ken Mor are proud of their products because they are comfortable, durable and highly cost effective. When you wear a Ken Mor shoe you are dressed for safety and dressed for performance.
All locally made brands for our leather combat boots and safety shoes. For Luggage repair, we are capable of repairing all brand luggages all type fabrics.
Visit our website or give a call for more information on our products and services. Read more......Read less