Fire Door Safety Week 25 – 29th September 2017
Fire doors are designed to saves lives and property. Fire doors keep back smoke and flame for a specified amount of time to allow escape and contain the fire to allow fire fighters to do their job. In order for fire doors to do the intended job it is vital that they are correctly installed […]Read More
Are you compliant with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005?
Fire safety regulations are in place to create a safe environment for you, your staff, and your customers. If you do not meet these regulations you could be taken to court and receive a hefty fine or even a prison sentence as the person below discovered… In 2015, Mr Gurnam Singh Rai the lease holder […]Read More
UK Business Safety Week 2017
Business safety week is the perfect opportunity to think about the safety of your business. As a business owner, you are expected to comply by law to protect your business, premises and employees. This makes you more likely to be prepared if the worst does happen and a fire occurs at your business. If […]Read More
Chimney Fire Safety Week
Chimney fire safety week 2017 With the colder months fast approaching we are supporting Chimney fire safety week to ensure that your chimney is safe for use. This Chimney fire safety week to keep you and your family safe from fire we recommend that you should take the necessary steps to ensure your chimney is […]Read More
Why have a professional Fire Risk Assessment?
Why do I need a Fire Risk Assessment in the first place? A Fire Risk Assessment (also referred to as an FRA) is designed to minimise the probability of the event of a fire by identifying the potential hazards and fire risks within a building. All non-domestic properties are required by law to have a […]Read More
Electrical Safety Week 2016
Its Electrical Safety Week, there couldn’t be a better time to read our guide and tips below. Don’t underestimate the risk from electricity. Just because there’s no flame doesn’t mean there’s no risk. Electrical wires don’t even need to touch anything for a spark to jump and a fire to start. What to check for […]Read More