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Landlords’ Responsibility Regarding Fire Safety

Landlords have a legal responsibilityto their tenants safe. There are regulations and laws that landlords must follow, especially in regards to fire safety. The council will work with landlords to ensure that the regulations are being followed and tenants are well protected. In regards to HMOs, there is no single set of standards, individual […]

By |July 4th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

How Important are Fire Extinguishers?

The question of how important fire extinguishers are may seem like a silly question but it’s really not.  We don’t give them much thought until we actually need them.  In many cases they are a first line of defence and often contain or extinguish a fire, preventing costly damage. These often-overlooked devices can be […]

By |July 4th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Budget Cuts Put All in Harm’s Way

Budget cuts to fire and rescue services are dangerous. With all of the budget cuts that have happened over the years, the average response time has risen. That puts people in a dangerous situation because when it comes to fires, every second counts. Firefighters know this, as do those unfortunate enough to be involved […]

By |May 16th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

False Alarms Take Away from Real Emergencies

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service is sending out notices to properties where there have been repeated calls to 999 for their service when it wasn’t necessary. These notices, or advice, are being sent in an attempt topersuade property owners to take responsibility for their alarm systems and lifts in the case of high […]

By |May 16th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Teach Your Children About Fire Safety

Kids under the age of five have a much higher risk of dying in a residential fire compared to children in other age groups. In fact, those under the age of 5 are at a risk forty percent higher than older children. That’s an alarming number but we can all do our part to […]

By |April 6th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Hospice Held Accountable After Arson Deaths

You may recall the fire that broke out at St Michael’s Hospice almost 3 years ago. A resident of the hospice, who was terminally ill, soaked his bedding with an accelerant and set it on fire. Rodney Smith was charged on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life. After 3 deaths, 2 of […]

By |April 6th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Understanding Fire Extinguishers

Figuring out how best to put out a fire has been a debate through the ages and still, to this day, there is ongoing research which keeps improving fire extinguishers. In around 200 BC, there was a hand pump that was able to deliver water to a fire. The Romans used bucket chains, buckets […]

By |February 22nd, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Keeping Your Event Safe

Fire safety should be a top priority for businesses holding events with hundreds or thousands of people in one space. It’s a necessity, yes, but it’s also common sense too. Fire and Safety Management Inc can perform a fire risk assessment on all types of venues, big and small, in a building or a […]

By |February 22nd, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Fire Safety Advice for Flats in High Rise Buildings

The fire that happened at the Grenfell Tower in London in June of last year took the lives of 71 people and injured many more. It started in a fridge-freezer in one flat and that fire was extinguished quickly by the London Fire Brigade. It was just a few minutes after the initial fire […]

By |January 29th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

It’s Time for a Safety Inspection of Your Home

Remember when you were a kid and you tried to start a fire using a pair of glasses or a magnifying glass? Maybe you didn’t try it but someone you know did and told you about it. You may have even seen it on a show on TV. Well, we all know it works […]

By |January 29th, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments