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Are Fire Risk Assessments Really Necessary?

Fire risk assessments are necessary for many reasons. As a rule, any non-domestic property needs to have, by law, a fire risk assessment. Businesses such as shops, offices, restaurants and nightclubs, and other businesses, all fall under the requirements of a fire risk assessment. They are designed to minimise the probability of the event […]

By |January 3rd, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Fire Safety for Children

A lot of people install smoke detectors in their house and then go about their lives, hoping a fire never occurs. While smoke detectors are a good start, there’s so much more we can do to protect ourselves and our children. In a household with children, parents should ensure that their children know about […]

By |January 3rd, 2018|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Maintaining a Safe Workplace

Large businesses usually have an assigned fire and safety person, or even a department, who ensures that the business properties are up to date on fire codes and regulations. So, let’s focus on fire safety in small to medium-sized businesses. These could be a small shop, café, or perhaps an office with a few […]

By |December 11th, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Fire Exit Routes for Businesses

Escape route signs can be seen everywhere. A man running toward a rectangular door, with an arrow pointing in the direction of the door and it may even say “Fire Exit”. We may not pay attention to them when we are at work or out shopping but, by law, they are to be in […]

By |December 11th, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

The Toll of Arsons

Did you hear about the police constables who ran into a burning building to rouse tenants? It’s not the beginning of a joke – it really happened. It happens more than we think. Two of these police constables were new to the job, having only been on the job for a few weeks, when […]

By |December 11th, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Maintaining a Safe Workplace

Large businesses usually have an assigned fire and safety person, or even a department, who ensures that the business properties are up to date on fire codes and regulations. So, let’s focus on fire safety in small to medium-sized businesses. These could be a small shop, café, or perhaps an office with a few […]

By |November 23rd, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Fire Exit Routes for Businesses

Escape route signs can be seen everywhere. A man running toward a rectangular door, with an arrow pointing in the direction of the door and it may even say “Fire Exit”. We may not pay attention to them when we are at work or out shopping but, by law, they are to be in […]

By |November 23rd, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

The Toll of Arsons

Did you hear about the police constables who ran into a burning building to rouse tenants? It’s not the beginning of a joke – it really happened. It happens more than we think. Two of these police constables were new to the job, having only been on the job for a few weeks, when […]

By |November 23rd, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Grenfell Tower Fire Could Lead to Charges Being Laid

This past summer saw the horrific Grenfell Tower fire that left over 80 dead and many more homeless. It is the deadliest fire in Britain in over one hundred years. A fire that originated in a fridge freezer on the 4th floor, quickly spread and engulfed the building. While there was no recall on […]

By |November 16th, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments

Fire Safety Week is Just the Beginning

This year, the week of September 11th to the 17th was the NFCC’s UK Business Safety Week. It is a great campaign to help businesses understand fire safety and their obligations to assess risk. It only lasts a week but there is hope that the knowledge gained from the UK Business Safety Week will […]

By |November 16th, 2017|FIRE AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT|0 Comments