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Add 1 Hour Fire Resistance With FD60 Fire Doors

Add 1 Hour Fire Resistance With FD60 Fire Doors It is a legal requirement for any building with public access to have properly certificated fire doors in place, in order to prevent and reduce the risks associated in the event of a fire – which can be costly both for business and, more importantly, to…

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Top fire safety tips for office environments

Top fire safety tips for office environments Many of us go to work every day in office environments and buildings of varying kinds, and we all go about our business assuming that all health and safety aspects of our workplace are catered for. We should, however, all be aware of the basic workplace health and…

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Top things you should not do with fire doors

Top things you should not do with fire doors We all understand, and appreciate, how vitally important fire doors are in keeping us safe, especially in workplaces and other public buildings. Fire doors are part of a building’s passive fire protection system and are fundamental to fire safety strategies for any building. They provide critical…

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Have you checked your fire doors?

Have you checked your fire doors? Fire doors are designed to prevent the spread of smoke, flames and toxic gases throughout a building in the event of a fire. Therefore, when a fire door is held open, or is faulty, fire can quickly pass through the building, blocking escape routes and endangering lives. A quick…

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A brief explanation of the fire safety responsible person

A brief explanation of the fire safety responsible person We all know of the potentially terrible consequences of a fire, both in domestic and business premises. Most business owners and employers are aware that they are responsible, by law, for the safety of the property itself and the people within it. This being the case,…

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Considerations when fitting fire doors in care homes

Considerations when fitting fire doors in care homes Fire safety is of paramount importance in any public building or anywhere with multiple occupants, but especially so in buildings housing sick or vulnerable residents. Fire safety arrangements in Care Homes have to be carefully considered to ensure the safety of the occupants. Installing good quality internal…

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How safe are your fire doors – ways to demonstrate performance

How safe are your fire doors – ways to demonstrate performance It seems straightforward to most people what fire doors are for, and what they do. Their main function is to divide and compartmentalise a building in order to contain and slow down the spread of danger in the event of a fire breaking out….

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Top fire safety tips for a retail business

It is an alarming fact that more that up to 80% of businesses involved in a major incident either never manage to reopen, or subsequently fail altogether within three years. Aside from the corporate responsibility, to keep all staff and customers safe upon one’s premises, this is a major reason to ensure your retail business…

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Top Hotel Fire Safety Tips

Top Hotel Fire Safety Tips You are enjoying your break in your luxurious hotel – what’s the last thing you want to hear when you’re relaxing in your room? That’s right – the fire alarm! However, in the event of that happening, you want to know that every precaution has been taken for you to…

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The Importance of Regular Fire Door Inspections – Commercial & Public Buildings

The Importance of Regular Fire Door Inspections – Commercial & Public Buildings   Fire Door Inspection forms an integral part of passive fire protection within the buildings construction and without the appropriate specifications, a regular expert fire door inspection & quality maintenance procedures, fire doors are significantly less likely to be effective in providing protection…

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