Fire Safety

Introducing Our New Online Fire Safety Training

Online Fire Safety Training

Online Fire Safety Training

Online Fire Safety Training

We have recently introduced a series of online fire safety training courses to our website. Not only does fire safety training help your employees to stay safe by providing them with the knowledge of how to prevent fires from occurring and what to do if a fire should break out, but it is also required by law, under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) 2005 Order.

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Valentine’s Day by Candle Light

Valentines Day by Candle Light

Setting the mood for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s by Candle Light

Once again St. Valentine’s day is upon us. Some of us will be out enjoying candlelit meals, some will be at home enjoying some private time with their wives and partners and some will be at home enjoying a microwave meal for one. Whatever we end up doing with our evening and whatever arises in the heat of the moment it is important that we remember to be safe. Where am I going with this? Well, obviously I’m talking about fire safety, this is a fire safety blog after all!

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Talking To Children About Fire Safety

Playing With Matches

Educating Your Children About Fire Safety Is Very Important

Whether you’re in the home or out-and-about, fire safety is a very important topic – a topic that can sometimes be difficult for parents, teachers and care-givers to tackle.

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Fire Dangers Explained: Reduced Visibility

smoke causes reduced visibility

Reduced visibility is a very common side effect of smoke from fires.

Smoke produced from fire can often be seen before the other effects of fire such as heat and flames. As the smoke fills a room it gradually obscures light sources, whether natural or man-made, and limits occupants’ ability to see clearly.

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Fire Dangers Explained: Smoke Inhalation

Man wearing smoke mask

Smoke inhalation can only be prevented by wearing a breathing mask.

It’s a common misconception that severe burns are the biggest killer when it comes to fires. In reality smoke inhalation kills more people than any other danger associated with indoor fires.

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Fire Dangers Explained: Burns

burned hand

This man's hand has been moderately burned by fire.

In the public consciousness, burns are often regarded as the biggest risk of being caught in a fire. While this isn’t always the case, burns can be extremely painful and even deadly.

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Summer Fire Safety: Hotel Rooms

hotel exterior

Your Hotel has an obligation to protect you from fire during your stay.

Chances are if you’re going on holiday this summer you’ll stay in a hotel. Fire safety is an important consideration whether you’ll be staying in a luxurious 5* hotel or a cheap and cheerful hostel.

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Summer Fire Safety: Camp Fires

campfire with people

Keep safe this summer with our handy camp fire safety guide.

With the weather starting to pick up you’ll be forgiven for taking every chance you get to enjoy the sunshine! For many families in the UK sunny weather means a chance to enjoy the great outdoors with a camping trip.

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Fire Risk Increased By Hoarding

An accumulation of possessions, or hoarding, can increase the risk of fire.

Hoarding is a serious problem that can cause a home to be filled with possessions which limit daily living, present a fire risk and prevent reasonable access to the property.

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Summer Fire Safety – BBQ Preparation

BBQ with fiery sausages on the grill

Keep safe this summer and follow our BBQ fire safety guide.

The sun is out and it’s time to barbecue, whether you plan to resurrect your old BBQ from the shed or purchase a shiny new one. But before you start grilling, take note of this important BBQ fire safety advice.

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