Kirk Smith - 11.10.2021, 21:43
Kirk Smith, business development manager at Allegion UK, explains why adjusting fire door closers post-installation is essential for protecting people and premises.
Kiasu Workforce - 08.10.2021, 08:50
Fire safety is possibly one of the most important things that employers need to consider, alongside other health and safety measures.
News Editor - 05.10.2021, 16:56
RoSPA and L’Oréal are reporting a 'phenomenal' response to their Leading Safely for Women programme which launched earlier in the year as part of a wider [email protected]@Home partnership.
News Editor - 30.09.2021, 13:31
Residents of a London tower block awaiting the replacement of cladding identified as unsuitable following the Grenfell Tower tragedy are being protected by a wireless detection and evacuation system following guidance issued by the National Fire Chiefs Council.
News Editor - 28.09.2021, 13:21
Mitie has surpassed a target of recruiting 50 new technical apprentices in 2021 with the addition of a new intake of 41 apprentices to its Technical Services Apprenticeship Programme.
Business Sprinkler Alliance (BSA) - 13.09.2021, 14:54
The Business Sprinkler Alliance comments on a recent fire at an unsprinklered warehouse in Coventry in the United Kingdom which was attended by ten fire engines and 70 firefighters.
Karen Trigg - 13.09.2021, 12:32
Fire safety doesn’t happen by chance but requires vigilance and an organisation-wide commitment to staff training, according to Karen Trigg, Allegion UK (South East) business development manager.
CINTEC International - 30.08.2021, 23:11
Following a series of highly publicised losses of life to fire in refurbished buildings, Cintec International provides guidance on the importance of fire resistant remedial anchors and reinforcements.
Paul Mulcahy - 12.08.2021, 14:39
Paul Mulcahy, QHSE Manager at Toyota Material Handling UK, explains why vigilance is needed to prevent accidents involving forklift trucks.
News Editor - 30.07.2021, 11:32
George Best Belfast City Airport's Fire and Rescue team has invested in innovative self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) as part of a multi-million pound equipment upgrade.