The UK’s fire and safety regulations are not strict enough, allowing businesses to take shortcuts if they want to, a recent review has stated.
Schools may consider increasing their fire warden training in London after it was revealed there has been an increase in counterfeit goods entering the UK market.
The cost of implementing essential fire safety measures in high-rise buildings following the Grenfell Tower disaster is climbing, with councils and housing associations having spent at least £600 million so far.
Whatever kind of business you run, you’ll undoubtedly want to know about any simple steps you could take to improve productivity among your staff.
Nobody knows the importance of fire safety as well as a fireman and anybody seeking fire warden training in Kent might be interested in reading veteran Benjamin Walker’s fire safety tips, which he is making digital.
All businesses are at risk of fire so it’s important to undergo fire extinguisher training in London or elsewhere so you know how to react and what to do if a blaze does break out.
The London Fire Brigade (LFB) has called on the construction industry to start prioritising fire safety, otherwise there will be a rise in serious building fires as a result.
Over 25 cars have been damaged after a fire on Monday November 6th at a single storey car garage in Bolton, a blaze that required specialist equipment including technical rescue units and aerial platforms because the fire reached 50 by 25m in size at its height.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has called for mandatory fire safety certificates to be re-introduced for high-risk properties in a bid to ensure improved fire safety across the UK.
Following the Grenfell Tower incident that saw at least 80 people lose their lives, Scottish Labour MSP David Stewart has launched a fire safety in social housing members’ bill to make local authorities and housing associations responsible for the installation of sprinklers in new-build social housing developments.