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Fireco on Fire

The latest blogs from the Fireco team



Fire safety in care homes

There are many challenges to managing fire safety in a care home. Our Fireco guide offers advice to simplify safety and easily stay compliant with fire regulations.

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Fire safety measures in schools

The cost of a school fire can be huge. Lives are at risk. Fire damage is not only expensive to repair, it causes disruption and can even affect exam results, and staff and pupil morale.

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How to prevent the spread of fire

After the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, fire safety is an issue on everyone’s minds. Questions are being asked about inadequate safety measures. How do we stop this from happening again?

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The SIMPLE guide to workplace fire safety

Every workplace is different with its own unique fire safety needs. It’s important that all premises have an ongoing fire risk assessment document to identify any dangers and keep people safe. Read our SIMPLE tips here.

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Fire Door Safety Week

Fire Door Safety Week is a time when the fire industry works to raise awareness of the critical role fire doors play in keeping people safe.

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Dorgard. The original and the best

In 1994 our chairman Neil Purssey invented the first wireless hold-open device for fire doors. Dorgard reacted to the sound of a fire alarm to automatically close the door. It did that then and it does that now.

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Fun Friday fire quiz

It’s our fun Friday quickfire fire quiz. Will you get full marks in a blaze of glory? Or fizzle out like a wet firework? Give it a try!

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Fresh air helps you think

Good ventilation and fresh air in a building improves productivity and helps people think more clearly. It also improves the health and wellbeing of employees.

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