All businesses need an emergency plan to clearly explain the procedure to follow if a fire breaks out. Our seven-step guide explains what is required.
Fire safety education isn’t just about what to do when the fire alarm sounds. It’s also about the prevention of fire, and methods to minimise harm and damage if a fire does break out.
Fire doors save lives. They’re designed to stop the spread of fire and smoke for a specified amount of time.
Fire risk assessments are required in all businesses. This easy guide explains the role of the Responsible Person and how to complete a fire risk assessment.
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.
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.
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.
What do people do when the fire alarm sounds? Some of these comments of why people ignore fire alarms are shocking.
Closed fire doors save lives but they can get in the way. What solutions are there to improve access for everyone?
Lockdown is a security measure used in buildings to keep people safe from an immediate threat. Dorgard Pro can form part of an effective lockdown procedure.
The alarm sounds. A fire has broken out and your residents are asleep. Do you know what to do? Our handy guide will explain all.
Fire and smoke are a deadly duo. However, smoke has more tricks up its sleeve. Most fire deaths are not caused by burns from flames, but by inhaling smoke. Smoke leads to disorientation and clouds your vision.