New Fire Safety Regulations are coming into effect from January 2023 which require residential buildings to update some of their fire safety equipment and procedures. Our blog outlines some of the key changes.
In part one of this blog, we summarised what we have learnt since Grenfell. Part two discusses how the fire industry can help shape change for the better!
5 years after the tragic Grenfell fire, inquiries are still ongoing and regulations are still being debated. What have we learnt so far?
We interviewed Martin Pearce, our resident fire door expert, inspector and installer, to answer some common questions about fire doors and how to keep them compliant.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been used for commercial applications for some time now and is quickly becoming a ...
Part 3 of our interview with Steve Emery, Fire Officer at Oxford Uni! We discuss fireproofing heritage doors and fire safety in historic buildings.
Part 2 of our interview with Steve Emery, Fire Officer at Oxford Uni! We discuss fire safety in historic buildings and the complexities of heritage fire doors.
Smart tech products can now be found in most homes, but how can this digital progression help to modernise the fire industry?
It's important to address the use and maintenance of fire doors. Fire doors can become damaged with regular use. Our checklist covers the basics of what to look out for to make sure your fire doors are safe and compliant.
Dame Judith Hackitt suggests that businesses should be more transparent for accountability purposes. This bought about the introduction of the Golden Thread of information. Read our blog to find out more about what it is and how can it help keep your business compliant.
In the Government press conference on the 22nd February, it was announced that all schools will reopen on the 8th March and depending on how successful this is in keeping infection cases down, will determine whether we move to the next stage of lockdown easing. In that press conference Sir Patrick Vallance reiterated the measures that help reduce infection in schools.
With the evolution of regulations and requirements for fire safety in social housing, it may seem like there is a lot to keep on top of and checking all buildings efficiently can be more challenging. This raises the question: what can we do to keep on top of the ever-changing demands of a compliant and fire safe building?