Hygiene control is vital in order to reopen safely to staff and customers. Read our blog for a guide to improving ventilation and reducing touchpoints.
After Boris Johnson laid out his roadmap for getting England’s services and institutions back open, Chancellor Rishi Sunak declared he was providing £408 million in a support package designed to aid the struggling cultural sector. As museums, galleries, cinemas and libraries prepare to reopen over the coming weeks, how can Germgard and other Fireco products help with their hygiene control strategy?
Compliance as a Service will make our fire safety systems more accessible to businesses that experience budget restraints.
Read our handy guide to hotel fire safety. It covers fire risk assessments, evacuation, training, quick and easy tips and penalties for businesses that have got it wrong.
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In 2015 a London hotel owner received a massive fine of £230,000, plus a four month prison sentence for huge fire safety breaches, including missing fire doors, no fire risk assessment and fire doors tied open using string and an extinguisher used as a wedge.
Did you know that around 42% of hotels in England fail to meet satisfactory standards in their fire inspection? In June 2015, David Schofield, owner of the Park Hotel in Paignton was fined £9,274 and sentenced to six months imprisonment for severe fire safety breaches.
A lack of fresh air increases air pollutants which can lead to headaches, fatigue and eye and throat irritation. Clearly, this is undesirable for guests and staff. Fresh air prevents pollutants and reduces the risk of guests and staff feeling groggy, hot and unwell.