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.
As businesses begin to welcome back more employees, hygiene safety remains the dominant factor. Our new Marketing team member shares his experience of joining Fireco during a pandemic and reveals the office hygiene measures you can use for welcoming visitors back to your workplace.
Returning to work after lockdown or furlough leave can feel very daunting for employees. Are employers doing enough to keep their environment safe?
Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are gradually lifting and a phased plan is in place to reopen businesses. This means that all businesses must prepare return strategies in order to make their building safe for staff, customers and visitors.
Fireco has been working closely with a high-profile social media platform client based in Soho, London, to provide an innovative and practical solution to guard against the transmission of germs in the working environment.
As we edge towards the end of the Covid-19 lockdown phase, businesses are starting to look at their return to work strategies, and making their sites as safe as possible.
Through this pandemic, many technologies have leapt into our day-to-day lives of lockdown and working from home, becoming an absolute necessity, as opposed to an alternative reserved for the young and tech-savvy.
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.
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.
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.
Health and safety in the workplace is essential. Decrease the risks with the correct preventative measures — and common sense! Here's what happens when it goes wrong.
The recent fire at a Tottenham warehouse brings to the forefront the specific challenges with fire safety in warehouses and industrial sites.