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11 June 2019

RRC IS one of the first training providers accredited to offer the new collaborative course from NEBOSH and the Health and Safety Executive.

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04 June 2019

Vericon has launched a innovative new device to automate tests of emergency lighting.

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04 June 2019

CHURCHES FIRE Security Ltd has appointed Charlie Haynes as CEO, effective 1 May 2019.

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04 June 2019

THE INDEPENDENT Fire Engineering and Distributors Association (IFEDA) is celebrating 30 years of raising standards within the fire protection industry.

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14 March 2019

WITH OVER 150 employees and over 50% market share in Australia Clevertronics has grown from strength to strength over the last 20 years.

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12 March 2019

BAFE, THE independent register of quality fire safety service providers, have released a new video promoting third party certification.

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12 March 2019

CHUBB FIRE & Security Limited employed more apprentices last year than in any previous year.

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07 May 2019

THE FIRE safety for Managers online training course is designed for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation worldwide, who require an awareness of fire safety.

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06 March 2019

EVER HAD a problem with nuisance RCD tripping? Now the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations and the latest leakage current clamp meter from Martindale Electric, the CM69, will come to the rescue.

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28 January 2019

WE OFTEN neglect to protect our businesses against accidents until they occur. With reports revealing that over 70% of single site businesses involved in a major fire either do not reopen or fail within three years of the incident, it’s important to be vigilant to pre-empt these tragedies from taking place.

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08 January 2019

WITH THE new GDPR rules in force, councils and housing organisations are required by law to demonstrate that any excess mail delivered to vacant properties is removed & disposed of in a confidential manner. Many insurance policies insist that combustible materials are removed to maintain the fire regulation compliances of vacant sites.

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08 January 2019

IN A recent issue of FSM, assistant chief fire & rescue officer Alan Walmsley was quoted saying, “25% of accidental fires were caused by electrical equipment and supply”. We were advised not to overload sockets and not to leave dishwashers and washing machines running overnight or unattended.

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08 January 2019

IN A bid to minimise electrical and mechanical failure and its associated fire risk, an increasing number of insurers are now requiring their customers to adopt thermal imaging to spot electrical and mechanical faults in their infancy.

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24 September 2018

Fire Safety for Managers is designed for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation worldwide, who require an awareness of fire safety

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16 August 2018

RISK WARDEN is now available to help assessors and building managers improve levels of safety.

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13 June 2018

A NEW online course on IOSH fire safety for managers has been launched by First4Safety.

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04 June 2018

RISK WARDEN, a pioneering internet-based fire risk assessment and management tool, is now available to help assessors and building managers improve levels of safety.

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19 March 2018

CHURCHES FIRE, a leading provider of fully integrated fire prevention services, has announced the recent acquisition of Fire Safety Services, a complete fire safety provider based in Bedfordshire with national and local coverage in the UK.

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14 March 2018

THE ONSET of winter bring added fire and security risks and Chubb Fire & Security Limited wants to help keep homes, families and their belongings safe and secure.

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15 December 2017

THE ONSET of winter and the festive season bring added fire and security risks and Chubb Fire & Security Limited wants to help keep homes, families and their belongings safe and secure.

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FEATURES

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24 September 2018

FSM managing editor Mark Sennett sits down with Chris Auger to discuss the increasingly common instances of fires in commercial kitchens and how BAFE is taking steps to help reduce the risks.

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25 July 2018

Mark Whiteley explains why it is so important to understand the legislation but also meet the research and academic requirements.

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25 July 2018

Russell Peacey explains why not taking a holistic approach to school refurbishments and extensions can be detrimental to the overall fire safety of the premises.

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25 July 2018

Stephen Adams comments on the recent report released post Grenfell and how checking contractor competence should be seen as a simple, but important step to help reduce risk within a building.

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14 May 2018

Dr Bob Docherty debates why a passport to fire safety may be exactly what’s needed provide vital fire safety information on new build premises.

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09 May 2018

What do you get when you have two company directors – one from the client company, the other from the principal contractor – each blaming the other for safety failings and having to answer to the one of the country’s top regulatory barristers? A mighty good mock trial that should make all companies and their senior staff take safety more seriously.

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20 December 2017

Mark Harris takes a look at the key considerations that he feels need to be included in the review of the Building Regulations.

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01 December 2017

Hasan Alaradi shares a practical approach to fire safety and explores five key steps to creating a suitable risk assessment.

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30 October 2017

Fire safety standards in the rail sector continue to change in the light of technological advances and the shared experiences of train operators, Dr Tony Cash how the sector continues to raise the bar.

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11 August 2017

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire, Stewart Kidd shares his view that sprinklers should be installed as standard in all new buildings and retrofitted in unsafe premises.

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03 August 2017

Tracy Kirk explains how boosting diversity within the next generation of life-safety professionals is key to addressing the skills gap.

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03 August 2017

Paul Lane takes a look at key stages during the life cycle of buildings and suggests positive interventions building owners can make to improve fire safety compliance

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15 February 2017

Fire Safety Event Content Director Mark Sennett introduces the show, which boasts an unparalleled line-up of free educational content and an exhibition containing major fire safety manufacturers and associations

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09 February 2017

Safe storage is a key means of avoiding accidents when handling hazardous materials at work, but which method best protects staff, businesses and the environment in the event of fire? Sven Sievers advises.

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