The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations, which have been effective since 2015, are being amended to extend some of the rules in place. The amendment will apply from 1st of October, except in Wales where they will come into force from the start of...
Every home in Scotland will be required to install more robust protection against fires starting 1st February 2022. The new laws require homes to have interlinked heat and fire alarms. Officials hope the regulations will protect people from residential fires and help...
Business Safety Week (September 6-12, 2021), organised by the National Fire Chiefs Council and supported by the Fire and Rescue Services, aims to prevent fires at the premises of small and medium-sized businesses, by making SMEs aware of their fire safety...
Most fires are preventable. Those responsible for workplaces and other buildings to which the public have access could avoid fires by taking responsibility and adopting the right fire safety behaviours and procedures. What are the hazards? A fire in the workplace...
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