The Regulatory Reform Act 2005 introduced a momentous change to workplace fire safety responsibilities.
What is the law on Fire Safety?
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 and the associated Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006 came into effect and replaced over 70 pieces of fire safety law.
Following the horrific events of the Grenfell Tower Block tragedy in London, now it has become a priority to investigate all cladding material and insulation, that forms the external envelope,
Health and safety regulations mean companies must offer sufficient first aid personnel, equipment and facilities
Fire risk assessment is the process involving the systematic evaluation of factors that determines the risk and spots any hazards of a fire starting in your premises.
Basic fire safety training creates awareness to protect people and property from fire accidents. If a fire occurs suddenly, then you may have a matter of minutes before a blaze begins to spread.
Fire extinguisher inspection and maintenance is important to safeguard you and your premises. An extinguisher that is not maintained can be more dangerous than no extinguisher at all.
It’s a global challenge to safeguard life and property from an array of dangers, threats, and emergencies such as a, fires, terrorism, natural disasters, and much more.
In some situations, during a fire incident, it may be a clever idea to employ automated fire extinguishers which are triggered when a certain temperature is reached, or flames or smoke is detected.
BS 9999 has been revised for 2017
Southwark Council has been fined a total of £570,000 for safety failures at Lakanal House, the south London tower block in which three women and three children lost their lives in 2009.
We would like to wish the Director of Veteran Fire Safety a very happy birthday!
The Directors of Veteran Fire Safety shall be attending the IFSM Technical meeting on the 17th October 2016.
With over 350 delegates at the 2015 event, the Fire Sector Summit is now established as the leading industry forum for key decision makers and influencers from across the fire sector.
Featuring a high calibre of speakers from across the industry and other key stakeholders, the event will once again attract those who wish to be informed about, or influence and implement, fire policy and procure fire safety products, services or equipment. The conference programme will offer a mix of plenary and workshop style sessions and conclude with the popular question time panel debate. Preceding the conference will be a gala dinner featuring a drinks reception.
Very proud day for all at Veteran Fire Safety Ltd. Look out on the television for Kevin Iliffe Managing Director who will be the Royal British Legion National Parade Marshal tomorrow in London for the VE day celebrations.
Top man with a great family, have a nice weekend.