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Fire Safety Made Easy

Fire Safety Made Easy provides real-world how-to advice and current information for fire safety buyers, whether for business or home, to make it easy and low cost to comply with UK Fire Regulations and be safe from fire
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Fire Safety Made Easy Entries


Water Extinguisher Overview
Water Extinguisher Overview
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 30.07.2015 01.39
Synopsis: Here is a brief video overview about our range of water extinguishers.
Are All Dry Riser Cabinets The Same?
Are All Dry Riser Cabinets The Same?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 29.07.2015 05.06
Synopsis: This segment helps to explain why you need a dry riser cabinet, and how essential it is to you, but it also explains the different types you can get and the positives and negatives of both.
One Of Our Favourite Extingusihers - The 6 Litre Water Spray
One Of Our Favourite Extingusihers - The 6 Litre Water Spray
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 28.07.2015 05.45
Synopsis: A short video about one of our favourite extinguishers, the 6 Litre Water Spray. A clever extinguisher that gives you a lot of fire stopping power.
What Are Intumescent Cold Smoke Seals?
What Are Intumescent Cold Smoke Seals?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 27.07.2015 05.10
Synopsis: This article gives the relevant information on Cold Smoke Seals, and how essential they are too you and how they could potentially save your life in the event of a fire .
How Do I Stop My Kidde Smoke Alarms Going Off All The Time?
How Do I Stop My Kidde Smoke Alarms Going Off All The Time?
Category: How to info
Posted: 13.07.2015 05.33
Synopsis: Can't figure out why your Kidde Smoke Alarm keeps on going off? This quick article will help you to see the most common reasons for your product, and hopefully help you to fix the problem.
Will A First Alert Safe Bolt Down To The Floor?
Will A First Alert Safe Bolt Down To The Floor?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 08.07.2015 05.39
Synopsis: This blog gives a detailed look at Fire Safes, and the safest and most efficient way of using them in order to protect your belongings. It also answers a frequently asked question which is whether they are safe to bolt to the floor or not.
What Is So Special About The Redlam Panic Bolt Tube?
What Is So Special About The Redlam Panic Bolt Tube?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 06.07.2015 05.13
Synopsis: This short blog explains the benefits of having a Redlam Panic Bolt Tube. Such as helping within an emergency, and why your business or organisation should have a Redlam Panic Bolt Tube.

Recent Comments


Nigel NB Carpentry Ltd on Fire Safety Training and Fire Drills - Practice Makes Perfect
Should staff be informed that there will be a Fire Drill during the day / week, or should it be random to check Staff reaction?

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Chris Judge on The Nerpa Russian Submarine Accident and Automatic Fire Extinguishers
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Mike on Light Up Your Home Safely This Christmas
You wrote of low voltage LEDs. Are the high voltage LED fairy lights (220V) all over Ebay potential killers? Eg, will a cut cable or broken bulb potentially fatally electrocute someone? And will overwound or kinked 220V cables (which may happen as the cables are wrapped around nails or hooks)...