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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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Take A Look At The 5kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher
Take A Look At The 5kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 03.05.2015 07.31
Synopsis: Let's take a look at the 5kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher. It's best suited for premises with a higher risk of large fires involving live electrical equipment or flammable liquid fires.
Your Quick Guide To The 2kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher
Your Quick Guide To The 2kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 30.04.2015 04.04
Synopsis: The 2kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher is one of the most popular extinguishers. Most premises should have one as it is the "electrical extinguisher". Learn more about it here in this short video.
Is A Kidde Carbon Monoxide Alarm The Best One For Me?
Is A Kidde Carbon Monoxide Alarm The Best One For Me?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 29.04.2015 04.02
Synopsis: Kidde are a manufacturer and brand that have been around for years and have built up a reputation for top quality alarms. See if their Carbon Monoxide Alarms are right for you in this short article.
What's Inside The Mini Fire Warden Kit?
What's Inside The Mini Fire Warden Kit?
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 28.04.2015 04.09
Synopsis: In this quick video we take a look at what's inside the Mini Fire Warden Kit or Marshal Kit depending on which version you want. This kit has everything your fire warden needs in a drill or emergency.
Fire Extinguisher Colours Explained
Fire Extinguisher Colours Explained
Category: Extinguisher Types
Posted: 27.04.2015 05.59
Synopsis: Fire extinguishers are colour coded to show the contents and what types of fires they are able to fight. It is worth knowing what the colours mean so in an emergency you know what extinguisher to grab. Here is a quick explanation.
3 Reasons Why You Need To Get Fire Extinguishers Serviced
3 Reasons Why You Need To Get Fire Extinguishers Serviced
Category: Newsletter archive
Posted: 24.04.2015 05.39
Synopsis: Fire extinguisher servicing is very important both legally and for the safety of your staff. We make it easier than ever to get your extinguisher serviced annually. Take a look at this short article to learn more.
How To Use Intumescent Pipe And Duct Wraps
How To Use Intumescent Pipe And Duct Wraps
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 23.04.2015 05.25
Synopsis: Intumescent pipe and duct wraps are a fantastic solution to closing off areas in the wall where fire has the potential to escape through, find out more in this short video.

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