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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
Subcategories: Newsletter archive, Fire Regulations, Extinguisher Types, Fire Safety, How to info, Fire Safety Videos



Fire Safety Made Easy Entries


Why Is The Powder Fire Extinguisher Blue
Why Is The Powder Fire Extinguisher Blue
Category: Extinguisher Types
Posted: 01.07.2015 05.30
Synopsis: This short blog helps you to understand what different colours on each fire extinguisher are for, this can help aid confusion and aid you in knowing which extinguishers are to be used for a certain fire.
Water Fire Extinguishers Should Not Be Used For These Fires
Water Fire Extinguishers Should Not Be Used For These Fires
Category: Extinguisher Types
Posted: 29.06.2015 05.27
Synopsis: Water fire extinguishers are not suitable for all types of fires and can cause serious damage if used incorrectly, this article explains where and when water fire extinguishers are safe to use and what you need to be careful of.
You May Take A Shine To Our Chrome 6 Litre Water Extinguisher
You May Take A Shine To Our Chrome 6 Litre Water Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 25.06.2015 05.41
Synopsis: Chrome extinguishers are a great looking product for a modern office or shop. Take a look at our chrome 6 litre water extinguisher.
Which Double Fire Extinguisher Trolley Is Best For Me?
Which Double Fire Extinguisher Trolley Is Best For Me?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 24.06.2015 05.32
Synopsis: Have you ever had trouble choosing what extinguisher trolley is best for your premises? Well, this short article aims to help you decide which trolley to choose.
Quick Guide To The Budget 6 litre Water Spray Extinguisher
Quick Guide To The Budget 6 litre Water Spray Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 23.06.2015 03.38
Synopsis: Here is our quick video about the Budget 6 litre Water Spray Extinguisher.
5 Ways To Fight A Fire
5 Ways To Fight A Fire
Category: Newsletter archive
Posted: 19.06.2015 05.17
Synopsis: Here is our run down of 5 different ways you can fight a fire. The most obvious is of course the fire extinguisher. We list some items you may not realise could be useful in your business.
Sound The Fire Alarm - What's Better Manual Or Battery Operated?
Sound The Fire Alarm - What's Better Manual Or Battery Operated?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 17.06.2015 04.20
Synopsis: Which is better, manual or battery operated fire alarms? Both have their merits and drawbacks. To help you decide which type of fire alarm is best for your premises we have written this short article.

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
I have done fire inspections for insurance companies in Russia. I was amazed to see that they are still using CFCs for fire protection when less hazardous alternatives are available. They use locally made freon type refigerants known as "Figane" (Фриген) The idea of Halon was that it was...

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)...

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