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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


How Much Does A Fire Risk Assessment Cost?
How Much Does A Fire Risk Assessment Cost?
Category: Fire Regulations
Synopsis: There is no simple answer to how much a risk assessment could cost you. But this article will help you to understand what factors influence cost. That way, you can make an informed decision when hiring an assessor.
Leaking Gas Cylinder Causes Campsite Fire
Leaking Gas Cylinder Causes Campsite Fire
Category: News Report
Synopsis: Campers in Cheshire had to call the fire brigade after their gas cylinder caused a fire to start which threatened a campervan. Take a few easy precautions so your next camping trip isn’t a disaster.
9 Litre Foam Extinguisher With Antifreeze | Still Works In Freezing Temperatures
9 Litre Foam Extinguisher With Antifreeze | Still Works In Freezing Temperatures
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Synopsis: The 9 Litre Foam Extinguisher With Antifreeze is great if you need a foam extinguisher in cold conditions. With added antifreeze you know it will still work in the coldest of temperatures.
Spring Cleaning Time | How To Keep Your Safety Equipment Clean
Spring Cleaning Time | How To Keep Your Safety Equipment Clean
Category: Newsletter archive
Synopsis: Can you smell that? It’s spring in the air. And that means it’s time for the annual big clean. But don’t forget to look after your fire safety equipment as well.
School Fire Safety During Exam Time
School Fire Safety During Exam Time
Category: Fire Regulations
Synopsis: Exam time can have a serious impact on how the next generation shapes their lives. You will not want anything to get in the way of that, so keep on top of fire safety and give them the best chance possible.
Car Fire Leads To Chinese Man Removing His Trousers
Car Fire Leads To Chinese Man Removing His Trousers
Category: News Report
Synopsis: A car fire in China led to man writhing around trying to remove his trousers. Find out how you can prevent your own car from going up in flames, and what should do if it ever does.
A Quick Look At The Chrome 6 Litre Foam Extinguisher
A Quick Look At The Chrome 6 Litre Foam Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Synopsis: A short video showing you all you need to know about the Chrome 6 Litre Foam Extinguisher.

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?

Reply From Fire Protection Online: As long as staff have been trained on what to do in a fire, so routes, exits and and assembly points, random fire drills are a good idea.

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 safe to release in occupied spaces. However Russian regulations require Frigane protection to be...

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) potentially result in hot spots? An Ebay seller complained about me leaving negative comments about the...



 
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