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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


3 Reasons Why You Need A Smoke Alarm In Your House This Winter
3 Reasons Why You Need A Smoke Alarm In Your House This Winter
Category: Newsletter archive
Synopsis: As we hibernate in our homes at winter, the risks of a fire increase as we try to keep warm and cosy. Having smoke alarms installed will alert you quickly should this happen. Here are three reasons to not delay installing and checking yours now.
What Fixed Firefighting Equipment Is Available?
What Fixed Firefighting Equipment Is Available?
Category: Fire Regulations
Synopsis: Fixed firefighting equipment can extinguish a fire before the fire service arrive, or aid them to put out a fire. Read about the different types available, and ensure you fit only what is suitable for the potential risk.
Business Owner Fined For Letting Employees Sleep In Factory
Business Owner Fined For Letting Employees Sleep In Factory
Category: News Report
Synopsis: A Didcot firm has been ordered to pay £14,000 for fire safety breaches. Ensure you’re doing everything possible to protect your employees so the same thing doesn’t happen again.
Make Sure Your Chinese New Year Goes Off With A Bang (For The Right Reasons)
Make Sure Your Chinese New Year Goes Off With A Bang (For The Right Reasons)
Category: Newsletter archive
Synopsis: Chinese New Year is the most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. There are many ways people tend to celebrate at this time, so ensure you’re safe, whichever way you choose to see in a new year.
What Should I Be Doing About Asbestos?
What Should I Be Doing About Asbestos?
Category: Fire Safety
Synopsis: Any building built before 2000 could potentially have asbestos in it. Find out what you should do if you do suspect asbestos, and what your options are.
Register Your Appliances To Prevent Fire
Register Your Appliances To Prevent Fire
Category: News Report
Synopsis: By registering your appliances, you can reveal any hidden dangers which may be in your home. It’s never too much trouble if it could help prevent a fire, or even ensure you can continue washing your family’s clothes.
What Is An Electrical Fire?
What Is An Electrical Fire?
Category: Fire Regulations
Synopsis: Class E fires can easily occur at home or work if you don’t take care of your electrical equipment. It is important to know how to prevent them, and what to do if one breaks out.

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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