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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


The 5 Minute Guide To The 9 Litre Water Fire Extinguisher
The 5 Minute Guide To The 9 Litre Water Fire Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 26.05.2015 02.46
Synopsis: Here is your quick 5 minute guide to the ever popular 9 Litre Water Fire Extinguisher.
5 Essential Safety Items You Need In Your Car
5 Essential Safety Items You Need In Your Car
Category: Newsletter archive
Posted: 22.05.2015 06.51
Synopsis: Here is our quick list of 5 safety items you need to keep in your car. There are plenty more things you could have in there but we think these are the essentials.
CO2 Extinguisher Overview
CO2 Extinguisher Overview
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 21.05.2015 04.10
Synopsis: Here is a quick video overview of our entire CO2 Fire Extinguisher range.
Find Out More About The 5kg Chrome CO2 Extinguisher
Find Out More About The 5kg Chrome CO2 Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 19.05.2015 03.47
Synopsis: The chrome 5kg CO2 fire extinguisher is made from highly polished lightweight aluminium. Its extremely popular with designers for modern shops and offices or for clean room environments. This is a big extinguisher for big fires.
How Much Does A Fire Extinguisher Service Cost?
How Much Does A Fire Extinguisher Service Cost?
Category: Fire Regulations
Posted: 13.05.2015 04.21
Synopsis: It can be hard to get a straight answer to this question from many companies (but not us, ours are available on our website). I will explain how servicing works from the fire extinguisher industry side to leave you better informed with the correct questions to ask to get the real price.
An Extinguisher With Style: The Chrome 2kg CO2 Extinguisher
An Extinguisher With Style: The Chrome 2kg CO2 Extinguisher
Category: Fire Safety Videos
Posted: 12.05.2015 04.09
Synopsis: The chrome 2kg CO2 fire extinguisher is actually made from highly polished lightweight aluminium and popular for the designer look. Take a look at this short video for more details.
What Is The Difference Between Smoke Seals And Intumescent Strips?
What Is The Difference Between Smoke Seals And Intumescent Strips?
Category: Fire Safety
Posted: 11.05.2015 04.03
Synopsis: A question that comes up every so often is; What Is The Difference Between Smoke Seals And Intumescent Strips? We believe the best products are a combination of both, read on for more information.

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...

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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