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Fire Safety in 2021 eBook – Is the industry ready to embrace systemic change in building safety?

IFSEC Global has released its Annual Fire Safety Report 2021, keeping you up to date with the biggest stories of the year, including new legislation, improving building safety culture post-Grenfell and the importance of third-party certification in fire door safety. Read More

Three-quarters of fire doors in recent years have failed inspection

Thousands of fire safety installations in the past two years have failed their inspections, according to the Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS). Read More

Landlord receives £50,000 fine for fire safety breaches in converted house

A landlord has been handed a suspended prison sentence and a fine of £50,000 for fire safety breaches. Read More

‘COVID-19 controls increasing fire risks at work’, warns safety expert

Controls to limit the risks of COVID-19 transmission are having an impact on the management of workplace fire risks, according to a firefighter and safety trainer. Read More

Fire Door Safety Week 2020

Fire Door Safety Week was first launched in 2013, in response to a legacy of fire door neglect. It returns once more for its seventh year in 2020, highlighting research undertaken into the state of fire door maintenance, inspection and replacements across local authority owned and managed housing in the UK Read More

Government proposes fire door checks every quarter

The upcoming fire safety bill is set to stipulate that fire doors in all blocks of flats will need to be checked every three months. Read More

WATCH: The hard-hitting video launched for Fire Door Safety Week 2019

Imagine you live in a block of flats. film below implores responsible persons to act now and replace faulty fire doors without delay. Read More

Three quarters of tenants would not follow stay put advice during a fire

The research also found that 39% of tenants lacked confidence in their building’s ability to stop the spread of smoke and fire. Read More

Majority of renters ‘left in dark’ on basic fire safety measures

New research has shown the majority of tenants still feel unsure of building procedures when it comes to fire safety. Read More

Is the Responsible Person playing with fire?

Ten years since The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order took effect from 1 October 2006 in England and Wales, campaigners Read More



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