Fire Safety Enforcement Notices – What do you need to do?
February 27, 2024
SHP hears from Hannah Eales, Partner at legal firm Kingsley Napley, who provides an overview of fire safety notices, what they are and what happens if not complied with. Read More
Equestrian yard owner fined for fire safety breaches
January 29, 2024
An equestrian yard owner in Bicester has been fined £5000 for fire safety breaches in their staff accommodation. The equestrian Read More
How to safely use and store lithium-ion batteries in the workplace
January 26, 2024
Here, fire safety experts from SOCOTEC discuss how to safely use and store lithium-ion batteries to protect the safety of your people and your workplace. Read More
All fired up – but where do we go?
September 14, 2023
In our regular legal column from Eversheds Sutherland, we hear from Catherine Henney and Charlotte Wood who explore the fire safety legal framework and guidance. Read More
Hot spots: fire hazards multiply to threaten construction sites
June 26, 2023
While UK construction output witnessed a decline in the year of and following the Covid pandemic, construction fires in the Read More
The Building Safety Act 2022: ‘Accountable Persons’ and ‘Principle Accountable Persons’ – What do these terms mean?
April 17, 2023
Here, the fire safety legal team at Addleshaw Goddard considers what exactly is meant by these terms and the duties required from each position. Read More
Cheshire hotelier fined £5,000 and sentenced to 12 months in prison after fire safety breaches
July 20, 2022
The owner of the Main Top Hotel on Mersey Road in West Bank, Widnes, has been sentenced after pleading guilty to nine breaches of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Read More