Carbon Monoxide – Would Your Building Detect The Silent Killer?

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According to The London Fire Brigade, many people are unaware of the risks posed by carbon monoxide (CO). Only around 15% of people have a CO alarm, compared to 90% of people who have a smoke alarm. What is carbon monoxide? CO is a dangerous and ‘silent killer’ due to it being an odourless and colourless…

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Tower Blocks Fire Safety – Preventing Fire & Protecting Residents

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Fire safety in tower blocks is extremely important as the effects of a fire engulfing multiple floors can be devastating. When the conditions are right and poor quality building materials have been used, that don’t meet building standards, fire can rapidly spread and completely destroy an entire building. This can result in many casualties –…

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What You Need to Know About Residential and Commercial Fire Alarm Systems

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The Fire and Rescue Service are called out to over 600,000 fires which cause over 800 deaths and over 17,000 injuries a year. Installing and maintaining smoke detectors in your property could give you extra time to escape a fire safely. To do this, it is important to understand the differences in fire detector and…

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