Dinner in a Death Trap: Bath Restaurant tells a Cautionary Tale

October 11, 2017 By In Fire Safety Comments Off on Dinner in a Death Trap: Bath Restaurant tells a Cautionary Tale

Commercial premises are rightly under many legal obligations when it comes to the safety of the public, no less so than restaurants, where multiple sources of open flames could lead to a rapidly spreading fire. When businesses fail in fulfilling their responsibilities, it is right that they are taken to task by the law –

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Fire Doors – Would Yours Fail in the Event of a Fire?

October 1, 2017 By In Fire Doors Comments Off on Fire Doors – Would Yours Fail in the Event of a Fire?

Fire doors… in the UK they’re a legal requirement for many public premises and businesses and each and every year there are 3 million new fire doors purchased and installed. So commonplace are they that you likely walk through them without even considering the life-saving role they could one day play.

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A Lesson for Landlords who place Profit over Tenant Safety

September 27, 2017 By In Fire Safety Comments Off on A Lesson for Landlords who place Profit over Tenant Safety

Kay Godtschalk – A Lesson for Landlords who place Profit over Tenant Safety UK tenants enjoy some of the toughest protections in the world, not least of which are the rules and regulations that surround the safety of rented accommodation. Yet all too often there’s a vast difference between the legal obligations of landlords and

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