Our UK fire safety laws are far from straightforward and not getting it right can land you with a fine.
It’s the time of year we fill our homes, offices, hotels and shops with a profusion of flammable toxifying plastics, paper boxes concealing wonderful presents all wrapped up under a dry tree ready to light your room in all the wrong ways.
Round-up of recent Fire Safety court cases The former owner of a care home in Cheshire was given a 12-month suspended prison sentence, ordered to carry out 200 hours of community service and pay costs of £68,362, for three breaches of the RRFSO following a fire. The joint owners of a Liverpool care home were
The Osborne Hotel in Torquay has just completed the installation of two new Ansul kitchen fire supression systems in the Langtrys Restaurant and Brasserie kitchens. These were designed, supplied, installed and commissioned by Argos Fire Protection Ltd. Carlos Rios (Hotel Deputy Manager) said “We are always seeking to make our hotels as safe as possible
Fires are destructive in nature; any business or property owner will want to do whatever they can to prevent and protect against fire. But where do you start when it comes to fire protection? In today’s blog we’re going to outline the three main components to reducing the risk and the spread of fire: fire