Xmas Tree

Christmas Tree Safety Tips

The festive period brings happiness and joy to millions across the world, but our favourite Christmas traditions — be it trees, meals or decorations —...

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Fire Safety Signage

Correctly installing and displaying fire safety signs is one of the few mandatory protocols for every business across the UK. In fact, not only does every...

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Bonfire

Remember remember the 5th of November.

Alongside Guy Fawkes’ thwarted gunpowder plot, the 5th November is remembered largely for the host of celebrations and events that take place in...

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Lit up Pumpkin

Halloween Fire Safety Tips

Halloween is fast approaching, and while it’s a fantastic occasion to see your little ones all dressed up, it’s also important to be cautious of potential...

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Barbecue

Holiday park fire safety prevention

As a heatwave hits the UK, Britons across the country flock to holiday parks to make the most of the likely short-lived sunny weather. Holiday parks can be...

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Common Fire Hazards We Often Forget About at Home

We’re often so relaxed at home that it can be easy forget about potential fire risks. However, there are perhaps more of them at home than anywhere else....

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How to Clean Up Soot Stains

Soot damage can be quite common after a fire, and removing it isn’t always the easiest job in the world. Soot is a black, powdery or flaky substance that...

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The Steps to Take After a Fire Has Occurred

Given the disastrous nature of fires, most articles tend to focus on methods of prevention. While these preventative methods are extremely important to...

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Why is it Important to Maintain a Fire Extinguisher?

As a business owner, it can be easy to forget about your fire extinguishers until it’s time to use them. However, if not properly maintained, you could be...

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How to Clean up After a Foam Fire Extinguisher

No one wants to have to use a fire extinguisher, primarily because a) it means there has been a fire, and b) it’s your job to put it out. However, if...

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