Commercial emergency lighting is often overlooked but it is an essential part of a well-prepared fire safety plan. Learn about the benefits of installing LED emergency lighting in your building!
Evacuating a high-rise building is completely different from evacuating a single-level building. Read our ultimate guide to high-rise building fire evacuation procedures — it could save your life!
Avoid the risk of failing a fire safety inspection! Use these 7 simple checks to make sure your building is up to code and that its occupants are safe!
Mitigate your fire risk! Make sure your fire sprinkler system is properly installed, checked and maintained by a qualified professional, and that the required inspections and testing is carried out and properly documented in line with building fire safety laws.
A well-designed and well-maintained fire sprinkler system is one of the most effective weapons in your business’s fire safety arsenal. It can significantly reduce the damage caused to your property and assets, and can provide staff with more time to safely evacuate the premises.
You probably have at least a couple of items of fire safety equipment in your home. But do you understand the purpose and use of all these pieces of equipment? And what about the pieces of equipment you don't have. Do you need them? Let's take a look at these items of equipment and see if we can answer some of these questions!
Employer and owners of commercial properties are responsible for the appropriate fire safety standards in the workplace. This Fire Safety Checklist is a handy tool used to ensure that all the necessary steps are taken to create a safe workplace and to increase the fire safety awareness between your employees and customers.
Reducing fire hazards in your workplace includes simple steps like switching off or unplugging electrical equipment when not in use, keeping all flammable or combustible materials in a safe place, and never leaving smouldering cigarette butts in the smoking areas. All your employees need to be trained in fire safety procedures and aware of fire risks and hazards.