Fire Safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the risks of fire, including fire regulations, risk assessment and policy. Fire safety measures include passive fire protection intended to prevent the ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts.

Transformers power a wide range of infrastructures, including hospitals, transport hubs and any number of commercial buildings. However, given their importance, any failings can present a major risk to a company’s reputation, continuity and bottom line. 

The Exit Stopper is a unique and highly effective way to prevent unauthorised use of emergency exits and fire doors. It also serves as an inexpensive security device which helps prevent theft.

For workers who spend most of their time out in hazardous situations, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) clothing is an absolute necessity to keep them safe on site.

The tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire highlighted the deep issues faced by social housing in the UK and sparked an outcry of discussion.

Product identification and traceability play a vital role in preventing the loss and misidentification of electrical stock, so don’t dismiss labels as a minor purchase.

It’s common knowledge that the utilisation of smoke alarms helps save lives and homes.

With the rise in smart devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) has started to make its way into homes across the world. Although estimates vary, it is likely that around 17 billion connected devices were being used globally last year and predictions suggest that this figure will grow fourfold by 20

Industry unites to announce start of new trailblazer apprenticeship standard. The fire, emergency and security systems apprenticeship trailblazer has officially launched this week during a major industry event held at the UBM offices in London.

Leaving a hob switched on can prove very costly! At best, a waste of energy, at worst, the unthinkable! But, in between, consider the inconvenience and time wasted for fire crews when an alarm is raised in non-emergency situations.