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Fire risk in winter—Is your fire safety plan up to date?

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The winter months can bring an increased fire risk in commercial premises due to the need to keep people and buildings warm. So, if your fire safety plan has not been reviewed and communicated lately, consider making it a priority. Fire safety protocols in the workplace are not only required by law but are crucial […]

Legionella- The Impact on The Care Home Sector

Care Homes - Legionella- The Impact On The Care Home Sector

  A number of society’s demographics are more vulnerable to contracting Legionnaires’ disease than others, and those with a range of underlying health conditions are recognized as being very susceptible. And while observing other illnesses can lead to further clinical complications for those fighting legionella irrespective of age, it’s common knowledge among the medical profession […]

How to Prevent a Legionella Outbreak in your Factory or Warehouse

Warehouse Legionella Outbreak - How To Prevent A Legionella Outbreak In Your Factory Or Warehouse

As with any place of business, directors, duty holders and facility managers in factories and warehouses have a duty of care to their employees and visitors. The Health & Safety Executive’s Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) offers detailed advice on “identifying and assessing sources of risk, preparing a scheme to prevent or control risk, implementing, managing and […]

Thousands of England public buildings breach fire safety regulations

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On June 14th 2017, a fire broke out in the 24-storey Grenfell Tower block of flats in west London, causing 72 deaths and more than 70 injuries. It is considered the deadliest fire in the UK since the Piper Alpha disaster in the North Sea and the worst UK residential fire since the second world […]