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New regulations for high-rise buildings will improve fire safety

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service welcomes new planning regulations for high-rise buildings that will come…

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Critical Communications World: registration now open!

Registration has opened for Critical Communications World 2021, taking place at the IFEMA in Madrid,…

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Flame-retardant Henkel adhesives used on industry-first A2 Spandrel panels

Speedpanel, part of the Speedclad group of businesses, has developed a range of insulated composite…

Norwich riverside water throwline training, April 2021.
Learn about water safety – fire crews and partners raise awareness of dangers with public events

Residents and visitors to some of Norfolk’s most scenic waterside spots are invited to find…

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OFR advises fire strategy for historic Scottish castle

A team of fire engineering specialists from OFR Consultants have helped to deliver a fairy-tale…

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Aico revisit LACORS reform

Aico recently facilitated a panel discussion on the LACORS (Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services)…

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Firechief Kitchen Stove Guard smart fire prevention system installed in luxury apartments

Firechief Kitchen Stove Guards have been installed in 246 luxury apartments at One Crown Place,…

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Fire safety through integration

The Covid-19 pandemic has created a completely new environment for building managers and those responsible…

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Taking nuisance fires for granted

Community groups with innovative ideas to help reduce nuisance fires are being offered grants of…

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Pandemic response work of Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service highlighted in report

A report highlighting the work of Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service over the last year…

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