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Create a safer working environment with these three vital steps

Over the last two years, 5.5 million working days have been lost due to non-fatal…

Reliable even under harsh conditions

New series of single-gas monitors by Dräger With Pac 6000, 6500, 8000 and 8500, Dräger…

More than 170 emergency services workers fight huge thatch blaze

Firefighters have been praised for saving a picturesque hotel after a huge thatch fire threatened…

Going above and beyond will save lives

Already leading the way for improved home safety, Scotland is to amend a 30-year-old law in order to increase protection levels in all properties across the country. Adrian Keats, from Honeywell’s Home Safety business, is reminding installers throughout the UK of the importance of ensuring homeowners are adequately protected in their homes.

Life safety systems’ manufacturer Kentec appoints new Managing Director to drive company’s growth

Kentec, a leading life safety control systems manufacturer, has appointed Kevin Swann as its new…

‘Factory-prepared doorsets are the way forward’: DHF reacts following police investigation into Grenfell

DHF (Door & Hardware Federation) has re-issued its call for the use of factory-prepared doorsets…

Understand, prevent, prepare and tackle – the four vital steps to protect your business from a fire

Fire and rescue services (FRS) attended 566,572 incidents in the year ending September 2017 –…

IFEDA backing The Fire Safety Event 2018

The Fire Safety Event 2018 | 10 – 12 April 2018, The NEC, Birmingham www.firesafetyevents.com…

Marlowe plc announce the launch of Marlowe Fire & Security

After 2 years and 16 acquisitions since they began their journey into the Compliance and…

PBI Introduces Lightweight Protective Fabric

A development partnership between PBI and Heathcoat Fabrics has created a new lightweight protective fabric…

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