Special Report

The BAFE/NAPIT domestic fire safety infographic is available on the BAFE website.
BAFE and NAPIT highlight disturbing failure rates and absence of domestic smoke alarms

In research presented by BAFE and NAPIT, data collated over the last decade (2010/11–2020/21) in…

Join GESA in improving the equipment procurement pipeline! Contact us at support@gesaction.org. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Starting the year strong with GESA’s Equipment Exchange

We all know that Emergency Services departments and communities across the Global South struggle to…

Packexe SMASH laminated to glass using the unique, patented dispensing system. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Beware the imposters!

Several years ago, whilst on holiday, I went to see a Four Tops tribute act.…

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The Fire Standards Board launches the Fire Investigation Fire Standard

The Fire Investigation Fire Standard (FIFS) is the 10th professional fire standard produced by the…

Dave Martin. Head of the Fire Division at WeMaintain discusses the data case for fire supression.
IoT and fire

Industry professionals will be acutely aware of the importance of good information when preventing and…

Last year over 15,000m² of classroom space was damaged due to fire.
Fire in educational premises

A recent study from Zurich Municipal revealed 480 primary and secondary schools endured fires in…

Roger Startin has recently retired from his position as Joint Managing Director of MSA Bristol (formerly Bristol Uniforms) after 40 years with the company.
PPE – the times they are a-changin!

The UK PPE industry often sees personnel changes, through retirement or promotion, but in my…

The legislation applies to many types of buildings including tall buildings.
No compromise for Category 3 Control fire performance cables

As our buildings become ever more complex, the importance of using only approved products which…

Greener future brings new fire safety challenges

The evidence that climate change is real and at times devastating is being played out…

Having all the parts is necessary, but not sufficient, to ensure a specific outcome.
The future of fire safety

Recognising both existing failings in the sector and a rapidly changing world, it seems that…

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