Federation launches national blueprint for fire safety

Working with industry leaders, the Fire Sector Federation has launched an initiative calling for wider discussion to create a national fire safety strategy, which goes beyond current legislative proposals, to comprehensively address measures to mitigate fire risk in the UK.…

Legislative change is only the first step to a fire-safe future

Opening a consultation on ‘Reforming our Fire and Rescue Service’ notably has coincided with new measures surrounding fire safety. Change, encompassed by the Fire Safety Act 2021 and the Building Safety Act 2022, where the FSA provides amendments to the…

Will the Building Safety Bill help deliver competence?

Over the coming months we will see the much-anticipated new building-safety regime become law as the Building Safety Bill receives royal assent. A major change of this kind to the current regime will require appropriate understanding and implementation of safety…

Putting fire safety back in the spotlight

Fire can impact anyone and yet few people see it as an immediate threat, holding on to the hope it could never happen to them. This complacency is a danger in itself, but the problem has been made even more…

Grenfell two years on

I have always felt that only lazy journalists and broadcasters relied on anniversaries for inspiration but in the case of the Grenfell Tower fire, the second anniversary of this horrific incident is probably a good time to reflect on what…

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