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Here's Why Fire Safety Needs to Be a Top Priority in Your Workplace
Here's Why Fire Safety Needs to Be a Top Priority in Your Workplace
Although summer has come and gone, there are still some burning-hot risks hiding in your workplace. Indeed, regardless of the temperature outside, an on-site fire could wreak havoc within your organisation at any time. What’s more, recent government statistics revealed that there has been an increase in fire-related incidents across the UK this past year. 

And the ramifications of...

Don't Let Your Home Go Up in Flames:  Use These House Fire Prevention Tips
Don't Let Your Home Go Up in Flames: Use These House Fire Prevention Tips
While you might be focused on protecting your home from seasonal risks—such as autumn leaves clogging the gutters—recent research revealed that one of the most prevalent household risks is a year-round concern. Indeed, the latest government data found that there has been an increase in fire-related incidents throughout the UK this past year. And a fire in your home could have devastating...

Here's What Your Business Can Learn From the Notre Dame Fire
Here's What Your Business Can Learn From the Notre Dame Fire
As flames engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral this past April, such a tragedy emphasised the grim reality that no building is immune to the costly consequences of a fire. Review these lessons learned from past fire disasters to ensure your organisation is practising proper fire prevention and mitigation methods:

Eliminate common causes - Try to eliminate commonly overlooked causes of fires, such...

Faulty Appliances Cause 60 House Fires a Week
Faulty Appliances Cause 60 House Fires a Week

Learn how you can keep your home safe from faulty, fire-causing appliances.

Washing machines, tumble dryers and fridge-freezers are responsible for more than 60 house fires every week in the United Kingdom, according to a Which? investigation. Faulty washing machines and dryers were found to be the highest risk appliances, causing more than a third of fires.

To protect your home,...

The United Kingdom Ablaze: Fire-related Deaths Increase Significantly
The United Kingdom Ablaze: Fire-related Deaths Increase Significantly
From October 2016 to September 2017, 346 people died in fires, an increase of 93 over the previous year, according to the Home Office. Even if the 71 deaths at Grenfell Tower are excluded, the number of deaths due to fire is still 9 per cent higher than the previous year. What’s more, the number of incidents attended by fire services increased by 3 per cent.
With fire hazards becoming more...