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“Walk, Don’t Run”: The History Of Fire Exit Signs

Fire exit signs and other illuminated emergency exit signs are essential fire safety measures for all buildings. Their job is to inform occupants where to go in the event of a fire, allowing them to escape in a calm and orderly fashion. All fire safety signs must be lit with emergency lighting, ensuring that they’re … Continued

How To (Correctly) Use A Fire Extinguisher

Whether purchased or for rental, fire extinguishers are a legal requirement for all properties. They are fire suppression systems that require a trained employee to ensure that they’re to regulation. Through fire extinguisher companies, such as EK Fire Protection, you can ensure that all fire suppressions are fully operational and that employee safety knowledge is … Continued

A Short Guide To Nurse Call Systems

If you operate a care facility for the unwell or elderly, installing nurse call systems can be a simple and effective way to ensure the safety of your patients. Whether a cord or a nurse call button, a nurse call system allows vulnerable patients to remotely get help from healthcare staff with ease. When the … Continued

Five of the Most Devastating Fires in British History

While safety precautions have become a lot more stringent over the past few decades, Great Britain has witnessed some catastrophic fires throughout the course of history. From the Great Fire of London to the Grenfell tragedy, read on to learn more about some of these devastating fires. The Great Fire of London The Great Fire … Continued

Seven Reasons Why Your Smoke Alarm is Malfunctioning

While you may believe your smoke alarm is consistently going off for no reason, there are many factors that could be behind the issue. Read on to find out why your smoke alarm might be malfunctioning. Smoke detector placement It doesn’t take a lot of smoke to trigger the alarm and if your smoke detector … Continued

Why Are Fire Safety Risk Assessments So Important?

If you’re deemed a ‘responsible person’, it’s your job to manage the fire safety of your business. Fire safety risk assessments help you understand where the threats and risks are and what you can do to avoid falling victim to fire. Read on to discover your fire safety responsibilities and understand how fire risk assessments … Continued

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