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Churches Fire & Security’s Health & Safety ethosAuthor - Emily WeekesPublish Date - September 26, 2023At Churches Fire & Security our work is centred around our Health & Safety ethos, 'Safety Starts With Me'.Read More >
Churches Fire & Security’s Commitment to the UN’s Sustainable Development GoalsAuthor - Emily WeekesPublish Date - September 5, 2023Churches Fire & Security integrates identified Sustainable Development Goals into ESG commitments.Read More >
Fire Safety Advice for Property ManagersAuthor - Emily WeekesPublish Date - July 6, 2023Property Managers are often responsible for the fire safety of the buildings under their care, as well as protection from fire for the occupants.Read More >
PSTN Switch Off 2025 – How Will It Affect Your Business?Author - Emily WeekesPublish Date - June 9, 2023BT Openreach is in the process of moving all businesses and home customers to a digital network, as it prepares to switch off it's PSTN (public switched telephone network) landlines.Read More >
Fire Safety Services Online Quote BuilderAuthor - Emily WeekesPublish Date - February 21, 2023Use the online quote builder to see how much you could save on your fire safety services.Read More >
Fire Safety (England) Regulations Update 2023Author - Emily WeekesPublish Date - January 30, 2023Updates introduced to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 following the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase 1 Report.Read More >