Fire safety equipment is found in every industry, providing fundamental protection should a fire start. Extinguishers and fire doors are two vital pieces of apparatus that require regular inspection.
No matter the product or material being manufactured, warehouses and factories must take the necessary steps to ensure fire safety precautions are in place.
Following the announcement that Churches Fire has partnered with Bolster Systems, we are sharing a demonstration of the app.
As part of our continuous improvement, Churches Fire has implemented the use of Bolster Systems for our visual fire door inspections.
In order to provide the highest quality service to our customers, many Churches Fire technicians are qualified in several fire safety disciplines.
Fire Door Safety Week was introduced in 2013 by the British Woodworking Federation (BWF), the BWF Fire Door Alliance (an evolution of the BWF CERTIFIRE Scheme) and the Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS).
In thousands of shops, schools, care homes, apartments, factories and offices across the UK, fire doors are in daily operation.
Fire doors are one of the most significant fire safety features you’ll see in a building, acting as a physical barrier between fire and smoke, and those in the area.
One of the greatest risks to health associated with fire is the damage caused by smoke. Managing a care home facility carries the duty of ensuring standards relating to fire are met and procedures understood.