Churches Fire is supporting all businesses with free online fire safety training for staff.
A working fire alarm system alerts those in the building to the presence of a fire. However when the premises unattended or temporarily closed, the alarm can go unheard. With a fire alarm monitoring system in place, an alert can be automatically sent to the fire and rescue services via an alarm receiving centre (ARC).
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.
Whether a businesses is closed for the day, the weekend or the length of the festive period, it's important to know that should a fire alarm be activated, it will be noticed and dealt with quickly to minimise any fire damage.
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 businesses across the United Kingdom, from shopping centres and hotels to care homes and student accommodation, there is a legal duty to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
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.
Fire safety signs are an essential part of fire protection, keeping individuals informed on emergency evacuation and safety procedures in a building.