FM Global Resilience Index

UK Must Improve Fire Safety Over The Next Few Years

Published: 31st May 2019

Nearly two years on from the fire in Grenfell Tower that killed 72 people, the UK is still holding a mid point position in the FM Global Resilience Index despite a commitment to raising quality and enforcement of fire-safety design.

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Latest Fire Prosecutions - April 2019

Published: 30th April 2019

We bring you the latest fire prosecutions from April, 2019, to highlight the importance of fire safety and the legal consequences that can occur when fire safety regulations are breached.

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BBQ Fire

Summer Fire Safety Hints and Tips

Published: 30th April 2019

As the weather heats up we decided to take a look at a few different ways you can keep your barbecues, campfires and other outdoor activities safe and contained.

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Fire Safety Myths - Fact vs Fiction - Vulcan Fire Training

Fire Safety Myths - Fact vs Fiction

Published: 5th March 2019

When it comes to fire safety, it's vital to separate fact from fiction. We know that there are many myths around and whilst most of them are harmless, there are some which could be dangerous if taken seriously.

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Valentine's Day

Be Fire Safe this Valentine’s Day

Published: 5th February 2019

Cooking, candles and romance are just some of the many things we associate with Valentine’s Day. But did you know that cooking equipment and candles are two of the biggest causes of fire in the UK?

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Stay safe this Christmas with our fire safety tips! - Vulcan Fire Training

Stay safe this Christmas with our fire safety tips!

Published: 4th December 2018

Christmas is fast approaching and by now, many of you will be putting up your Christmas tree and decorating your home just in time for the festive season. But, have you thought about how your Christmas tree and decorations could potentially become a fire hazard?

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The Latest Fire Prosecutions - July 2018

Latest Prosecutions July 2018

Published: 31st July 2018

The latest council prosecutions against landlords who have failed to implement the relevant fire safety plans have resulted in hefty fines and prison sentencing.

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