The first time fire safety regulations are mentioned in the UK dates back to 1883 following the events of the Victoria Hall Disaster in Sunderland. In this incident more than 180 children died because a door had been locked at the bottom of a stairwell. Shortly after, the British government […]
Commercial & Industrial Security
There are some security elements that can’t be ignored when it comes to your site cabin or site container. These include intruder and fire alarms, emergency lighting, portable fire extinguishers, and systems for managing site access. Whereas all of these things are vital, one often-overlooked security element is the access points.
After considerable research and development, we’re pleased to share our latest product innovation, the knockdown, self-assembly frame for our double steel doors. Our security double doors, high security double doors from our ‘Ultra Door’ range and fire exit double doors will now be supplied with a ‘knockdown frame’, specifically engineered
Preparing for an emergency may feel like a waste of time for busy business owners
If you are setting up a new gym, or are getting your fire safety procedures in order, in your existing premises, it all starts with a fire safety risk assessment.
As the UK property market continues to rise, it is becoming harder and harder for first-time buyers to scale the property ladder. Last year, the average UK property was valued at £186,512
Commercial fire insurance is usually sold in a complete package of business insurance. Depending on your provider, and the kind of premises you’re insuring, costs can vary
Arson remains the largest single cause of fire in England and Wales. According to the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, research estimates that the annual cost of arson to the economy
The fire regulations of England and Wales are slightly different than regulations in Scotland and Northern Ireland.