Be safe this Christmas

Don’t forget to train your Christmas staff It’s important to remember in the festive season that you will have an influx of new employees to help you through the busy period. When training in all the usual working practices, you also need to consider Fire safety. How they can help prevent a fire, as well

Fire Wardens for Student Accommodation blocks?

Should all Student Housing blocks have Fire Wardens? The recent fire at Boltons ‘Cube’ Student block has raised many questions about blocks of accommodation. One of them should be: With the saving of lives, by the quick action of the Student Fire Wardens in the block – should it be a requirement for all Student

North Yorkshire buildings need better Fire safety

‘More than a third of buildings fail to meet Fire safety standards’ This was the finding of an audit carried out by North Yorkshire Fire Service. 38% of 1100 public buildings checked, including Care Homes/Hospitals/Schools and shops, were unsatisfactory. https://www.strayfm.com/news/local-news/2969232/fire-safety-fears-for-north-yorks-buildings/ Does your premises need assessing? We carry out over 200 assessments a month for all

When should you raise the Alarm?

Raising the Alarm can be a daunting moment. You don’t want to make a fuss and be wrong. However can you afford to delay?  How do you know? We provide basic online Fire Safety awareness training for anyone who had a Fire Risk Assessment carried out by ourselves. In this training we cover when to

Is your business safe?

It’s #Businesssafetyweek ! Another reminder that as a business owner with employees, you have responsibilities to keep them safe. As well as your visitors and contractors, entering your business premises. The National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) is running the campaign from 9th – 15th September. Fire and Rescue Services will be making businesses aware of

Fire Risk Assessments: how often must they be done?

There are no specific time periods in law for how often fire risk assessments must be done or reviewed. The law simply says that the person responsible for the assessment in your building must review it ‘regularly’ to make sure it’s up to date. They must review it if: there’s reason to think it’s no

How five Leeds renters triumphed over their landlord and went viral

Generation Rent: ‘I took my landlord to court and won £15,000’ How five Leeds renters triumphed over their landlord and went viral (From the BBC Three website) Moya Lothian-McLean18 April 2019 Ben Leonard, 23, was pretty satisfied with the shared house he found himself renting with his partner and four other friends in May last

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