Fire Safety Advice for Businesses During COVID-19

As the limits of Covid-19 are removed and modifications are made in your organization, it’s critical that they’re taken into account in your premise Fire Risk Assessment to help manage and mitigate the risk of fire. If your business is reopening, there are...

How to Safely Use Heaters to Prevent Winter Fires

According to NSW Fire & Rescue, 40% of home fires are caused by electrical appliances and faults. During winter, this number increases due to the use of heaters.  Heaters make the cold weather more bearable by keeping the inside of your home warm and cozy....
Avoiding Fines Caused by Unwanted Alarms

Avoiding Fines Caused by Unwanted Alarms

Does your fire alarm go off suddenly even without an actual fire? Did you know that you could get fined due to these unwanted alarms? Unwanted alarms or false alarms happen when smoke detectors go off due to non-emergency reasons, such as smoke from cooking or dirt...
Common Questions About Smoke Alarms

Common Questions About Smoke Alarms

Smoke alarms are life-saving equipment capable of detecting smoke even before you notice the fire. This gives you critical seconds to either control the fire or evacuate. There are different types of smoke alarms and it can be confusing how they operate. So...
The Dangers of Combustible Cladding

The Dangers of Combustible Cladding

The Grenfell Tower fire was started by a malfunctioning fridge-freezer on the fourth floor, which spread rapidly up the building’s exterior, spreading fire and smoke to the other residential floors. The rapid spread of the fire was due to the building’s...