27Jun2016

Nightclub owner fined for fire safety failings

A NIGHTCLUB owner has been ordered to pay over £8,000 after failing to respond to information requests by South Wales Fire and Rescue Service according to southwalesargus. District Judge Stephen Harmes found nightclub owner Nathan Jones guilty of two charges of ignoring fire service requests to complete safety investigations at the Vanilla Bar in Blackwood,
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14Jun2016

Chichester restaurant fined thousands for breaching fire safety laws

A Chichester restaurant has been fined thousands of pounds after being prosecuted for breaching fire safety laws according to Chichester Observer. The Wildwood restaurant chain plead guilty to four charges under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 following a fire safety inspection last month, after a complaint from a member of the public. The
  • 14 Jun, 2016
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13Jun2016

Milton Keynes guest house owner fined nearly £25000 for fire safety breaches

A Milton Keynes guest house owner has been fined nearly £25,000 for serious breaches of fire safety regulations according to onemk.co.uk Ms Nicole Harris, owner and responsible person of a house providing letting accommodation at 2 Titchmarsh Court, Oldbrook, appeared before Milton Keynes Magistrates Court for sentencing on Monday (June 6), and has been ordered
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25May2016

Fire safety and HMOs

An HMO is a House in Multiple Occupation; a property being shared by a minimum of three tenants that are not related to one another. All HMOs have to abide by the rules of the Housing Act 2004. The property needs to be properly managed and safe of course, and there are a number of
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23May2016

Property management companies and fire safety

Property management companies tend to deal with a great variety of different building types, which have very different shapes, sizes and fire risks. The risk of fire in an apartment building is clearly very different to that in a school or a managed office block, and so the fire management procedures will be equally diverse.
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20May2016

Student behaviour increases fire risks

The great majority of students at university regularly engage in activities that create a risk of fire in university halls or other forms of student accommodation, according to public insurance company Zurich Municipal, which has based its conclusions on research taken from a student panel via the National Union of Students Research Services. As many
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25Apr2016

Fire Service appeal to parents after multiple fires

A massive rise in fires that have been deliberately lit over the course of the Easter holidays has resulted in a plea being made to parents and guardians by the Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service. East Staffordshire witnessed an increase of a staggering 278 percent in relation to bin, grass and rubbish fires lit over
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21Apr2016

Evacuation and Rescues Follow London Hotel Fire

Hundreds of people had to be evacuated in London late on Friday 15th April after a fire broke out in a hotel, while three men had to be rescued and required treatment after becoming trapped in the blaze. Guests and staff at the Pembridge Palace Hotel in Bayswater in West London saw scores of firefighters
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21Apr2016

Fire safety tips in student accommodation

If you are living, or are going to be moving to student accommodation, then it’s important to be aware of fire safety advice. No one wants to think that they will ever be in a fire, but if you ever find yourself in such a situation being aware of such pieces of advice could save
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16Apr2016

Trader sold 100 mattresses that didn’t meet fire safety standards

A TRADER who sold more than 100 mattresses that failed fire safety standards has been spared an immediate jail sentence according to Bournemouth Echo. Patrick Furlong, of Portchester Road in Bournemouth, was found guilty by magistrates of supplying two mattresses and possessing 213 mattresses for sale which did not meet the requirements of the British
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30Mar2016

Operator of fire-hit care home fined £400,000 for putting residents’ lives at risk

The operators of a Wearside care home have been left with a £400,000 bill for five breaches of fire safety regulations, uncovered after a blaze in a resident’s bedroom. Shaftesbury Care Group Ltd, which runs Donwell House Care Home in Washington, was fined £380,000, plus costs of £29,222, at Newcastle Crown Court on Tuesday. It
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24Feb2016

JOINT POLICE AND FIRE POSTS CREATED IN DEVON

Police community support officers in Devon are doubling up as retained firefighters as part of a new trial. The initiative aims to reduce costs for Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service (DSFRS) while also improving public safety according to Fire Risk Management Journal. Police community support officers (PCSOs) are being trained to operate as retained
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24Feb2016

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service to scale back cuts plans

But job losses still on the cards says service. More than 200 firefighters could lose their jobs despite revised budget cut proposals according to BBC.co.uk. Last year, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service announced plans to save £5m by 2020 and cut more than 300 posts in a bid to tackle its £12m deficit. But after
  • 24 Feb, 2016
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09Feb2016

What are the responsibilities of a landlord when it comes to fire safety?

Landlords have very stringent codes that they need to legally adhere to when making a property safe for its occupants. Fire safety is obviously one of these, so what does a landlord have to do to tick all of these boxes? Having a proper fire risk assessment done by a professional would be key in
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09Feb2016

Museums and libraries – How to protect artefacts against fire damage.

Our museums and libraries house an abundant amount of cultural heritage that is irreplaceable. Safeguarding these valuables is a top priority for any curator or owner. The damage that fire and smoke can cause to historic artefacts can be detrimental and with the use of highly volatile fluids that are used in conservation, fire risk
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09Feb2016

Furniture and furnishings in rented properties – what are the fire risks?

Fire regulations for furniture and furnishings in rented properties are strict. Landlords have what is known as a ‘common law’ duty to ensure that their property is kept hazard free for the health, safety and wellbeing of their tenants. Smoke alarms, fire detection devices, carbon monoxide alarms, fire blankets and extinguishers should be made available
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03Feb2016

Fires in historic premises – the importance of fire risk assessments

The government have recently commissioned reports that enquire into how major fires in historic buildings start. The key to a successful solution is in a comprehensive fire risk assessment that identifies the danger to both the life of its occupants and the property. Obviously every historic building is different and would need to undertake its
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02Feb2016

Fatal high rise fire should be ‘wake up call’ says Judge

Housing manager Lewisham Homes has been fined £40,000 and ordered to pay £23,407 prosecution costs for breaking fire safety laws following a fatal fire in a Deptford tower block in which two women died according to London Fire Brigade. Lewisham Homes were sentenced at Woolwich Crown Court on Friday (29 January) after pleading guilty at an earlier
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01Feb2016

Leaseholder of ‘fire trap’ pub receives 16 month suspended sentence

The former leaseholder of a Walworth public house has received a 16 month suspended prison sentence for breaking fire safety laws following a successful prosecution by London Fire Brigade. At a sentencing hearing at Inner London Crown Court on Monday (25  January), Michael Carolan, of Nunhead admitted seven offences under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety)
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01Feb2016

Derbyshire businessman fined £1,000 for ‘serious’ fire safety crimes

A stark warning has been issued after a businessman was convicted of ‘serious’ fire safety crimes according to Chad.co.uk. Following a trial, John Cashin was found guilty of five offences relating to premises on Church Drive in Shirebrook and fined £1,000. Cashin, 46, of Over Lane, Baslow, rented the property from its owner and then
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18Jan2016

Address hotel fire sprinklers ‘ran out after 15 minutes’

The emergency sprinkler systems at The Address Downtown Dubai hotel ran out of water 15 minutes after the fire broke out on New Year’s Eve, it has been claimed. An official from Dubai Civil Defence (DCD) has revealed the huge fire put undue pressure on the fire safety systems and meant the water supply ran
  • 18 Jan, 2016
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08Jan2016

Huge fire engulfs Dubai skyscraper

On New Years Eve when most people were beginning their celebrations and Dubai was preparing for its amazing fire work display a fire started and quickly decimated the 63 storey The Address Hotel. The cause is as yet unknown but industry experts are saying that the widespread use of aluminium composite cladding could be at
  • 8 Jan, 2016
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22Dec2015

Thousands of historic buildings across the country are vulnerable to fire, say experts

Heritage buildings across England are at risk of burning down because their owners are blocking attempts to install “unsightly” fire prevention methods, experts have warned according to The Daily Telegraph. A “misplaced” fear among conservationists and architects that such measures will ruin the character of the building has left hundreds of thousands of historic buildings
  • 22 Dec, 2015
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20Dec2015

Landlord fined over fire safety breaches

A LANDLORD who put tenants in danger by failing to provide adequate fire precautions has been left to pay almost £4,000 following successful prosecution according to Reading Chronicle. Samuel Odueken admitted to a total of four safety breaches for the shared home in West Reading which he managed as a house of multiple occupancy. The charges
  • 20 Dec, 2015
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20Dec2015

People don’t behave the way you expect when hearing a fire alarm

This video is a great example of what can happen when a fire alarm sounds, how many minutes pass by before there is a reaction? Is it an appropriate reaction? Or does the evacuation really need the support of a member of staff? Does your fire procedure take into account the needs of members of
  • 20 Dec, 2015
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20Dec2015

Why are students seven times more likely to have a fire?

Earlier this month, a fire ripped through student flats in Bristol where around 120 students lived. More than 40 firefighters tackled the blaze as it took hold of the building and completely destroyed the roof. No students were harmed, but all have had to be rehoused according to Means of Escape. The fire is believed
  • 20 Dec, 2015
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18Dec2015

Hoverboard Fire Safety: Amazon Tells Brits To Bin Them, 12 Investigations In US

Finding the must-have Christmas present of 2015 may soon be impossible, but not because it’s sold out. The hoverboard, or self-balancing scooter, is at the centre of a dozen fire investigations by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), and in the U.K., hoverboards have been held at customs for safety reasons. according to International
  • 18 Dec, 2015
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13Dec2015

Arson probe finds fire safety breaches

A resident fleeing a blaze in a block of flats was forced to run past the flames to escape, due to fire safety breaches that left her unable to get out any other way, a court has heard according to Lancashire Evening Post. Another man who escaped a ground floor flat was almost struck by
  • 13 Dec, 2015
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08Dec2015

What are the fire risks as an hotelier?

Working in the Hotel and Bed and Breakfast industry has an exhaustive amount of fire risks attached to it. Making sure that your establishment is safe for your guests and staff is paramount from a legal and moral perspective. A suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment must be conducted on all sleeping accommodation in England
  • 8 Dec, 2015
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08Dec2015

Fire risks in commercial buildings – what to look for in a fire risk assessment

Implementing a fire risk assessment is essential for the health and safety of not only your workforce but the safety of the building and its surrounding environment. Whether your company has 5 or 500 employees an assessment should be taken out by the Duty Holder. Although the Duty Holder of the premises can carry out
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30Nov2015

Fire Safety in your kitchen

Understanding the importance of what a fire hazard is will save lives. Therefore fire prevention should be a top priority in your home. Cooking and kitchen equipment is the top cause of house fires. Here is a list of hazards to look out for and how to prevent them causing a fire. It is important
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30Nov2015

Keeping your electrical equipment fire safe

Fire deaths are caused by a variety of dangerous hazards, electrical equipment is a leading cause, damaged wiring, switches, circuits and circuit breakers can all be factors. Here are a few top tips to remember and look out for when keeping your environment fire safe. Make sure any cords that are frayed or loose are
  • 30 Nov, 2015
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30Nov2015

The hazards of Smoking – it’s not just your health at risk

We all know that smoking is bad. Smoking is one of the leading causes of fires in homes. Not only is it detrimental for your physical health but it is also a danger to your home and the safety of those within kit. Fires caused by cigarettes, roll ups, cigars and pipe tobacco cause more
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06Oct2015

Owner of former nightclub ordered to pay £143,952 after breaking fire safety rules

The owner of a former city nightclub must pay almost £144,000 in fines and charges after breaking fire safety rules according to Lincolnshire Echo. Aaron Mellor, 44, failed to comply with fire safety requirements at his Tokyo nightclubs in Lincoln and York. Tokyo in Lincoln was inspected in April 2014, where fire safety officers closed
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06Oct2015

32 storey tower blaze is a call to look at fire safety

While the absence of any reported injuries, let alone deaths, in the Sharjah tower fire has to be welcomed, details that have emerged about the incident make it clear that the outcome could have been much worse. Thursday’s fire in the 32-storey Abdul Naser building on King Faisal Road shows that there are no grounds
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06Oct2015

Longboat Quay: Residents face 4m euro bill over fire safety failings

Residents in an Irish apartment complex are facing a 4m euro (£2.95m) bill or possible evacuation over fire safety failings in their building. About 900 people live in 300 apartments in the Longboat Quay complex in Dublin’s docklands. It was built by developer Bernard McNamara in 2006, with buyers paying as much as 750,000 euro
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01Oct2015

New fire safety measures will help save the lives of tenants

New fire safety measures will help save the lives of tenants and ensure all rented property is equipped with a smoke alarm, Housing Minister Brandon Lewis said today. From today (1 October), landlords will be required by law to install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their properties, under new Government measures coming into force.
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01Oct2015

Badly Wired Buildings and Planes can Cause Fires

The recent news that the cause of the 2013 Ethiopian Airways 787 Heathrow fire was as a result of a short circuit, highlights the importance of carrying out regular electrical checks on all wiring. Never Take Short Cuts with Electricity It’s well known that a badly wired house or office can cause a fire. The
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01Oct2015

Deaths from Fires in the UK are on the Decline

Fire deaths are falling in the UK. Figures published this August by the government show that death as a result of fire is 6% down on last year’s statistics. Improved safety measures and greater awareness about the dangers of fire are the main reasons behind this good news. The Role of the Fire Risk Assessor
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01Oct2015

Fire Safety is Essential for All Landlords

A good landlord should always make sure that the tenant’s safety is paramount. A recent case highlighted by the Fire Industry Association (FIA) revealed that a Leamington landlord was fined £10,744 by Nuneaton magistrates for disregarding fire safety rules and regulations. Never Remove Fire Doors The Fire Service and Warwick District Council took Mr Manjit
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01Oct2015

Store Your Chemicals Safely

The recent news from China about catastrophic warehouse explosions highlights the dangers inherent in the storage of dangerous chemicals. Firefighters have died as a result of the Tianjin explosion, and those fighting the blaze in the city of Zibo have had to deal with the release of toxic chemicals into the atmosphere. Water Can’t be
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30Sep2015

Furniture company fined £7,000 for fire safety breaches at Bury St Edmunds store

Unmaintained fire exits and no suitable fire risk assessment at a Bury St Edmunds furniture store have cost its managing company £7,000 in fines. Direct Furniture Ltd was found in breach of the Fire Safety Order at its retail outlet on Station Hill and ordered to pay the fines today (Thursday). Suffolk Fire and Rescue
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30Sep2015

Reading landlord jailed for persistent breaches of fire safety regulations

A Reading landlord has been jailed for four months for persistent breaches of fire safety regulations according to getreading.co.uk. Ishaq Hussein, a landloard of a house converted into flats in Zinzan Street in Reading, pleaded guilty to 12 charges brought under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. Reading Crown Court heard how Mr Hussein had
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29Sep2015

South Yorkshire firms urged to train staff in fire safety

Fire chiefs in South Yorkshire are urging businesses to train their staff to help avoid fires over Christmas according to The Star.  With firms expected to take on hundreds of temporary staff to work over the festive season, fire chiefs are urging bosses to ensure fire safety training forms part of their inductions before they
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22Sep2015

How not to behave in a fire situation

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14Sep2015

5,000 fires reported at Berkshire businesses in last two years

Businesses in Berkshire are being urged to take extra measures to ensure correct fire safety. The county’s Fire and Rescue service says there were more than 2,000 fires in industrial premises in 2013 to 2014, and over 5,500 in commercial and retail sites and nearly 2,000 fires in educational and health premises according to ITV
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09Sep2015

Torquay luxury apartment company fined for ‘significant’ safety breaches following fire

The owners of an upmarket ‘gated’ spa resort in Torquay have been fined £22,500 after serious fire safety regulation breaches were discovered following a fire last September according to torquayheraldexpress.co.uk. Concerns about the standards of fire safety were raised after a fire at the luxury Grade II-listed building in Lower Warberry Road, on the site of
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18Aug2015

Landlady escapes custody for putting people in ‘extreme danger’

A pub landlady has escaped an immediate jail sentence for putting people in ‘extreme danger’ after it was found she failed to provide adequate fire-safety. Carmel Heathcote, the licensee at The Harrow Inn in Boughton, was ordered to pay out more than £11,622. The case at Nottingham Crown court heard that although Heathcote had a
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15Aug2015

How Cheap Chargers May Prove Deadly

In this digital age, our most loved and trusted gadgets tend to have one thing in common. Whether it’s your phone, your tablet, your laptop or your e-reader, it needs charging on a regular basis. With genuine chargers costing upwards of £30, many people are attracted by cheap generic chargers, which are often available for
  • 15 Aug, 2015
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11Aug2015

Owner of Belper B&B ordered to pay out £24,000

The owner of a Belper bed and breakfast has been ordered to pay out more than £24,000 after breaching fire safety rules according to Belper News. Neil Wayne, owner of Cedars Guest House on Field Lane, pleaded guilty at Derby magistrates’ court to four breaches. A scheduled fire safety audit was carried out in March
  • 11 Aug, 2015
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