Fire Facts

Over twenty-three thousand fires occur in non-domestic buildings in the United Kingdom per year.

Fire Facts

Last year forty-five deaths occurred as a result of office fires and there were around five hundred fire related deaths in the United Kingdom in total.

Fire Facts

You are four times more likely to die in a fire if you don’t have a working fire alarm or smoke alarm.

Fire Facts

The most frequent cause of an office fire is human error or general neglect, due to the correct procedures not being followed.

Fire Facts

Other causes of fire related incidents include arson, electrical faults and flammable or combustible materials.

Fire Facts

Fire extinguishers are highly pressurised containers that can cause serious injury or even death if not used or maintained properly.

Candle Fire Safety Week

In support with Candle Safety Week 2020, we have shared below NFCC's tips on how to safely use candles.Tips on how to use candles safely Never leave a lit candle unattended. If you leave the room, make sure you put out any lit candles and ensure they are completely...

Home Safety Week

This week is NFCC's Home Safety Week 2020. As part of their campaign, the NFCC state “In 20% of accidental dwelling fires in the UK smoke alarms fail to activate. The most common reason was because the fire was outside the alarm's range. So, we ask householders to...

Fire Door Safety Week Friday 25th

Fire Door Safety Week exists to stamp out the legacy of fire door neglect and to educate on the importance of fire door safety. It is important to ensure that all safety measures are in place and are being adhered to for fire safety. Fire doors are no exemption to...

Fire Door Safety Week Thursday 24th

Smoke travels much faster than fire and will usually kill before the actual fire does. In just a few seconds, it can fill a room. The video below demonstrates this, and shows the importance of having a proper fire door that is fit for purpose with all fire and smoke...

Fire Door Safety Week Wednesday 23rd

In relation to the national Fire Door Safety Week, the Fire Door Alliance have put together the below fact sheet - 'Have you been given the right fire safety facts?' - highlighting important fire door safety facts and tips for both landlords, managing agents and...

Candle Fire Safety Week

In support with Candle Safety Week 2020, we have shared below NFCC's tips on how to safely use candles.Tips on how to use candles safely Never leave a lit candle unattended. If you leave the room, make sure you put out any lit candles and ensure they are completely...

Home Safety Week

This week is NFCC's Home Safety Week 2020. As part of their campaign, the NFCC state “In 20% of accidental dwelling fires in the UK smoke alarms fail to activate. The most common reason was because the fire was outside the alarm's range. So, we ask householders to...

Fire Door Safety Week Friday 25th

Fire Door Safety Week exists to stamp out the legacy of fire door neglect and to educate on the importance of fire door safety. It is important to ensure that all safety measures are in place and are being adhered to for fire safety. Fire doors are no exemption to...

Fire Door Safety Week Thursday 24th

Smoke travels much faster than fire and will usually kill before the actual fire does. In just a few seconds, it can fill a room. The video below demonstrates this, and shows the importance of having a proper fire door that is fit for purpose with all fire and smoke...

Fire Door Safety Week Wednesday 23rd

In relation to the national Fire Door Safety Week, the Fire Door Alliance have put together the below fact sheet - 'Have you been given the right fire safety facts?' - highlighting important fire door safety facts and tips for both landlords, managing agents and...

Business Safety Week Sunday 13th

This week is NFCC Business Safety Week. It's been a challenging time during the Coronavirus pandemic, but fire safety law still applies. Follow #BusinessSafety2020 on twitter for advice on staying compliant and safe. It is important to ensure you have adequate...

Business Safety Week 7th -13th September 2020

What is Business Safety Week? Business safety week is an opportunity for the NFCC supported by fire and rescue services to make small and medium sized businesses aware of their fire safety responsibilities in the workplace. It is a chance to let these businesses know...

Burglar jailed after stealing over £1000 worth of goods caught on CCTV

Burglar jailed after stealing over £1000 worth of goods caught on CCTV A 43 year old man and an unidentified woman entered a flat in Harold Wilson Court, Southgate on the 8th June and proceeded to steal over £1000 worth of goods. Located on the sixth floor of the...

12 Days of Christmas 2019

On the first day of Christmas, Logic said to me... Check the lights around your Christmas tree! Make sure all your christmas electricals are kite marked with a British Safety Standard sign. via GIPHYOn the second day of Christmas, hear Logic shout... In the event of a...

Candle Fire Safety Week

In support with Candle Safety Week 2020, we have shared below NFCC's tips on how to safely use candles.Tips on how to use candles safely Never leave a lit candle unattended. If you leave the room, make sure you put out any lit candles and ensure they are completely...

Home Safety Week

This week is NFCC's Home Safety Week 2020. As part of their campaign, the NFCC state “In 20% of accidental dwelling fires in the UK smoke alarms fail to activate. The most common reason was because the fire was outside the alarm's range. So, we ask householders to...

Fire Door Safety Week Friday 25th

Fire Door Safety Week exists to stamp out the legacy of fire door neglect and to educate on the importance of fire door safety. It is important to ensure that all safety measures are in place and are being adhered to for fire safety. Fire doors are no exemption to...

Fire Door Safety Week Thursday 24th

Smoke travels much faster than fire and will usually kill before the actual fire does. In just a few seconds, it can fill a room. The video below demonstrates this, and shows the importance of having a proper fire door that is fit for purpose with all fire and smoke...

Fire Door Safety Week Wednesday 23rd

In relation to the national Fire Door Safety Week, the Fire Door Alliance have put together the below fact sheet - 'Have you been given the right fire safety facts?' - highlighting important fire door safety facts and tips for both landlords, managing agents and...

Candle Fire Safety Week

In support with Candle Safety Week 2020, we have shared below NFCC's tips on how to safely use candles.Tips on how to use candles safely Never leave a lit candle unattended. If you leave the room, make sure you put out any lit candles and ensure they are completely...

Home Safety Week

This week is NFCC's Home Safety Week 2020. As part of their campaign, the NFCC state “In 20% of accidental dwelling fires in the UK smoke alarms fail to activate. The most common reason was because the fire was outside the alarm's range. So, we ask householders to...

Fire Door Safety Week Friday 25th

Fire Door Safety Week exists to stamp out the legacy of fire door neglect and to educate on the importance of fire door safety. It is important to ensure that all safety measures are in place and are being adhered to for fire safety. Fire doors are no exemption to...

Fire Door Safety Week Thursday 24th

Smoke travels much faster than fire and will usually kill before the actual fire does. In just a few seconds, it can fill a room. The video below demonstrates this, and shows the importance of having a proper fire door that is fit for purpose with all fire and smoke...

Fire Door Safety Week Wednesday 23rd

In relation to the national Fire Door Safety Week, the Fire Door Alliance have put together the below fact sheet - 'Have you been given the right fire safety facts?' - highlighting important fire door safety facts and tips for both landlords, managing agents and...

Business Safety Week Sunday 13th

This week is NFCC Business Safety Week. It's been a challenging time during the Coronavirus pandemic, but fire safety law still applies. Follow #BusinessSafety2020 on twitter for advice on staying compliant and safe. It is important to ensure you have adequate...

Business Safety Week 7th -13th September 2020

What is Business Safety Week? Business safety week is an opportunity for the NFCC supported by fire and rescue services to make small and medium sized businesses aware of their fire safety responsibilities in the workplace. It is a chance to let these businesses know...

Burglar jailed after stealing over £1000 worth of goods caught on CCTV

Burglar jailed after stealing over £1000 worth of goods caught on CCTV A 43 year old man and an unidentified woman entered a flat in Harold Wilson Court, Southgate on the 8th June and proceeded to steal over £1000 worth of goods. Located on the sixth floor of the...

12 Days of Christmas 2019

On the first day of Christmas, Logic said to me... Check the lights around your Christmas tree! Make sure all your christmas electricals are kite marked with a British Safety Standard sign. via GIPHYOn the second day of Christmas, hear Logic shout... In the event of a...

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