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A review of fire safety risk by Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant has led to the installation of an ANSUL® R-102 commercial kitchen fire suppression system.
Every business owner, premises owner, landlord, director or manager must have a 'responsible person' - someone who is in charge of fire safety. It is this person that needs to ensure that a fire risk assessment is carried out.
A fire risk assessment is a process that involves a competent individual carrying out a systematic evaluation of commercial premises to assess the risk of fire, the likelihood that a fire could break out, and the consequences should a fire occur.
A guide to BS 5839 Part 1 : 2017 - the code of practice as defined by British Standards which applies to the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire alarm systems in non-domestic premises.
Article describing how to approach the specification of the 'best' fire alarm systems for schools to ensure people, processes and property are protected.
As BAFE approved installer, Tecserv UK lists the British Standards Relating to Fire Alarms.
Tecserv UK offers its top ten tips for fire safety for pupils and staff whilst on campus in schools, colleges and universities.
Based on our experience of carrying out the installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems within leading retailers such as Harvey Nichols, Fortnum & Mason and M&S Simply Food, Tecserv lists ten tips for fire safety in retail.
If you have been given the responsibility for fire safety within your organisation you are probably keen to understand how to do a fire risk assessment.
People new to the industry or to the role of 'The responsible Individual" appreciate simple guides and explanations. This basic guide to fire alarms and fire alarm installation is a simple but basic explanation of the key terms.