Guides available to Download:...Forming a 'Fire Emergency Plan' (.pdf) or read the associated article here ...Example 'Fire Emergency Plan' (.pdf) ...Duties of 'The Responsible Person' (.pdf) ) or read the associated article here ...Undertaking a Fire Drill (.pdf) ) or read the associated article here ...Evacuation of People with Disabilities (.pdf) ) or read the associated article here ...Fire Training and Management Systems (.pdf) or read the associated article here ...Servicing Routines (.pdf) or read the associated article here ...Liaising with Contractors (.pdf) or read the associated article here
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Kitchen Fire Safety Tips Avoid those kitchen nightmares Kitchen fires account for more than half of all accidental house fires and the majority of fire related injuries. Simple tips to help you avoid a fire starting in your kitchen don’t … Continue reading
ASFP Guidance Notes Use of Polyurethane Foams GENERAL PROPERTIES OF PU FOAMS PU foams are normally expelled from pressurised cans through long nozzles as a sticky liquid which quickly expands by typically 40 times its original volume to form rigid … Continue reading
Farm Fire Safety This article comes from a Canadian Website www.askthefarmer.com. but none the less the comments are just as valid over here. Living on the farm, especially during dry weather that often accompanies harvest, we have to be very … Continue reading
Modern Homes, Faster Fires: 10 Ways To Fireproof Your New Place – This arcticle originated in America but the rules are the same for us in The United Kingdom and Europe. for more information go to: http://www.trulia.com/blog/new-homes-fire-safety-tips/#sthash.evnDC63F.dpuf From updating … Continue reading
New Homes Burn Faster this article is based on the findings of The American Home Furnishings Alliance which supports research into how the materials that are used in home construction today – along with materials used in consumer products today. … Continue reading
Firecall has now merged with Cheltenham company Mainpoint.
Established in 1991, Mainpoint Fire Protection Ltd are award winning specialists in the supply, installation and maintenance of fire protection equipment, fire alarms and emergency lighting to businesses, residents and the public sector. Being a local company based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire we are able to offer you a friendly and professional team of skilled staff in their particular field to provide quality workmanship, first-rate customer service and dependability gaining many prominent clients and hundreds of smaller customers.