Category Archive: Fire Safety & Fire Marshall Training

Blaze at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium

Four fire engines and around 20 firefighters were called to a kitchen fire at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium in the early hours. Watch manager Surjit Singh, who was in charge of the incident, said: “A fire alarm alerted a couple of security guards to the fire who went to investigate. Initially they attempted to deal with […]

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Blaze breaks out at fire station

Fire fighters had to respond to a fire at one of their own fire stations recently. Crews were called to the part-time fire station in Londonderry after a smoke alarm alerted a local retained firefighter. Crews quickly dealt with the fire

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Serious fire-safety breaches cost Asda

National food retailer Asda Stores Limited has been ordered to pay more than £55,000 in fines and costs for committing serious fire-safety breaches at a store in Berkshire. Appearing at Reading Crown Court the firm pleaded guilty to two charges brought under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The case had received an earlier […]

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Health and safety important for fire departments

Every year there is an International Fire/EMS safety and health week. 

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An employers guide to complying with Fire Safety

My name is Mitchell Winter and for my sins I am head of Practice here at Winter & Company Health & Safety, I receive a steady stream of enquiries asking for advice and assistance in matters of Fire Safety, bearing in mind that Fire Certificates are now null and void and that Fire safety is […]

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