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  • Testimonials More Testimonials Contact Us Contact Us Water Fire Extinguisher For Class A Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Foam Fire Extinguisher For Class A B Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher For Class A B C E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher For Class B E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher For Class A F Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More We Do not Promise Anything Click for More Details It s not by chance one makes a choice It s by choice one takes a chance So don t take a chance Call 020 84 20 10 40 now and make the right choice Home Fire Extinguishers Fire Blankets Fire Blankets These blankets are unique 3 ply material two layers of woven fibreglass fabric with an inner layer of fire retardant film Compact and practical the attractive one piece available in two sizes 1 1m X 1 1m or 1 7m X 1 7m The essential performance requirement of a fire blanket is to extinguish a fire ignited from cooking oil by eliminating oxygen

    Original URL path: http://www.firedon.co.uk/fire-blankets.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Fire Safety Signs - Firedon - A UK based Fire Extinguisher Supplier
    Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher For Class A F Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More We Do not Promise Anything Click for More Details It s not by chance one makes a choice It s by choice one takes a chance So don t take a chance Call 020 84 20 10 40 now and make the right choice Home Fire Safety Signs Fire Safety Signs Directive 92 58 EEC has been designed to standardise safety signs across Europe Permanent sign boards must be used for signs relating to prohibitions warnings and mandatory requirements the location and identification of emergency escape routes and first aid facilities This directive is implemented in the United Kingdom by the Health Safety Safety Signs Signals Regulations 1996 It is an offense not to have the correct signs in the correct place Employers to use Safety Signs wherever there is a risk that can not be controlled by other means All Safety Sign boards to contain a pictogram as part of their intrinsic design features Signs without a pictogram should only be used to supplement a Sign containing pictogram All Fire Exit Fire Point signs are Plastic

    Original URL path: http://www.firedon.co.uk/fire-safety-signs.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Poster Health Safety Guidance Fire Extinguisher Ratings Accreditation Certificates Safety Questions Answers Offer Our Work Testimonials More Testimonials Contact Us Contact Us Water Fire Extinguisher For Class A Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Foam Fire Extinguisher For Class A B Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher For Class A B C E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher For Class B E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher For Class A F Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More We Do not Promise Anything Click for More Details It s not by chance one makes a choice It s by choice one takes a chance So don t take a chance Call 020 84 20 10 40 now and make the right choice Home Services Our Services Fire Extinguisher Services To provide the best service we practice the 12 point check Check content level or mass as applicable Check striker mechanism as applicable Read More Fire Safety Training General Fire Safety Procedure In Case of Fire Escape If There s a Fire You need to act instantly and

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  • Fire Extinguisher Service and Maintenance - Firedon.co.uk
    Safety Questions Answers Offer Our Work Testimonials More Testimonials Contact Us Contact Us Water Fire Extinguisher For Class A Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Foam Fire Extinguisher For Class A B Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher For Class A B C E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher For Class B E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher For Class A F Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More We Do not Promise Anything Click for More Details It s not by chance one makes a choice It s by choice one takes a chance So don t take a chance Call 020 84 20 10 40 now and make the right choice Home Services Fire Extinguisher Service Fire Extinguisher Services Maintenance To provide the best service we practice the following 12 point check Item Check List Water Foam ABC Powder Carbon Dioxide Wet Chemicals Check Content Level or Mass As Applicable Check striker mechanism as applicable Check Pressure Charge Check For Internal and or External Corrosion Damage Check Hose Diffuser for Wear and Blockage Check Safety

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  • Fire Safety Training and Fire Safety Support
    probably take longer to be answered Speak slowly clearly Give the whole address of your premises including the town Say what is on fire e g two storey house or three storey shop and flats Explain if anyone is trapped and what room they are in if you know The more information the Fire Rescue Service has the quicker it can get to you and act when it gets there Don t go back inside Don t go back inside for anything If there s someone still inside wait for the Fire Rescue to arrive you can tell them about the person and they will be able to find them quicker than you If you disappear inside the building that will slow down the fire fighter s efforts to rescue anyone else missing apart from putting your life in great danger Wait at the assembly Point if one is allocated or far away safe from the building Find somewhere safe to wait i e FIRE ASSEMBLY POINT When the Fire Rescue Service arrives give them as much information as possible about the fire and the building Escape If your escape Route is Blocked When the fire is between you and your escape route you have to react in a different way Use a Fire Extinguisher You can use the right type of fire extinguisher if you know which how to use one to get yourself out of the building if not then don t use the wrong type as you may put your life as well as others in danger making the fire worse Get out of a Window You may be able to escape through a window if you are on the ground floor or the first floor If you re on the first floor you should only do this as a last resort when you are in immediate danger Cushion Your Fall Throw bedding cushions etc onto the ground to break your fall Don t Jump Lower yourself by your arms from the window ledge before dropping Lower Children If there are two adults one should go down first to catch the children The other should lower the children as far as possible before letting them drop If you have to break the window Use a heavy object to hit the glass at the bottom corner Make the jagged edges safe with a towel or blanket or any soft material to protect you from getting cuts during the escape making sure you do not narrow the escape route Find A Safe Place To Wait When your escape route is blocked and you can t use a window you need to keep safe in the building Get everyone into one room Choose a room with a window and a phone if possible Shut the door Block the door Put cushions bedding clothes etc round the bottom of the door to block the smoke getting in to the room Open the window and call for help try getting someone attention

    Original URL path: http://www.firedon.co.uk/fire-safety-training.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • A B C E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher For Class B E Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher For Class A F Fire Risks Operated by Stored Pressured Read More We Do not Promise Anything Click for More Details It s not by chance one makes a choice It s by choice one takes a chance So don t take a chance Call 020 84 20 10 40 now and make the right choice Home Information Fire Safety Information Health Safety Law Poster What is the law poster the law leaflet Employers have a legal duty under the Health and Safety information for Employees Regulations HSIER to display the approved poster Read More Health Safety Guidance Fire Safety Law and Guidance Documents for Business The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 FSO came into effect in October 2006 and replaced over 70 pieces of fire safety law Read More Fire Extinguisher Ratings The suitability of fire extinguishers dealing with the different classes of fire is indicated by a letter and a pictogram marked on the fire extinguisher The A B designations marked on different types Read

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  • Health and Safety Law Poster - Firedon - A UK Based Fire Equipment Distributor
    longer available for sale but see Q5 Q2 Why was the law poster changed Research showed that the 1999 versions of the law poster and law leaflet were visually unappealing and rarely read The latest versions have been completely re designed to be more readable and engaging The poster and pocket card are available in a range of formats as part of our commitment to make health and safety information more accessible The 2009 poster and pocket card also reflect changes in the law to reduce the administrative cost to employers of having to provide additional written information on the poster or with the pocket card and having to keep this information up or date Instead workers are advised to phone the HSE info line to be put in touch with the health and safety enforcing authority for their workplace or with HSE for employment medical advice Q3 What has changed The 2009 poster and pocket card set out in simple terms using numbered lists of basic points what employers and workers must do as well as showing what to do if there is a problem Their appearance has been completely re designed to make them more readable and colourful Q4 Is it necessary to provide additional information with the new poster Unlike the 1999 poster and leaflet the 2009 poster and card do not require the employer to provide further information in writing either on the poster or with the pocket card giving workers the name and address of the enforcing authority and the address of the office of HSE s Employment Medical Advisory Service EMAS for the premises Instead workers are advised to phone the HSE info line to be put in touch with these services The 2009 poster does still have optional boxes where details of any

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  • Health and Safety Guidance - Firedon - A UK Based Fire Equipment Distributor
    ensure it remains up to date and reflects and changes that may have occurred Do I need to keep a record It is a good idea to keep a written record of what you find in your risk assessment If you employ five or more people including any who work part time the law says you must keep a written record of significant findings Keeping a record will save you time and effort when you come to review and update your fire risk assessment It will also show that you have carried out a risk assessment if your premises are audited by the Fire and Rescue Service Can I do it myself Yes We believe that in many cases those with the responsibility for premises are likely to be best placed to maintain fire safety precautions and understand and address the risk to lives and property that fire represents to those working there or visiting Under the FSO the duty to carry out and implement a fire risk assessment lies with the responsible person Achieving fire safety is often a matter of common sense and in many cases there may be no need for specialist or formal knowledge or training providing the responsible makes enough time available to go through all the necessary steps In carrying out a risk assessment however the responsible person may decide that given the nature of the premises or the people involved they do not have the necessary competence to discharge their duties under the FSO In that case they could choose to appoint one or more competent persons to assist him her The level of necessary competence is not prescribed in the FSO which recognises that the extent of competency will vary according to the nature and complexity of the premises involved Where can I get help Responsible persons can get help and assistance from whoever they think competent to help them and this includes being able to get advice from their local fire and rescue authority but they cannot carry out the risk assessment for you The Department for Communities and Local Government have produced a series of detailed technical guides for a range of specific types of premises These are designed to help responsible persons understand the risk assessment process and provide advice on every aspect of fire safety eg training fire detection systems emergency escape routes etc In addition we have produced a shorter entry level guide to explain the FSO to responsible persons Further guidance is available on this website However in some instances you may feel you require more expert advice Companies providing fire safety services are listed in local directories Alternatively you may be able to ask your insurers for a recommendation What is a competent person under the Order The term competent person is contained within three articles of the Order These deal with fire fighting and fire detection procedures for serious and imminent danger and for danger areas and safety assistance In each case the term is explained as referring to a person who has sufficient training and experience or knowledge and other qualities to implement the requirements of the article How often should I do a risk assessment You should keep your fire risk assessment under regular review as risks may change over time If you make changes to your premises you should ensure that the assessment and risk management plan remains current What happens if I share my premises with others If you share a building with others you will need to co ordinate your risk management plan with them If your plan changes as a result of a review or changes you made to your premises over time you will need to share the revised risk management plan with others who share the premises Do I need a fire certificate No The FSO abolished the requirement for businesses to have fire certificates Instead the FSO seeks to ensure that businesses actively pursue and maintain fire safety and take responsibility for their staff and others visiting their premises Does the fire risk assessment require measures such as fire escapes fire alarms fire doors or sprinklers to be in place There are likely to be a range of prevention and protection measures possible in an individual premises and the FSO allows the responsible person to decide which would be most appropriate in the light of the premises and those who may be on them at any one time Providing the fire safety measures are adequate to mitigate the potential risk it is for the responsible person to decide from the range of available options Am I responsible if my fire safety equipment fails Under the FSO all fire precautions must be maintained in efficient working order and good repair so if any failure is due to lack of maintenance then you could be held responsible However where maintenance contracts exist for the equipment the enforcers may take action against the contractor What does the FSO expect of Fire and Rescue Authorities Fire and Rescue Authorities are required under the FSO to audit business premises within their local areas to ensure compliance with the requirements of the FSO and that adequate fire safety measures are in place In addition Authorities have a duty to provide fire safety advice when requested In delivering their audit and enforcement duties Fire and Rescue Authorities are expected to act openly and in proportion to the identified risk and wherever possible to allow the responsible person a reasonable timeframe in which to implement any fire safety improvement Will the Fire and Rescue Service inspect my premises Possibly Fire and Rescue Authorities as the enforcing authorities for the Order are expected to develop appropriate risk based inspection regimes within the context of their Integrated Risk Management Plan IRMP How each Authority carries out its statutory duties is a matter for local discretion What happens if I don t comply with the legislation Fire and Rescue Authorities will where necessary offer support and

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