Avatar photo

Claire Rizos

Director

Claire is Director of Clarity Safety Solutions Ltd., an Oban-based health and safety consultancy. She has more than 17 years of health and safety experience advising organisations and is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, an OSHCR registered consultant, and an IFE registered life safety assessor. Since attempting to leave the rat race in 2008, and moving to the West Coast of Scotland, Claire has written hundreds of articles, reports, policies, papers, newsletters, and training courses. Nevertheless, she continues to help clients directly with their health, safety, and fire safety arrangements both within the UK and abroad.

Articles by this author

A rough guide to fire extinguisher servicing and the service-free model

The asbestos menace: how fire and security installers can protect themselves

Fire Prevention at Waste Sites: How the Guidance is Evolving

Residents Left Homeless After HMO ‘Death Trap’ is Closed Down

When Is an Incident a Crisis?

Extending the Primary Authority Scheme to Fire Safety – What Does It Mean?

The Architect Who Knew Too Much About Fire

Asbestos Risk Facing Installers

Was Detention Centre Fire Inevitable Without Sprinklers?

What Appliance Is Most Likely to Set Fire to Your Home?

Latest Case in the ICL Plastics Saga

Labour Councillor Loses Appeal for Fire Convictions

New Standard for Warning Beacons: Will You Be Affected?

Fire Statistics From Scotland Support Our Concerns

Machinery Suppliers 80% Liable for £7M Factory Fire

Machinery suppliers 80% liable for £7m factory fire

1 2 3

Downloads

State of Physical Access Trend Report 2024

Lithium-Ion batteries. A guide to the fire risk that isn’t going away but can be managed

Whitepaper: Enhancing security, resilience and efficiency across a range of industries

Whitepaper: Multi-residential access management – The move to digital

2024 trends in physical security and critical communications

The Video Surveillance Report 2023

How cloud-based video surveillance can enable improved security for housing associations

EBOOK: Lessons from FIREX 2023 – Emerging challenges in fire safety