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6 ways to fireproof your home

A fire in your home is one of the scariest things you can experience. Did you know that more than 37,000 UK household fires are reported every year, and that more than 260 people lose their lives? Read More

New report suggests ‘Toxic culture’ in English fire services

Fire services in England suffer from a “toxic” culture, with some firefighters not treating colleagues with “enough humanity”. Read More

Cladding manufacturer holds fire tests to prove panel safety

A cladding manufacturer has undertaken a series of ‘real life’ tests to prove that it’s cladding products do not burn. Read More

SSAIB achieves 300th BAFE Certification

SSAIB, one of the licensed certification bodies who deliver BAFE scheme assessments, says it is delighted to have achieved a historic milestone of 300 active BAFE scheme-certificated companies. Read More

Glass and Glazing Federation: Why visit FIREX?

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) talks through its experiences of FIREX International 2019, and why anyone involved in the fire safety sector should come along to FIREX 2020 this May. Read More

Queen’s Speech outlines fire safety as key priority

The Queen’s Speech outlined that new measures will be made a key priority in 2020, with new measures set to be brought forward to improve building safety. Read More

WATCH: FIA explains Third-Party Certification

Take a look at a concise video from the FIA that explains Third-Party Certification, designed to be useful for both beginners and experts. Read More

Cladding concerns in tower blocks continue

Concerns over cladding in tower blocks continue post-Grenfell, demonstrated by two recent examples in the north of England. Read More

A very modern tragedy… preventing self-storage facility fires

A year on from the Shurgard fire in Croydon, Hunter Seymour examines the concerns over fire related incidents at self-storage facilities. Read More

EAPFP highlights need for fire community collaboration

At a recent meeting, the European Association for Passive Fire Protection (EAPFP) invited a selection of European and global fire organisations to come together and discuss the challenges facing the fire sector. Read More