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    Do Fire Extinguishers expire?

      Every building in the UK can benefit from having a fire extinguisher, but it’s important to have the right type of extinguisher and to…

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    What is a dry riser?

    A dry riser system is an empty pipe running up the inside of a building which can be connected to by firefighters and used as…

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    Non-Magnetic Fire Extinguishers – Everything You Need To Know

    Each commercial industry in the UK is subject to the guidelines laid out by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 – a piece of…

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    Fire Extinction: Methods and Approaches

    Hundreds of thousands of fires, both big and small, break out in workplaces around the country every year. While many are controllable and only a…

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    The Real Importance of Fire Extinguishers

    Having sufficient fire safety equipment within a commercial environment is vital to the ongoing health and safety of staff and visitors. Indeed, it is a…

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    How to Detect and Extinguish a Class F Fire (Cooking Oils & Fats)

    What is a Class F fire? Class F fires are fires which involve cooking oil or fat. Though technically a sub-class of fires caused by…

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    How to Detect and Extinguish a Class D Fire (Combustible Metals)

    What is a Class D fire? A Class D fire is characterised by the presence of burning metals. Only certain metals are flammable and examples…

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    How to Detect and Extinguish a Class C Fire (Flammable Gases)

    What is a Class C fire? Class C fires are identified by the presence of a burning gas. The most common flammable gases involved in…

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    How to Detect and Extinguish a Class B fire (Flammable/Combustible Liquids)

    What is a Class B fire? Class B fires are fires which involve flammable or combustible liquids. The presence of these liquids, which are also…

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    How to Detect and Extinguish a Class A Fire (Paper / Wood)

    What is a Class A fire? Class A fires, also sometimes known as ‘ordinary combustible’ fires, involve solid materials of an organic nature, such as…

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    Think Sprinklers: The Benefits of Sprinkler Systems

    A new campaign launched this month by Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service is promoting the use of sprinkler systems and, in particular, the…

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