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Schools will be welcoming back all staff and students for the new term in September. Is your school COVID-secure? Fireco can help with your Coronavirus risk assessment.
Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are gradually lifting and a phased plan is in place to reopen businesses. This means that all businesses must prepare return strategies in order to make their building safe for staff, customers and visitors.
Fireco has released its newest innovation, Germgard, which has been designed to promote awareness of the importance of hand sanitisation to all building users.
Fireco has been working closely with a high-profile social media platform client based in Soho, London, to provide an innovative and practical solution to guard against the transmission of germs in the working environment.
How the Coronavirus spreads and what to do about it is a leading talking point. Even among experts, conclusions vary, for example face masks either help or they make things worse when worn by the general population. Opinion is split on which. Is anyone apart from me...
As we edge towards the end of the Covid-19 lockdown phase, businesses are starting to look at their return to work strategies, and making their sites as safe as possible.
Through this pandemic, many technologies have leapt into our day-to-day lives of lockdown and working from home, becoming an absolute necessity, as opposed to an alternative reserved for the young and tech-savvy.
A local hospital contacted us at Fireco as the manufacturers of Dorgard and Freedor. They had a problem with the entrance to the pathology lab where they have been conducting Covid19 testing.
Our products will reduce the need to touch doors that could be contaminated with the virus and also will keep your building compliant and safe.
In November 2019 third-party student accommodation in Bolton known as ‘The Cube’ went up in flames. What does this mean for the safety of student accommodation?
Specifying a doorset can be challenging and often filled with uncertainty. But, what if there was an easy way?
FIMA is an alliance that unites manufacturers who work in the fire industry and have compliance certification.
We are pleased to announce that we will be moving to new, larger premises as of the 23rd December 2019.
Compliance as a Service will make our fire safety systems more accessible to businesses that experience budget restraints.
November 2019 has been a record in Fireco’s revenue history! We would like to thank our staff and customers for making this possible.
We are pleased to announce that we have been working with fire door manufacturers in order to gain Primary Test Certification on a range of Fireco products.
From the installer of the product to the end-user, there are many people that can benefit from using a company that manufactures in the UK.
We are pleased to announce our participation in the Fire Door Safety Week 2019 campaign.
Did you know that closing your fire door at night could be the difference between life and death?
Investing in fire safety equipment is one of the best ways of preparing for the event of a fire. In this blog, we cover some essentials your school should have.
Approximately one million people were affected by the power cut on the 10th August 2019. Homes and businesses were left powerless, people travelling on trains were stranded and traffic lights were cut off, all the result of two power stations disconnecting.
Do you know what fire safety risks the summer sun can bring? Read our blog to find out how you can stay fire safe!
Did you see us at FIREX this year? Or, did you miss us but want to know what we showed? We’ve summed up our time there in this blog post.
Knowing what fire safety products are best for your building can sometimes be unclear. This blog discusses whether fully wired systems are the best option.