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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.
Freedor Pro is the newest item in Fireco’s professional range of fire safety products. This addition to the installer-exclusive range allows installers to make compliance even easier for their customers.
Nearly one million fire doors are being kept open safely using our products. With approximately 3 million fire doors being bought and installed every year in the UK, there are still a lot more to cover!
For Deaf Awareness Week, Fireco interviews Ruthy Fletcher from ‘Support the Deaf People’ to help raise awareness of the problems deaf people can face.
With the recent fire that broke out at Notre-Dame in Paris, there has been a lot of discussion about how best to deal with fires in historic or listed buildings. This blog covers some of the ways fire can be dealt with in these types of buildings.
Older people are often more vulnerable when it comes to accidents and emergencies which places huge importance on fire safety in care homes. Fire doors are essential for fire safety, but in the daily lives of care home residents, they can be problematic.
It takes seconds for a fire to spread through a hole the size of a pen nib. Compartmentation is a way to keep a fire contained in one place, preventing fire and smoke from spreading quickly and taking over the building.
In the UK there is an estimate of between 1400-1800 school fires each year, with 75% of these thought to be caused on purpose. Read our blog for some tips on how to reduce the risk of arson in schools.
Fire doors help to prevent the spread of smoke and fire throughout a building, potentially saving lives. So, why do students wedge them open?
Are you a knight in shining amour, or a real heart-breaker? Have a go at our Valentines day quiz to see if you’re lucky in love (songs)…
Many people don’t know who the Responsible Person is in their building, but their role is essential in keeping the premises and occupants safe from the risk of fire. Read our blog to find out more.
Christmas may be a time for festive fun but it is also a time to be extra vigilant, even in your own home. Christmas trees, lights and other decorations can be a potential high risk fire hazard.
Now that it is winter we are preparing ourselves for the drop in temperature and weather conditions! However, people tend to forget that it is not all about cosy fires and hot chocolate.
In honour of Bonfire Night, test your knowledge with our fun-themed quiz. Will you blow away the competition by scoring top marks?
Happy Halloween! Test your knowledge of Halloween related trivia with our monstrous quiz!
To support Fire Door Safety Week’s campaign to banish the dangerous fire door wedge forever, Fireco is giving away 10 Dorgard SmartSounds.