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An essential guide to fire door safety

Since the Grenfell Tower disaster last June, the focus on fire safety has rightly intensified, making it crucial that individuals and businesses realise the vital role that fire doors play in helping to save lives and protect properties. The UK’s ...

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Fire door safety campaign closes on a five-year high

The Fire Door Safety Week campaign has hit a five-year high in delivering its messages on the importance of fire doors in saving lives and protecting property, and landlords’ legal responsibilities for managing fire door safety. The campaign is run ...

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Planning tomorrow’s care today

Paul Djuric, Operations Manager at Urgent Technology explains how facilities management can safeguard the future of care in an ageing world Recent research suggests that almost 90 per cent of local authorities in England will face a “crisis” in care ...

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FMJ Networking Event – Counter-terrorism

The latest content-led FMJ networking event which took place on the 19th floor of UBM’s Blackfriars HQ was counter-terrorism, where two experts in the field offered some sage advice, reports Sara Bean The first speaker of the night was Steve ...

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Kee Systems cures Sunderland Royal Hospital’s access problems

Kee Systems has recently provided Sunderland Royal Hospital with several bespoke access platforms to allow safe access to plant and equipment situated on the new Emergency Department’s roof. Sunderland Royal Hospital, Part of City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust, is ...

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Bilco products help secure the future of historic cloister development at Blackburn Cathedral

The Cathedral Court residential development will create brand new apartment accommodation at Blackburn Cathedral for clergy and staff, new office space and conferencing facilities. The development will be the first cloister construction in the country in 600 years and a ...

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Taking the heat

The complexities of modern transport hubs mean there is no such thing as a standard fire system. Aston Bowles of Advanced looks at the issues involved in protecting the travelling public From local bus stations to major airports, the term ...

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Safety first

FM plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety and protection of any visitors to a building, whether a commercial building or a public place such as a transport hub, leisure and events environments, or retail parks. What can FM ...

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Planned review of building regs welcomed by BESA

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has welcomed BBC reports that a full review of the Building Regulations will be carried out in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Chief Executive Paul McLaughlin said BESA had been flagging up ...

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Apollo Fire Detectors celebrates first educational installation for its Soteria range

Staff and pupils at Marchwood Junior School, near Southampton, are benefitting from the reliability and innovation of the new SOTERIA range from Apollo Fire Detectors in an installation which marks the range’s first educational application. With nearly 300 pupils aged ...

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