Notre-Dame Cathedral has stood tall above Paris since the 1200s but this week a devastating fire ripped through the cathedrals roof - bringing down its famous wooden spire. Experts shed light on the difficulties fire crews faced as they fought to save such a large, historic building.Continue reading
News and events
The latest news, comments, industry updates and announcements from Marsden Fire Safety.
Emergency evacuation seminars focus on how to provide safe and effective means of escape and are committed to promoting safe evacuation from buildings.Continue reading
Marsden Fire Safety are pleased to announce they have already booked to attend some events for 2019.
In March they will be at the TagEvac seminar and in May they will be at the NAHFO annual conference in Leeds from the 21st-22nd
If you have already booked to attend either of these, pop along to see us, if not you still have time to get booked on.
Freedom of Information requests sent to 123 local authorities have found that at least 25,000 doors installed in social housing are among the five types that failed testing carried out following the 2017 tragedy in west London.Continue reading
Fire Door Safety week runs from 24th-30th September, the link below has some great advice and guidance
Test it Tuesday is a campaign that was encouraged by the fire and rescue services, it was put in place to encourage that we all take the time to test not just our own smoke alarms, but the smoke alarms of family and friends as well.Continue reading
Landlords of privately rented accommodation, have a legal obligation to ensure that their properties and tenants are kept safe.
Being a Landlord you need to think about a lot of things, a major point you need think about is how to comply with fire safety legislations.
Each year the Fire and Rescue Services attend over 50,000 fire related incidents in dwellings within the UK. Recent statistics show that people living in privately rented accommodation are seven times more likely to fall victim to a fire then those who are owner occupied. Both tenants and the property owner have responsibilities in preventing fire.
Updates on the best practice to be taken when installing and maintaining portable fire extinguishers