Coronavirus update

Following the recent covid-19 announcement regarding the closure of non-essential businesses, we would like to reassure our customers that as suppliers of essential emergency equipment to the healthcare sector, we are still open for business.

While our aim is to continue to provide an uninterrupted service, we will continue to monitor the ever changing situation while taking all necessary steps to ensure the wellbeing of both our staff and customers.

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News and events

The latest news, comments, industry updates and announcements from Marsden Fire Safety.

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Test it Tuesday

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.

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Fire Safety Advice for Landlords

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. 



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Plan your escape

If a fire does break out in your home, chances are you will only have a short amount of time to get you and your family to safety. Remember, if there's a fire - get out, stay out and dial 999.

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Cameron House

In the early hours of Monday morning a devastating fire broke out in the main hotel at Cameron House in Loch Lomond. The Hotel is popular with many and is a popular wedding venue and houses the Michelin-starred Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond restaurant


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B&Q recall

 B&Q have today issues a URGENT PLUG RECALL NOTICE,  They are recalling two of there remote control on/off plug sets due to a potential fire risk.


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