With FIREX fast approaching this June, our thoughts move to the annual industry outing to the EXCEL centre in London’s Docklands. BAFE has decided this year to use the ever increasing demand on our marketing budget in a more direct manner, rather than exhibiting at Firex. This has involved the appointment of a new marketing specialist in the BAFE office. Frazer Wisniewski, has joined the team in April to Continue reading ‘Scheme member marketing boost from BAFE’
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A fire chief has urged for national legislation for sprinkler systems in the UK.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority Councillor David Acton pointed to how beneficial this fire safety measure had been in recent blazes.
He made the call in light of the blaze that is still being tackled at a paper recycling plant on Continue reading ‘Fire chief calls for sprinkler legislation’
In a bid to lower how many calls there are to false alarms, it has been decided that fire crews will no longer be sent to Automatic Fire Alarms (AFA).
According to This is Cheshire, a 999 call will need to made from someone at the premises before a fire engine responds and this must be between 09:00 and 17:00 GMT.
If it is outside of those hours, the centre that receives an alarm will get in touch with the premises and, Continue reading ‘Fire crews to attend automatic fire alarms no longer’
In an effort to make Third Party Certification (TPC) easier for fire protection suppliers to understand, the Fire Industry Association (FIA) has published a new white paper called ‘Third Party Certification: What does it mean for businesses?’. Continue reading ‘FIA Published White Paper; Third Party Certification: What does it mean for Businesses?’