Fire Safety for Holiday Lets

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Fire Safety for Holiday Lets Holiday Lets include accommodation such as apartments, lodges, cottages and glamping pods. Owners and managers of these holiday lets are responsible for fire safety and identifying and addressing fire risks to guarantee the safety of their guests. This responsibility involves adhering to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order) 2005 in…

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Fire Safety for Landlords

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Fire Safety for Landlords: An Essential Guide to Protect your Property and Tenants As a responsible landlord, it is important to consider all aspects of fire safety for landlords to ensure the safety of your tenants and your property, as well as your legal obligations and responsibilities. Regardless of the property size, a fire can…

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Fire Safety at Events

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Fire Safety at Events Events of various sizes and types often feature many people, temporary setups, vehicles and food service operations. These elements can increase the risk of fire, making fire safety a crucial aspect of event organisation. Fire safety at events involves conducting fire risk assessments, adopting preventive actions and establishing response plans to…

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Emergency Grab Bags: What are they?

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Emergency Grab Bags In fire emergencies, every second counts. Preparing in advance is crucial for safety, and one aspect of this preparation is having an emergency grab bag ready. Our in-depth article on our Smart Horizons website looks in more detail at the significance of these emergency grab bags for anybody who is responsible for…

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Fire Safety Advice for Landlords Poster

Poster about Essential Prevention and Safety Tips for Landlords

Our informative poster presents eight essential fire safety tips and advice for landlords. As a responsible landlord, ensuring the safety and well-being of your tenants should be a top priority. One of the most critical aspects of maintaining a secure living environment is fire prevention and safety. Fires can be devastating, causing property damage and…

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Smart Horizons Exciting Updates

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New Integrated Smart Training Hub In response to valuable feedback from customers interested in purchasing multiple training courses across different specialties, we are delighted to announce the launch of our newly integrated Smart Horizons website. This brings together our three specialist training websites: Fire Training, Child Protection and Food Hygiene under the unified branding of…

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Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPS)

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Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans: Ensuring Safety in Fire Emergencies During our face-to-face fire training sessions, the topic of Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPs) frequently arises as attendees often have uncertainties about their purpose and how to create one. In this article, we will explore the significance of fire safety PEEPs, examine their components, and provide…

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Tips for Managing Health and Safety at Work

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Managing health and safety at work Health and safety is about stopping you getting hurt at work or ill through work. All workers have a right to work in places where risks to their health and safety are properly controlled. Because of this, there needs to be thorough guidelines implemented into the workplace. While employers…

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What is the difference between fire protection and fire prevention?

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Understanding the difference between fire protection and fire prevention is essential for ensuring the safety of both people and property in any residential, commercial, or industrial setting. Both aspects are essential for a comprehensive fire safety strategy and while both terms may seem similar at first, they represent two different approaches to managing the risk…

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Fire Safety Training FAQs – Your Questions Answered

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Undertaking fire safety training is a responsible task for somebody to take on. So if you have been appointed in your organisation to undertake fire safety training, whether that is a basic fire safety awareness course, or a more in-depth course where you are training to be a fire warden or marshal, you may have…

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