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where to place fire alarms


Installing a fire alarm is a great way of keeping the occupants of your home or business premises safe from fire. The question is, where should you put it? Read on to find out.


 addressable fire alarm system


An addressable fire alarm system is a fire alarm system in which each device has its own “address.” Read on to find out more.


In large residential buildings and commercial premises, a single fire alarm is not enough to keep everyone safe. Installing interlinked fire alarms is not only a legal requirement, but the best way to ensure you are made aware of any potential hazards as quickly as possible.

In this blog post, we’ll explain the importance of interlinked fire alarms and break down the most recent guidance to help you ensure your premises are protected in line with the law.


fire alarm in a commercial business building

As a business owner, you are required by law to have 'an appropriate fire detection system' and fire protection procedures in place within a commercial building. This can include fire alarms. In the case of a fire, a fire alarm provides a clear way for a fire to be detected and for others to be warned.


fire hazards in the workplace

Every year, there are approximately 22,000 workplace fires in the UK. Many of these incidents could be prevented with the correct safety equipment, staff education, and fire safety awareness. Understanding the risks is the first step to reducing them, so let's take a look at some of the most common fire hazards in the workplace.


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