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How To Ensure Compliance With Fire Regulations For Offices

Important fire safety regulations apply to office buildings to safeguard all Relevant Persons. As a commercial landlord, or a responsible business...

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The Results Are In... Our First NPS Survey Reveals Score Of 43

At TIS we value service and are determined to provide an exceptional experience for our customers - one way for us to do so is to measure what our...

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Fire Safety Requirements & Regulations for High Rise Commercial Buildings

The danger of fire in high-rise buildings has been thrown into terrifying relief by the recent (June 2017) tragedy at Grenfell Tower in London....

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How Many Fire Exits Do I Need In A Public Building To Comply With UK Fire Regulations?

All public and commercial buildings need adequate fire exits and escape routes to ensure the safety of occupants. This general principle is...

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A Quick Fire Safety Checklist for Local Authorities, Housing Associations and Landlords

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Fire Regulations for Schools & Colleges โ€“ What You Need To Know

Schools, colleges and educational establishments are subject to

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6 Reasons To Have A Fire Safety Risk Assessment For Your Commercial Building

A Fire Safety Risk Assessment identifies fire hazards and sets out a plan of action to detect fires and evacuate your building.

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Who Enforces H&S Fire Regulations In The UK?

The Regulatory Reform Act 2001 removed some of the constraints currently in place by the Deregulation & Contracting Out Act and when the...

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Life Expectancy Of Fire Alarm Systems

One of the most important systems that are quite often overlooked in a building is the Fire Detection and Alarm System (FDAS), yet it is critical...

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Importance Of Using A Third Party Certified Company

Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order the Duty Holder, or Responsible Person, for a building is responsible to ensure that the property...

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