A range of risk management guidance and resources on how to identify, assess and address fire risks.
Whilst rare, serious injury can happen. Having the right procedures in place and knowing what to do can reduce the risks.
New research finds teachers lack awareness of forthcoming Martyn’s Law.
From 1 July 2023, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) will no longer attend automatic fire detection (AFD) system callouts to commercial business and workplace premises.
Legionellosis is a collective term for diseases caused by legionella bacteria including the most serious Legionnaires’ disease.
Slips and trips are one of the most common causes of injury in many workplaces. Whilst most of these are minor, others can be severe and cause disruption to your organisation.
Risk management and events, how to protect your staff, visitors and volunteers.
Sprinkler systems have been around since the late 19th century and are a simple and active component of a commercial or domestic building’s fire protection system.
It’s important that fixed electrical systems are properly designed, installed and maintained by competent electricians in accordance with current standards.
The risk of flooding can come from rivers or run-off from drains that are unable to cope with the volume of water.