How can schools avoid false alarms?

It is estimated that the education of 90,000 children is disrupted by school fires each year. This can have economic, educational, social and emotional impact on staff and pupils alike. It can also cause negative publicity on the school itself and lower morale.

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Collaboration makes things happen!

How can people come up with great ideas if they don't collaborate? Many of the best and most loved business applications are borne out of, and support, collaboration.

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The Regularity Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005

What you need to know… about The RRO

If you are responsible for a non-domestic premises in England, Northern Ireland or Wales, you must comply with the RRO by law.

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HMO licencing changes, how does it affect Landlords?

If you are responsible for a non-domestic premises in England, Northern Ireland or Wales, you must comply with the RRO by law.

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Burnt toast anyone?

How many times has your business lost productivity and wasted money because of an unnecessary fire alarm activation?

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Safeguarding: Why do schools face increased liability?

Schools face unique fire safety challenges. They must provide a safe learning environment for children and young people, so, while safe evacuation must be achieved in the event of a fire, pupils must at other times remain safely on the premises, while outsiders and potential intruders are kept out.

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