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May 29, 2019
boat safety week

A message for boaters this Boat Fire Safety Week

Have you fitted suitable smoke and carbon monoxide alarms? Boaters are being urged to ensure they have suitable smoke and carbon monoxide alarms during the national Fire Kills Campaign’s Boat Fire Safety Week (May 27-June 2). Fire crews will be visiting boat owners and handing out Fire Safety on Boats and Carbon Monoxide Safety on Boats leaflets to help crew members know the risks and how to protect themselves. Suitable fire and CO alarms provide an early warning that something […]
May 28, 2019
Boat

Boat Safety Scheme: Carbon monoxide alarms now mandatory

According to a recent article published by Motorboat and Yachting, the requirement for carbon monoxide alarms is being brought in to protect boat owners from the toxic gas. The Boat Safety Scheme has released guidance on fitting carbon monoxide alarms to your boat, after the safety equipment became mandatory under the scheme’s updated requirements, which came into force earlier last month. The rule change affects nearly all private and non-private boats wanting to achieve BSS certification. In order to comply, […]
May 20, 2019
Flood Alarm

Be alerted to potential floods in your home with the CAVIUS flood alarm

Designed to detect a leak from a washing machine, dishwasher, broken pipes, or any other incoming water, the CAVIUS Wireless Battery Flood Alarm will alert you to all potential flood risks. Used as a stand-alone device or connected to other wireless CAVIUS devices (up to 32 devices), the alarm helps to reduce the damage water can cause before it is too late. With an 85-decibel alarm, you’ll have no issue hearing it with all connected alarms also raising the alarm, […]
May 16, 2019
high rise building fire safety

Government launches group to give social tenants voice on building safety

According to a recent article published by Inside Housing, the government has launched a new group which will see social landlords and their residents explore ways to improve tenant engagement over building safety. Social housing tenants are to join their landlords in a new government-backed ‘best practice’ group to look at ways of improving how tenants can communicate concerns over fire and building safety issues in the future. The government has launched the Social Sector (Building Safety) Engagement Best Practice […]