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Reducing False Alarms

24 February 2017
REDUCING FALSE AND UNWANTED ALARMS AT YOUR BUSINESS Responsibility for limitation of false alarms rests with every party involved in the specification, design, installation, commissioning, management at operational level and maintenance of the fire detection and fire alarm...
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End of Year Closure

A hearty THANK YOU for your continued support and loyalty throughout 2016 from the team at Rhino Fire Control – we look forward to continuing to provide you with our services through 2017 and beyond.Please note, our offices are closing on Thursday 22nd December at 17:00 and will...
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How to use a Fire Extinguisher

According to a study carried out by FETA and IFEDA, 80% of all fires in the UK are extinguished through the use of a fire extinguisher. Understanding how to properly use a fire extinguisher – and the different types of fire extinguishers is an essential skill that trained fire...
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Running a Successful Fire Drill

Running Successful Fire Drills and Reducing Fire Drill Response Times Running a successful fire drill is an essential part of your workplace fire safety commitments. Ensuring that premises are evacuated in a timely and orderly fashion is necessary to Protect Life & Health from...
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Creating, Keeping and Using a Fire Log Book under the RRFSO

Fire Log Book Download All businesses should keep a fire safety log book to ensure that fire risk procedures, fire safety training and monitoring is adequately completed and up to date. Keeping a fire safety log book is necessary to ensure compliance under the Regulatory Reform...
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