Aug 21, 2019 Last Updated 10:52 AM, Aug 14, 2019
Safety Technology International Ltd manufacture and distribute a wide range of specialist products to protect essential fire and security equipment from vandalism, theft or accidental damage.

Torch safe, not sorry

While flat roofs are a superb roof-covering solution, failing to factor in fire risks during hot works at the design stage can have catastrophic consequences. Daniel Tucker, Systems Product Manager at BMI UK & Ireland, discusses the NFRC’s Safe2Torch campaign and associated manufacturer support. Gallery…
Architects are responsible for designing safe buildings, that’s a given. In the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy it’s clear stopping fire deaths is high on the agenda. Ian King, Chief Operating Officer of Zeroignition, explains more.

A safe fit

Extra safety has been incorporated into an extra care housing development for over-55s, courtesy of GEZE UK.
Safety in schools and education facilities is a highly emotive subject and one that is never far from the minds of parents, teaching staff, estate managers, caretakers and local education authorities. Here Justin Freeman, Technical Manager of the Master Locksmith Association, offers expert advice on…
The 2018 Fire Door Safety Week campaign is set to run from 24 to 30th September and will accelerate education and build awareness about the critical role that fire doors play in delaying the spread of smoke and fire and keeping occupants and firefighters safe.…
Schools are our future. Within the four walls of classrooms up and down the country, young minds are inspired, useful skills are taught and new interests are forged that will be later harnessed to ensure our country’s continued prosperity.
Ryan Simmonds, Sales Director for Framing at voestalpine Metsec, explores the importance of only specifying framing materials which have been fire tested, and the options available to the industry.
Vehicles have become the weapon of choice for terrorists and to mitigate this new threat, security experts have largely focused on erecting temporary measures, such as concrete barriers and metal barricades. But, these can create fear among the public. Jaz Vilkhu, Managing Director of Landscape…
Public safety is always of paramount concern for architects, developers, and electrical engineers when considering external power supplies for outdoor spaces. Pedestrian access has to be clear as possible and the risk of electrocution has to be minimal, to ensure public areas are safe and…
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