This is all the latest news on legislation, products or events within the fire and security industry. Realm Fire & Security are always looking for new products and services to offer our customers the best possible solution. We also keep up to date with all the new legislation and legal requirements that come from the governing bodies.
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We are delighted to announce that Realm Fire & Security have been nominated in the Pride of Aberdeen Awards 2016 in the Health & Safety category. Here is a link to the promo video for the awards and visit Pride of Aberdeen Awards for...read more
Three diners were hurt when flames spread through The Pour House, off Water Lane in the city centre, Leeds magistrates were told. It happened after vapours caught fire as a member of staff filled the ethanol-fuelled fire inside the restaurant on...read more
A landlord who rented out an HMO without working fire alarms and inadequate escape routes has been jailed for four months. Ishaq Hussein was sentenced at Reading Crown Court after pleading guilty to 12 charges under the Regulatory Reform (Fire...read more
A nightclub owner and his company have been handed massive fines totalling £173,000 after a string of fire safety offences were uncovered at premises in Lincoln and York. Inspectors were tipped off by a member of the public in 2013 about...read more
Fire chiefs are celebrating after lifesaving new safety regulations have been approved by the Government following a major campaign spearheaded by Cheshire Fire. The recently accepted regulations, which make it compulsory for all landlords to...read more
A survey of 1,000 UK employees, conducted ahead of Fire Door Safety Week, reveals that many employees were not even aware of the steps they should take if the fire alarm was to sound. Nearly a quarter (22 per cent) would look to see what...read more
A door’s a door, right? No, a fire door is an engineered safety device. Fire doors are a crucial part of the passive fire protection of every commercial, public and multiple occupancy building. They save lives and property. There are about 3...read more
A furniture company has been handed almost £7000 in fines after an investigation by Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service revealed a number of fire safety breaches at one of its stores. The branch of Direct Furniture Ltd was found to have not...read more
Half of all landlords have not installed a fire alarm and 70% have not fitted a carbon monoxide alarm in rental premises, according to a survey of tenants. Eighty-five percent agree that the government should do more to protect people who rent...read more