2022 is here. A brand new year. Let us hope that it brings more freedom for everyone. It is a good time to check or change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. They really do save lives! Please take time to watch the video below courtesy of SYFS. Kelham Fire Protection LtdContinue reading “Happy New Year!”
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year! To make it a safe Christmas for you, your family and friends please take time to read the attached document. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/…/Wishing-You…
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year!To make it a safe Christmas for you, your family and friends please take time to read the attached document. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/…/Wishing-You…
Escape Plans Every household should have some sort of escape plan in place just in case the worst was to happen. Hopefully you will never have to use it, but it is important to prepare for it so there is no delay when it is put into action. If you prefer to create your own,Continue reading “Home fire escape routine”
Kelham Fire Protection Ltd has achieved the required standard to be on the list of the Alcumus Safe Contractor recommended and approved companies. Assuring all our customers, present and potential, the very highest of standards and professionalism. You would expect nothing less for your business or property when it involves fire protection.
The wild fires in Greece are an example of what can happen in extreme adverse weather conditions. Although it is unlikely that we will have the same conditions here in the UK. Here are the governmental advice notes whilst enjoying our beautiful countryside. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/…/Fire-Safety…
Candles in the home are now getting a more and more popular way to add relaxation to our homes, which has seen a large increase in the number of candle related incidents. In the year 2003 alone, there were 1791 house fires due to candles. As a result, 22 people died and over 650 were injured. As theContinue reading “Candle Fire Safety”
Remember to check that your smoke detectors are working. It takes just seconds to press the button, once a week. They really can, and do, save lives.
Outdoor activities are often a great way to spend your leisure time but they have their own set of unique fire risks that should not be underestimated. However, some common sense preparation can ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. Barbecues A barbecue should be a safe and enjoyable experience but it’s all tooContinue reading “Barbecue Fire and General Safety Advice”
Hopefully the weather will improve and we can start to have family time in the garden. Here is a short video about barbecue safety, courtesy of Fireman Sam (No copyright infringement intended)