For compartmentation (fire stopping) to be effective, all potential sources of airflow must be stopped using fire-resistant materials. This includes joints, pipes, ducts, penetration voids and ceiling voids.
Contractors such as plumbers or electricians often unknowingly compromise fire compartments, this is why it’s essential to carry out regular inspections.
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Links & Resource
Landlords and property owners must ensure their properties meet fire safety standards and inform their tenants what to do in an emergency, including providing evacuation plans. You can find out more here:
Leyland Forrest have pledged their support to Fire Door Safety Week 2021. The campaign aims to stamp out the legacy of fire door neglect, find out more here:
As we expand our business – We are recruiting again!! Duties will include a wide variety of trade roles, brickwork, pointing, joinery tasks, plastering as well as fire stopping works (Training provided). Mainly based in/and around greater Manchester, working away...
Fire Door Safety week 2021 Fire door safety week was launched in 2013 in response to a legacy of fire door neglect. Fire Door Safety Week is a ‘mass market’ awareness campaign to increase public understanding of the vital role...
WE ARE RECRUITING!! We currently have a vacancy for a general building trade Labourer. The successful candidate will be assisting multi-skilled tradespersons. We also provide fire stopping services, and full training for this aspect of work will be provided. See...
On 28.4.21 the International Labour Organisation marks World Day for Safety & Health at Work. This is an international campaign to promote safe and healthy places of work around the globe 👏👏. You can find details here of the H&S...