Make this the year you protect your people, with the trusted Agrippa magnetic fire door holder.

Procurement organisation Fusion21 has announced the launch of its national dynamic purchasing system (DPS) for Fire Suppression Systems and Associated Works - the first on the market to provide a complete fire safety solution suitable for the education sector and all public sector buildings.

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2017-06-28T01:00:00

The Orion Primary School is working directly with Amthal Fire & Security to create bespoke fire safety and security solutions at its new and growing site, to protect pupils and staff, inside and outside the classroom.

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2017-05-16T01:00:00

A school in Kent has installed Agrippa fire door holders to protect teachers and pupils in the event of a fire. 

When the school’s existing sound activated door retainers were becoming damaged by pupils, the Weald of Kent Grammar School decided to replace all of the units with the Agrippa door holders.

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2017-03-14T00:00:00

The problem

Fire safety statistics show that each year 43% of schools suffer a fire of some severity, affecting 900,000 children and costing thousands of pounds in damages. 

The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 was produced for public establishments to provide a simple and rational guide to protecting property against fires. Despite this, institutions across the UK have still received fines up to £70,000 for failing to adhere to the legislation.

The importance of fire doors

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2016-08-23T01:00:00

 

Children in Lincolnshire could be putting their lives, and the lives of their families, at risk by charging their mobile phones in bed.  Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue are recommending that parents are to check where their children are charging their mobiles phones at night.

Every false fire alarm is costly and disruptive to educational establishments. An avoidable amount of the tax payers’ money each year is wasted due to false fire alarm call outs from the public sector. A false alarm in a school results in inconvenient evacuations, affecting valuable teaching time by causing disruption amongst pupils and staff.