Crimson Fire Risk Services Ltd News Updates
Friday 15th January 2021
Over 100 certificated online learning courses have been added to the e-Learning section. Designed so that learning can be carried out at any location and at your own pace. Generous discounts are available on all bulk purchases. Free trials available on courses before you buy so you can be confident the course is right for your requirements. Crimson Fire Risk Services Ltd Creating a Community of Learners!
Thursday 20th August 2020
Crimson Fire Risk Services Ltd are extremely proud to have been approved for the National Association Fire Risk Assessors Register! Which ensures when you book a Fire risk assessment with ourselves can be assured to get the best advice! Why not get in touch and see what we can do for you!
Thursday 20th August 2020
We are BAFE SP205 accredited. Third Party Certification is the best assurance of quality when looking for a provider to help meet your fire safety requirements. It offers independent verification and evidence that a company is competent and working to the appropriate standards and best practice for the specific service you require. We are also Registered Nationally Accredited Fire Risk Assessors!
Monday 19th June 2017
Fire drills are simple right? (we can all agree it's not difficult to walk out of a building) but despite this, there are actually quite a few aspects that must be thought about carefully. What if a particular exit is blocked? What if a staircase or corridor is filled with smoke? How would adults help children or anyone with a disability (if there are any) and other adults evacuate in that instance? The problem with many fire drills carried out is the regularity and familiarity of the event - using the same routes and the same procedures over and over again. Many people focus on simply how fast they can get everyone to evacuate - and whilst this is an excellent goal to…
Wednesday 14th June 2017
Waking up to horrible news this morning. Number of people have been killed - and several remain trapped - in a large fire on a west London estate being battled by more than 200 firefighters and 40 fire engines. It is reported 50 people have been taken to five hospitals in the capital for treatment as hundreds of residents in the 24-storey Grenfell Tower are evacuated from their flats in the burning building. Witnesses described hearing screams, watching people throw themselves out of the high-rise block and a woman holding a baby out of a window. Bystanders speak of seeing people shouting and waving from the windows for help, and seeing people shining torches from within as the inferno erupted in…
Tuesday 13th June 2017
Currently we are extremely busy providing Fire risk assessment reports and fire warden training for Churchfarm Nursing homes Ltd Nottingham. No matter what your business we have the expertise to provide suitable and sufficient Fire risk assessment reports. Get a quote today!
Monday 12th June 2017
As Lee Glass celebrate 50 years of business. I am happy to have been chosen as the fire safety company to provide fire safety services including fire warden training at their Nottingham factory. If you need any advice regarding compliance matters then get in touch and learn what we can do for you!
Friday 2nd June 2017
A corporate landlord and its management company which both failed to carry out a fire risk assessment for an apartment building in London have been fined a total £250,000 after a fire broke out and destroyed the premises. Property owner Crownpark Investments along with City Estates, which managed the six-floor terraced house conversion on Eccleston Square in Pimlico, pleaded guilty to three offences under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. They were sentenced at Southwark Crown Court. The fire broke out during the early hours of 21 February 2011. Eight fire engines and around 60 firefighters were called to tackle to blaze, which badly damaged the second, third and fourth floors. Thirteen people had to be rescued. Following the incident, inspectors…
Friday 19th May 2017
A Wembley landlord who housed a family of five in a cramped attic has been prosecuted by London Fire Brigade after admitting numerous fire safety offences. Fire chiefs described the crowded house of multiple occupation (HMO) on Ealing Road as a 'potential death trap.' Jan Ahmed, the leaseholder of premises above a barber's shop, was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court on 21 April 2017 after pleading guilty to ten offences under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Mr Ahmed's sentence was 38 days in custody (suspended for six months), and he was also ordered to carry out 100 hours' unpaid work and to pay £2,000 in prosecution costs. At the time of the offences in January 2015, the HMO comprised seven first floor rooms and…
Tuesday 9th May 2017
Currently delivering fire safety services for Crystal Martin International, such as fire extinguisher maintenance, fire safety training and fire warden training. Whatever your requirements get in touch and find out what we can do for you!