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Fire chiefs could run Police forces

Fire chiefs with no crime fighting experience will be given the opportunity to run police forces under new government plans, which have been branded “a dangerous move” by the Fire Brigades Union.

The Home Office has confirmed both chief constables and chief fire officers would be eligible to apply for the new joint service posts. Ministers […]

By |January 26th, 2016|Fire Brigades Union, News, Police|Comments Off on Fire chiefs could run Police forces
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Our charity for 2016 will be Cardiomyopathy UK

T. & J. Fire are proud to announce that our charity for 2016 will be Cardiomyopathy UK. Cardiomyopathy is a disease of the heart muscle and is the leading medical cause of sudden death in the under 35’s.

The condition often runs in families and is a so called an inherited disease. However at least one […]

By |January 19th, 2016|Cardiomyopathy UK, Charity, News|Comments Off on Our charity for 2016 will be Cardiomyopathy UK
  • Fire Extinguishers

IFEDA survey highlights risks of online extinguishers

An Independent Fire Engineering & Distributors Association (IFEDA) member’s survey has highlighted risks of on-line purchased fire extinguishers.

In almost 80% of cases it was found that extinguishers purchased via online sources were installed into buildings without receiving the required ‘commissioning service’ as specified by British Standards.

Examples of other common errors included:
• Extinguishers placed into ready […]

By |November 15th, 2015|Fire Extinguishers, Fire Safety, News|Comments Off on IFEDA survey highlights risks of online extinguishers
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  • North Finchley Secondary School

Advancing Solution for School

A secondary school in North Finchley has had a total fire alarm upgrade thanks to work T. & J. Fire carried out over the summer months. Nine Advanced addressable fire alarm panels and associated equipment were installed during the summer break to completely revamp the original ageing fire alarm system. Removed from site was a […]

By |September 10th, 2015|Fire Alarms, Fire Safety, News, Schools|Comments Off on Advancing Solution for School
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Hertfordshire businesses racked up 42 fire offences

Two companies responsible for managing rented properties in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, have been slapped with a £42,000 fine after racking up 41 fire safety offences. Properties owned by Odus Ltd were found to have locked and faulty fire doors, missing smoke seals, fire extinguishers which were empty and broken fire alarms.

The company was ordered to pay […]

By |June 17th, 2015|Fire Extinguishers, Fire Safety, News|Comments Off on Hertfordshire businesses racked up 42 fire offences