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Business Sprinkler Alliance 14h
Is the commute into work taking its toll on you? Why not put your free time to good use and gain some valuable points with our short video on Protection and Resilience. Watch it now, here>>
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Amsco Fire May 28
Installing a sprinkler system is like having a firefighter in every room of your home!
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FireChiefs@NFCC May 23
We have heard lots of compelling evidence and case studies as to why we should fit sprinklers at today's sprinkler event, but this brings it home. One room with sprinklers, one without.
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Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service May 24
Replying to @manchesterfire
🔥🔥🔥 Fires in the home still account for the greatest number of fire deaths and injuries each year. This short video shows how effective sprinklers are and how much of your flat can be saved if a fire did occur when sprinklers are installed.
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Education Buildings #EduScot19 May 21
RT NFCC_FireChiefs: Sprinklers can be retrospectively fitted in existing buildings. Research shows sprinklers are 100% effective in controlling fires in flats.
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Gainsborough Fire Station May 24
When this factory in Lincoln had a fire in their storage unit, it was at risk of spreading to the main building. 🔥 Thanks to which were installed in an adjoining corridor, a fire break was created, saving the factory.
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Business Sprinkler Alliance Jun 4
"A has praised the impact of the tower's system, which kept the under control and enabled crews to tackle the fire as quickly as possible" Great to see sprinklers working as they should!
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Graham Kewley May 17
How about that for a sprinkler save! BBC News - US F-16 fighter jet crashes into California warehouse
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Northumberland Fire & Rescue Service May 25
National Sprinkler Week Sprinklers save lives and protect firefighters
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London Fire Brigade May 23
We want to see sprinklers made mandatory in all purpose built blocks of flats, all homes where vulnerable people live & all buildings housing vulnerable residents such as care homes
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London Fire Brigade May 24
Two thirds of Londoners say they would feel unsafe in a highrise block of flats which didn’t have sprinklers. During National Sprinkler Week – we’re calling on the Government to take action. We want to see a change in the law on sprinklers
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Domestic Sprinklers May 22
A fire in a school can cause a lot of disruption. Imagine if your child's school closed due to fire damage - sprinklers reduce the damage caused by fire & lessen the impact of an incident on the wider community
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EFSN May 20
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CFRS_FireSafety May 24
Busy week - Protection Leadership Team, Mon. Operations Leadership Team, Tues, then up to Protection & Business Safety in Birmingham Weds and back down for wildfires debrief Weds evening. Thurs, with Fri..
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Northumberland Fire & Rescue Service May 24
More sprinkler myth busters with our very own expert - Here's Craig to tell you more!
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Domestic Sprinklers May 23
Many vulnerable people may not be able to self evacuate in the event of a fire incident. Sprinklers start fighting fire as soon as they are activated - it is a matter of life and death
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DEFENCE FIRE AND RESCUE May 21
Sprinklers save lives and reduce injuries. They lessen the amount of damage from fire to both property and the environment as well as protecting firefighters
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Domestic Sprinklers May 24
You are twice as unlikely to be injured in a fire where sprinklers are fitted.
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FireChiefs@NFCC May 23
Julian Parsons from NFSN and who works closely with NFCC, talks about fatal fires where sprinklers were present. Emollient creams, smoking in bed, clothes ignited by smoking materials and suicide attempts were all factors.
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Avon Fire & Rescue Service May 21
It is a misconception that sprinklers cause more damage than an actual fire. They actually contain or extinguish fires when they are very small and so use a lot less water than a firefighter's hose
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