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A new fire safety bill has been introduced by the Home Office, and will apply to England and Wales. It’s designed to ensure people feel safe in their homes following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, and will amend the Fire Safety Order 2005. The main change is the clarification that the responsible person or duty-holder for multi-occupied …
A supermarket security guard has sustained severe injuries when he was run over while attempting to stop a shoplifter from escaping. Police were called to the Co-op on Church Road in St George, Bristol, on Thursday, 5th December at around 21.30, and the road was closed off for several hours while they investigated the incident. The guard was …
New security measures are set to be introduced at Shibden Hall in West Yorkshire, after a spike in visitor numbers. The Halifax Courier reported that the number of people visiting the Grade II listed building, which is the former home of Anne Lister, have increased by around 700 per cent since it was featured in the TV …
A fire broke out at a restaurant in south Bristol over the weekend, after some rags were left unattended on a hot plate. Firefighters from Bedminster and Temple Black were called to North Street Standard in Bedminster at 06:38 on Sunday morning (November 17th) to put out the flames, reported Bristol Live. Employee Max Blunos told …
Businesses have been reminded of the importance of high-quality fire and security services after a huge blaze erupted at an industrial estate. Earlier last week (Tuesday October 22nd), six fire engines turned up at a building on Tan House Lane, Widnes, to put out a fire that measured 50 metres by 20 metres. The incident is thought to …
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