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What kind of fire safety equipment is right for me?

With hundreds of different fire safety products on the market, finding the right fit can be a challenge.  Fire safety equipment comes in different styles, colours, classifications and sizes. Having such a variety of options at your disposal is a good thing because it means there’s likely to be a product that perfectly matches your [...]

Fire extinguisher Bunnings: Things you should know

Should I purchase a fire extinguisher from my local hardware shop?  Many people have asked us whether or not the fire extinguishers sold at Bunnings and other hardware shops are safe to buy. The answer is that they probably are – most commercially available fire extinguishers which are compliant with Australian and New Zealand standard [...]

When should I use a fire hose reel?

Fire hose reels are an easy-to-use form of fire equipment which can help you to respond faster to a fire emergency.    When can I use a fire hose reel? Ideal for fighting a fire in its early stages, fire hose reels are most suitable for Class A Fires, commonly caused by normal combustibles like [...]

The importance of fire safety training in Australia

Fire safety training can be a company’s best asset, enabling staff to extinguish a fire before it devastates the property.   Everyone knows fires can be extremely dangerous but people often brush this off, thinking that it won’t happen to them, or that the risk is low. This is a huge mistake. Nobody is immune [...]

Our comprehensive emergency lighting checklist

Emergency and exit lighting is a very important aspect of any emergency evacuation plan. For your building to be safe in the event of fire, you’ll need to create a clearly visible evacuation path. Regular lighting often fails in an emergency, compromising the path to safety. Exit and Emergency lighting therefore enables individuals and to [...]

Five safety tips for using open fire cooking equipment

Did you know that cooking is the primary cause of fires and fire-related injuries in the home? Most cooking fires are sparked by common household items like curtains, towels and paper bags. Some of the most likely events to causes open-flame fires include food being left to cook unattended, combustibles being placed too close to [...]

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