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June 20, 2020

In January 2017, Paul Bryant conceived a concept to dramatically improve the process of formulating and verifying fire strategies. Over the next three years he developed his concept while studying for a Doctorate at the University of Lodz in Poland. The  idea will also be contained in the book "Holistic fire strategies: The search for a glo...

March 27, 2020

Now that the pandemic in the UK is moving into a critical phase, it obviously places a national focus on hospital operations and environment. These are a few thoughts with regard to how a fire strategy can be adapted in such unusual circumstances. Even though all Hospitals will put their contingency and resilience plans into action, it is possible that th...

January 3, 2020

Fire Cubed are pleased to introduce a new scheme specially designed for the NHS to assist them with their fire compliance needs. The scheme will provide a full authorising engineer (fire) service for all NHS Trusts. 

Tony Hanley, of Fire Cubed comments "We have listened to the needs of a number of NHS Trusts and have determined that a scheme such as this i...

July 27, 2018

It is very easy to over-specify fire safety and protection in Hospitals and other healthcare buildings. The risks are potentially high and the issues are diverse in nature. Furthermore, the consequences of getting it wrong are often unthinkable. That being said,  sometimes we can find solutions that could vary from standards, that do not require huge expe...

June 20, 2018

As part of the annual IFSEC exhibition and conference, held this month in London, an international panel of leaders in the fire and security industry have nominated top global influencers for 2018. Under the category fire safety, Paul Bryant is listed as the fifth most influential person. Sir Kenneth Knight is listed in third place. Jon O'Neill, MD of the...

January 26, 2018

It has been reported that many have been killed and injured at a Hospital in Miryang in South Korea. It is believed that the fire started in an emergency care room and quickly spread throughout the Hospital. The death toll could reach 50 or more, with many injured in a critical condition. The Hospital is reported as having around 200 beds.


Although major...

December 18, 2017

The interim report  from the Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety, was published today. Led by Dame Judith Hackitt, the report summary already has come to some key conclusions.

These include:

1. Current regulations and guidance are too complex and unclear. This can lead to confusion and misinterpretation in their application to high-...

December 17, 2017

Firecubed are proud to announce their appointment as authorising engineers for fire at a key London NHS Trust. The remit includes all the auditing and reporting of the fire compliance matters against HTM codes to the Board of Directors. Also included is a complete review of fire strategy, assistance with compartmentation review and specialist engineering...

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