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September 19, 2017

From time to time, my colleagues and I receive example fire strategies from third parties who are concerned about the quality of the documents that they have been provided with. We of course keep the specific details confidential but we can confirm evidence that problems are at hand, just as there were, and are, with fire risk assessments.

I've recently as...

June 17, 2017

The sickening pictures and accounts from the Grenfell Tower tragedy have rightly led to outrage. What went wrong? Were budget cuts part of the cause? ... and so on. So while we find out the facts, we need to address "the elephant in the room".

When I first joined the fire industry in the 1980s, my boss at the time, Peter Frost (now sadly passed away) remin...

May 25, 2017

Following on from my article 2 weeks back on the dangers of "cheap and cheerful" fire strategies, I thought I would detail what I believe are the key ingredients of a proper fire strategy. But first, I want to make it clear that a fire strategy is not the same as a fire risk assessment. 

A fire risk assessment is somewhat based upon a relative subject...

May 11, 2017

Those who know me , also know that I am a bit of a geek when it comes to the subject of fire strategies. From the time I wrote the first fire strategy standard for London Underground back in the 1990s to today, I remain passionate in the development of quality fire strategy standards.

One of my roles is to assist other organizations. This often...

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