Sprinklers at work Businesses across South Wales are taking all sorts of measures to protect their places of work against fire risks. From ensuring they have the correct fire extinguishers to getting their annual fire risk assessments completed on time, as a country we are pretty responsible when it comes to fire safety. This is
Fire Safety If you run your own business, your mind will be filled with everything from profit margins and expansion ideas to ways in which you can make the office more productive, with the role of a boss being rather diverse and stressful. This is why things like fire safety often get overlooked. However, if
Fire safety is a subject that many business owners either ignore or approach as a box-ticking exercise. This is why here at Twenty4, we are doing all we can to educate the businesses of South Wales, ensuring they are aware of the risks they face as well as the services and products out there for
When setting up your office, you will understandably be focused on creating a fun, creative and productive workplace in which employees can excel. While the odd Bonsai tree and a posh coffee machine will feel like a necessity, the safety of your workforce should be at the forefront of your mind. This is why as
Fire Risk Assessment : The First Step in Protecting Staff, Visitors and Your Premises As a company, your to-do list will be ever-growing. For this reason, it is understandable why things such as fire safety and security get overlooked and forgotten about. However, ensuring your business premises is ‘fire safe’ is not only the responsible
Fire Safety: Your Responsibilities as a Private Landlord Once, being a Private Landlord was a career path that was lucrative and relatively minimal when it came to its demands. Aside from ensuring your property was aesthetically pleasing and collecting rental payments at the end of the month, being a Landlord was a pretty straightforward investment.