New Fire Door Checking Regulations 2022 | The Ultimate Guide for Owners and Operators of Residential Buildings

New Fire Door Checking Regulations 2022 | The Ultimate Guide for Owners and Operators of Residential Buildings

Fire Doors Complete has an accumulation of years of experience working with timber-based fire doors and fire safety regulations. Our priority is that your buildings and their occupants are safe...

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Fire Door Training in the UK – After the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

Fire Door Training in the UK – After the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

With the start of this New Year, the fifth since the Grenfell Tower tragedy, more and more of us will be looking at training courses to enhance our skills and...

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Fire Doors at Grenfell Tower: Dr. Lane’s recent report to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry.

Fire Doors at Grenfell Tower: Dr. Lane’s recent report to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry.

Since the tragic and horrific events of the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017 the work of the inquiry has been widely reported and this month expert witnesses have been...

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Nominal Fire Doors, Notional Fire Doors & Upgrading Fire Doors

Nominal Fire Doors, Notional Fire Doors & Upgrading Fire Doors

September 2021 By Neil Ashdown CertFDI, FSIDip There is sometimes confusion over what is a notional fire door, is it the same as a nominal fire door and can fire...

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Fire Doors. The Future?

Fire Doors. The Future?

14th June 2017, for the fire safety industry that was almost a 911 event. It is of course the date of the Grenfell Tower fire and for anybody employed in...

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Fire resisting doors in healthcare premises: Essential to fire safety but difficult to manage?

Fire resisting doors in healthcare premises: Essential to fire safety but difficult to manage?

The greatest consideration regarding fire safety in healthcare premises is clearly patient safety. In the event of a fire, progressive evacuation in stages to safe places is necessary in keeping...

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Focus on flat entrance doors.

Focus on flat entrance doors.

The opinion piece below recently appeared in Windows Active magazine You can read it HERE https://www.windowsactive.com/fire-door-opinion-piece/

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FPA Fire Door Webinar September 2018

FPA Fire Door Webinar September 2018

I recently presented 'Fire Doors: The Road to Compliance' during Fire Door Safety Week 2018. We received good feedback and thought it would be good to share some of the...

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Fire Doors: The Route to Compliance. Part two. Procure and install a suitable fire door.

Fire Doors: The Route to Compliance. Part two. Procure and install a suitable fire door.

Just like many other products fire doors can be purchased at various levels of price and quality. The end use of the door will dictate the type of door and...

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I would like to thank Neil for the training that he has provided to our Company. His knowledge, experience and expertise on fire doors is exceptional. All who took part thoroughly enjoyed the training and now feel more confident in the maintenance and installation of fire doors and take the knowledge gained into their daily duties.

David Todd

Amey

It has been a pleasure learning about Fire Doors and all the information and self tests that were given with the course was spot on and easy to use.

Declan Rooney

Oak3

Neil Ashdown would be my go to guy on fire doors. Unrivalled experience. He's a guy you can trust.

Dex Allen

Contractor

Thank you. I am new to the world of fire doors and it has been a good learning process for me, so thankyou for your patience with my various questions. I’m sure that now I have a better understanding of how this all works, I’ll be much better equipped to know what I’m looking at and how to proceed post-inspection with any future reports we get you to do.

Covenant Management

The consensus from the group is that the course went really well. Everyone came out with a good understanding of what is required and how we can move on. They thought the course was presented really well and having the books and memory sticks was a good way of studying the course content.

Rae Jarvis

NHS Lothian

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