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Samsung Note 7 fires and Vauxhall Vehicle Fires; What to do

Samsungs Phones, Vauxhalls and hoverboards all setting alight over the last year. Despite technology becoming rapidly more advanced each year, issues do still occur with devices, even from renowned brands. Over the last year there has been a range of different products that have encountered fire safety issues. Of course, … Continue reading
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The biggest health and safety threats in workplaces.

The biggest health and safety threats in workplaces. If you pay attention to Triangle Fire Safety’s social media or website, you are probably aware at this point that there are a lot of health and safety concerns within the workplace. Whether it’s an injury due to improper manual handling, massive … Continue reading
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Would you be able to perform CPR in an emergency? CPR and Cycling.

CPR and Cycling; being prepared for the unpredictable. Cycling is more popular than ever. With over two million people in the UK cycling at least once a week, it’s important that every precaution is made to ensure as many cyclists are protected as possible. Forty percent of cyclists would not … Continue reading
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Fire Safety Regulations; who is responsible for your workplace?

Fire Safety Regulations; who is responsible for your workplace? Safety should be a top concern for every workplace. Whilst Triangle Fire Safety repeats this throughout our articles and website, it’s often difficult for a business to understand who is exactly responsible for the safety of the working environment. Please note … Continue reading
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Horse rescue at The New Forest Show

Horse rescue at The New Forest Show Triangle Fire Safety was busy with The New Forest & Hampshire County Show at the end of July; as the team provided safety support whilst Brad (company director) was busy overseeing both the operation and needs of the site. We also introduced our … Continue reading
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BoomTown Fire; What caused over 90 cars to set on fire?

BoomTown Fire Results in over 90 Cars Ablaze Imagine this; you’re at BoomTown Fair and Friday’s evening performances are just about to commence, only to be interrupted by a monstrous black cloud that has emerged from the car park. It’s a pretty unthinkable sight, and is made even more terrifying … Continue reading
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Children at farms; E Coli and general safety

Farm safety for farms accessible for children, and preventing the spread of E coli. With one of the highest fatal accident rates in the UK, farming is considered the riskiest industry sector. Safety should be taken with the utmost sincerity, and you must ensure the necessary precautions are in place … Continue reading
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The substancial costs of avoiding confined space training

The cost of avoiding confined space training; a potato processing company is fined over $200,000 plus compensation to injured employees. Safety training is essential for every business. After all, employees are each company’s most valuable asset, and so it is important to ensure their safety is achieved. This is particularly … Continue reading
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Nationwide alert following e-cigarette charger explosions

With over 100 fires within the last two years being caused by exploding e-cigarette chargers, a nationwide alert has been issued concerning the safety of these devices. E-cigarettes are an increasingly popular method of quitting smoking, and there are now over two million users within the United Kingdom. However, with … Continue reading
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Electrical Safety Statistics and PAT Testing

Electrical Safety Electrical safety within the workplace cannot be undervalued. If this is not taken seriously, it could result in your employees and workplace being in danger. To help businesses remain safe we provide PAT testing and risk assessments, helping protect against any of these incidents. Underneath we have included … Continue reading
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