The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022, which implement the majority of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry recommendations, came into force yesterday (23 January 2023). These are new requirements for ‘responsible persons’ of mid and high-rise blocks of flats to provide...
Providing clear and simple guidance to residents on the do’s and don’ts of Fire Doors is as important as the installation and ongoing maintenance itself. At FireDNA we believe that residents have a critical role to play in checking that their Fire Doors are working...
The new Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022, which come into force in January 2023, state that the ‘responsible persons’ must deliver the necessary fire door information for residents of multi-occupancy buildings. FireDNA will enable Building Owners, Landlords,...
Quarterly fire door checks under The Fire Safety Regulations 2022 (regulation 10) are coming soon, will you be ready? Conducting and auditing these checks for ALL fire doors in residential buildings over 11 metres is going to be quite a task without a centralised...
From the monitoring of passive fire products in the built environment during construction to data handover, through to the ongoing management and lifecycle of those assets, we’re pleased to say our study of the BS 8644-1:2022 BSI Executive Briefing on the ‘Digital...
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