Checkmate Fire gain ISO27001 International Information Security Standard
Checkmate Fire is delighted to announce that the company has gained the ISO27001 International Information Security Standard.
Protecting the Emergency Services
What is passive fire protection? As its name suggests, passive fire protection (PFP) is a form of fire safety provision that remains dormant, or inert, during normal conditions but becomes
The Importance of Certification
Too often, rogue contractors are leaving homeowners and businesses with poor quality workmanship and service. When looking for fire stopping service providers, it is important to hire a qualified, experienced
Your Money or a Life?
Correctly specifying and installing fire resisting systems and fire protection construction products (also known as passive fire protection products) is fundamental to fire safety in buildings.
Protecting Your Building Against Fire: Certifications and Regulations
We are in unsettling times regarding building fire protection. There have been many changes in fire regulations over time and potentially more are ahead following many recent tragedies.
Passive Fire Protection Services for the NHS
During the NHS’s 70-year history the UK’s hospitals and healthcare facilities have evolved and expanded, presenting estate managers with a unique set of fire safety challenges.
Fire Doors: Your Guide to Safety
Fire doors are required in almost every building built in the UK. English and Welsh Building Regulations are divided into parts with corresponding Approved Documents with guidance as to how to achieve the requirements of each part.
A Door's a Door - Right?
Well no, actually, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Your average, every day door serves the primary purpose of security and control. Ingress and egress. It’s an access point, or a barrier, allowing the movement of people and goods.