Passive fire protection
Join us at UK Construction Week and The Fire Safety Event North
Having enjoyed a brilliant stint at both UK Construction Week and The Fire Safety Event North last year, Checkmate Fire will once again be present at both events!
Checkmate Fire Introduces App to Solidify Reputation for Quality and Compliance
For the past eight months, our internal compliance department has helped us to go above and beyond the standards set by industry bodies and provide both double the protection and double the value to our clients.
Checkmate's Covid19 Response
Checkmate has taken advice from the government and public health experts, and we are monitoring developments closely.
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
Passive vs. Active Fire Protection
When someone asks about your building’s fire protection system, you probably think about its alarm and sprinkler systems when, in reality, it is much more. It is a collaboration of systems between Active Fire Protection and Passive Fire Protection.
The Silent Killer
Smoke inhalation is the primary cause of death for victims of indoor fires. Smoke inhalation injury refers to injury due to inhalation or exposure to hot gaseous products of combustion.
New Birmingham Office Announcement
With established offices in Yorkshire and Essex, our new offices located at Fort Dunlop in the heart of Birmingham,
The Importance of Passive Fire Protection in Buildings
It is hard to over-emphasize the importance of a passive fire protection (PFP) strategy and its subsequent governance in buildings. Comprising some kind of an assessment of the likely fire.
Fire Door Safety Week 2018 – Fire Door Inspection Checklist Download
Fire Door Safety Week 2018, which runs from September 24th to 30th, is designed to promote awareness of the importance of choosing the right fire doors and ensuring they are properly installed and maintained.
Why Third-Party Certification is Crucial for Fire Door Installations
Checkmate Fire are long-time advocates of the benefits of third-party certification for all passive fire protection and our belief has been further strengthened by the Government’s ongoing investigation
Why do my Buildings Need Firestopping?
It’s a question we have answered before, but one we think is always worthy of reiterating. What makes firestopping SO important to a building’s safety strategy? Read on to find out more...