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Restaurant Fire Safety

Restaurant fire safety and keeping your staff safe from fire. According to the London fire brigade, the majority (25%) of restaurant and takeaway fires, are caused by their own kitchen appliances, followed closely by their cookers (23%). Therefore, how can you improve on your restaurant fire safety, what can you do to protect your restaurant […]

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York Star Inn the City Restaurant Fire

On Friday 9 November, Star Inn the City, located in the picturesque botanical Museum Gardens had a restaurant fire. Firefighters were called to serious restaurant fire in the early hours of the morning. There were more than just stars lighting up the sky on Friday. Located in a converted engine house on the scenic banks […]

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Serious Restaurant Fire Caused by Deep Fat Fryers

Five firefighting crews were called to the scene of a blazing building, it was later confirmed as a restaurant fire. The restaurant fire occurred on Wednesday 21st March in Birmingham in the Midlands, nobody has been reported injured. Local bus routes had all been diverted to avoid the risk that the restaurant fire, posed. The […]

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Why Do We Need Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems?

According to the National Restaurant Association, over half of restaurant fires start in the kitchen so it is important to ensure that your business is following fire safety regulations to prevent harm to your customers, staff and premises. Specific kitchen fire suppression systems are being required more and more by insurance companies as they recognise […]

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