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March 12, 2015

How to Avoid False Fire Alarms

By AAI Security

While they are unquestionably a lifesaving addition to any property, not to mention a legal requirement, automatic fire alarms and smoke detectors are sometimes prone to sounding through error – a false alarm. This is not only annoying to those living or working on the premises, it can also be dangerous if it is a regular occurrence, leading to a “boy who cried wolf” scenario whereby future alarms are not taken seriously by staff or residents. It’s estimated that the London Fire Brigade attends a false alarm every ten minutes, leading to huge amounts of time and money wasted (approximately £37…

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November 24, 2014

Fire Safety and Security: The Landlord’s Responsibilities

By AAI Security

It’s estimated that around 3.9 million people are currently renting homes in the UK – a figure that has risen from 2.2 million ten years ago. Whatever may be the reason for this, whether fluctuating house prices or growing personal debt, it has put more and more power in the hands of landlords. With so many now living in rented accommodation, regulation of the practices of landlords has never been more pertinent – particularly in regards to their responsibilities when it comes to fire safety and home security. Fire Safety Responsibilities The vast majority of a landlord’s responsibilities when it comes…

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October 21, 2014

A Foolproof Guide to Fire Alarm Testing

By AAI Security

Your alarm is among the most important elements of your fire safety system. It provides that crucial alert whenever a fire is detected, giving you and your staff or visitors the time needed to evacuate safely. That’s why ensuring that it is in full working order at all times is so important; a faulty fire alarm that will not ring in the event of a blaze is of no use at all. Luckily, checking your building’s fire alarm system is simple. Here are a few useful steps to follow to help you out… Every Day It’s not entirely necessary to test…

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