November 1, 2022
Launched back in 2013 and managed by the British Woodworking Federation, Fire Door Safety Week is a public campaign that aims to raise awareness around the understanding of the essential role fire doors play in protecting life and properties, and helps combat fire door neglect.
This year, the campaign is taking place between 31st October and 4th November and Bradbury Group will be proudly supporting it, as we annually do.
We are the nation’s leading provider of steel security doors and as such, offer a range of steel fire doors to suit a variety of consumer needs.
In the simplest of terms, fire doors are designed to prevent the spread of flames and smoke in the event of a fire. They should also help to provide a safe exit from a building or structure in an emergency.
Our M2MFD range is available with a fire rating of FD30 – providing 30 minutes of fire integrity – up to FD240, which provides 240 minutes of fire integrity. These doorsets are rated in compliance with Certifire, an internationally recognised third-party certification.
You can download our M2MFD brochure and find out more about the range here.
Often lifesaving, fire accreditations are hugely important but as doors age, regular and correct maintenance is just as crucial.
We’ve created a short video to help you correctly check a fire door, which you can find below:
If you encounter or suspect a faulty fire door, report it to the building owner or manager. We can all play a part in keeping others safe.
To find out more about the campaign, please visit the Fire Door Safety Week website.
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