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Fire Safety Sentencing In The Wake Of Lakanal House
On 3 July 2009, there was a fire at Lakanal House in Camberwell, South London. The incident resulted in six fatalities.
UK
28 Jun 2017
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Fire Safety In The Workplace - Do You Know Which Extinguisher To Use?
Every year billions of pounds are lost due to fire; many of which are caused as a result of negligence.
UK
13 Apr 2015
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Illegal Cigarettes A Major Fire Risk
With cigarettes already the single biggest cause of fire deaths in the UK, a recent study has revealed that fake cigarettes filtering onto the market pose an even bigger danger.
UK
13 Apr 2015
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E-Cigarettes – A Fire Risk?
E-Cigarettes have grown in popularity since they emerged as a safer and healthier option to their tobacco containing counterparts.
UK
10 Apr 2015
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Businesses Continue To Struggle With Fire Safety
Following our article in July, recent figures released by the Government suggest that more than a third of non-residential properties audited remain non-compliant with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (the "RRO").
UK
10 Apr 2015
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Breaking News! - Primary Authority Scheme Extended To Fire Safety
When Primary Authority Schemes were first introduced, fire safety law was not included.
UK
17 Jun 2014
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A New Level Of Eye-Watering Fines - Sentencing Council Publishes Definitive Guideline For Environmental Offences
A new guideline for environmental offences will have a significant impact on the penalties imposed and could potentially result in eye-watering fines.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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Hlp! My House Is Burnin Dwn! London Fire Brigade Plans To Take 999 Twitter Calls
Twitter users could soon be able to report emergencies in 140 characters and bypass 999 calls under proposals aimed at making communication with the UK’s biggest fire service easier.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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Safety In Commercial Property: An Expensive Business
Whether you are an owner, manager, occupier or service provider there are lessons to be learnt from the increasingly stern approach being taken by the Courts to protecting the safety of those in non-domestic premises.
UK
13 Dec 2012
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Longer Jail Terms For Those Causing Serious Injury Behind The Wheel
or many years Judges have criticised the inadequate sentencing powers afforded to them when dealing with the offence of Dangerous Driving.
UK
12 Dec 2012
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