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    • mynewcourthome

      Comment on "Staying Put in a Burning Building"

      ...some outside.  Visiting fire officers raised concerns that we had the wrong fire prevention strategy and recom...though not without additional risk.   Not the fault of the fire officers but the responsible...ose off on actions before the Fire officers risk team came out th...

      • Phil Murphy

        Comment on "Staying Put in a Burning Building"

        I can't see the logic. It's very hard to say without looking at the building bu...system to allow prompt evacuation from a building that will not inhibit the spread of fire and s...

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        • Phil Murphy

          When you upload an FRA please note:

          Kindly include the block name and the landlord, this is helpful when people search the rep...T1, T2, T3 and T4 can be used to indicate the FRA Type (as listed in the LGA Guide to Fire Safet...

          • Phil Murphy

            Steve, Liz and David

            If you haven't already. please view this blog content: https://realvoices.org.uk/blog/view/2590/understanding-the-multifaceted-degradation-of-passive-fire-safety-in-blocks-of-flats

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            • Phil Murphy

              Landlords: Choosing a Fire Risk Assessor for Blocks of Flats, Who will You Trust?

              (Edited to add: This one day workshop co-composed by me and Jane Eyles demonstrates simple but meaningful co-working; bringing tenants, residents and landlords together to improve fire safety: https://www.tpas.org.uk/tpas-events/show/252)   Thanks to Ma...

              Tags: fire risk assessment, fra, fire safety, fire safety in flats, stretford house, inside housing