We are open and processing orders as normal from our COVID-Secure premises. We are despatching 98% of eligible next day delivery orders on the day of purchase, however please be advised that couriers may be experiencing delays when delivering in certain areas.
If for any reason you are not TOTALLY SATISFIED with your purchase, simply call us within 30 days upon receipt of goods on 0800 030 8010 and we will provide a full refund, the option to credit your account or send replacement goods.
We are able to offer £500 Instant Credit for established businesses with a Fixed Business Address. By opting to Pay On Invoice, you acknowledge that this will be subject to a credit check on your business to confirm viability for credit.
We reserve the right to refuse credit and will contact you to arrange an alternative payment method if your application is denied following the credit check.
No matter if you are in a workplace or at home, taking fire precautions is vital for your safety. Fires can happen in the blink of an eye and if you have all the correct safety products avaiable, you can significantly reduce the risk of, or even stop, a fire. Having the correct fire safety equipment can help prevent the loss of contents, premises and even life. We have a huge range of fire safety products which are ideal for different locations such as schools, warehouses, offices, hospitals and homes.
If you are unsure of the best fire safety products for you, please call our helpful sales team who can help find the ideal products for your requirements.
It is important to have good general housekeeping in the home or workplace
Always remember to keep ignition sources away from flammable materials/gases, combustible material etc
Removing combustible waster regularly
Regular checks on electrical cords throughout building
Turn off electrical appliances at the end of each day
Removing the lint from your washing dryer filter after every use
Remember to always properly extinguish smoking materials after use
Have your heating system serviced regularly by a professional
If you are in a business or other non-domestic premises, the employer, owner, landlord, occupier or building manager is legally responsible for fire safety in the workplace. Usually a person/persons are assigned as the “responsible person” who will take on the necessary procedures for fire safety for the rest of the staff. These responsibilities include:
carry out a fire risk assessment of the premises and review it regularly
tell staff or their representatives about the risks you’ve identified
put in place, and maintain, appropriate fire safety measures
plan for an emergency
provide staff information, fire safety instruction and training
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