Door-Stop fire door information pack advocates use of legal and correctly certified fire doors
Published on 29 August 2016
Accurate and clear information
Door-Stop has created the pack to provide accurate and clear information that is specified by both the Housing Act 2004 and Regulatory Reform, Fire Safety Order (FSO) 2005. In addition to the brochures, the pack also consists of an installation guide, fact sheets and a USB containing a fire door video, produced by Door-Stop, promoting the importance of correctly specified fire doors.
Patrick Dean, Head of Sales and Marketing at Door-Stop said: “We are very pleased with the pack that we have put together; it will provide our customers with all of the legal advice on fire door requirements that many building owners and installers are, in fact, unaware of. Our aim is to highlight the risks that they may be taking when not correctly choosing a third party certified door. In fact, if a fire door does not meet the required regulations and codes then the responsible person could be faced with a hefty fine or be sentenced to time in prison.”
Fully certified fire door
Fire safety is an extremely important issue that is relevant to all buildings, whether they are a household, an apartment or a high-rise office block. To ensure the safety of individuals, it is essential to have a fire door that is fully certified. The Door-Stop fire door range has been fire and smoke tested for up to 30 minutes and is also the leading composite fire door on the market that is CERTIFIRE approved.
As an installer, housing association or local authority, it is ones responsibility to provide duty of care to the people occupying a property and to protect them from one of the 174 building fires that occur every day in the U.K.
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