Lives in danger due to faulty smoke alarms sold online

The National Fire Chiefs Council has been made aware of faulty smoke alarms being sold on popular marketplaces online. Tests carried out by Which? found that four smoke alarms sold to the public online failed all eight of their tests.  The four...


Sprinklers reduce fire fatalities, injuries and damage to buildings significantly

New national research reveals that fire fatalities, injuries and damage to buildings is significantly reduced when sprinkler systems are fitted, according to the National Fire Chiefs Council. This research coincides with this year’s week-long...


NFCC calls for change to sprinkler regulations during campaign week

This year the National Fire Chiefs Council’s (NFCC) national sprinkler campaign will run from Sunday 19th May to Friday 24th May and is calling on the government to make changes to legislation to keep people safer in their homes. Research...


Cladding funding a ‘step in the right direction’

The National Fire Chiefs Council has welcomed the government’s announcement it will fund the removal and replacement of dangerous cladding – stating it is a step in the right direction. The £200 million government funding will be...

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