Abloy

Abloy UK releases video to help identify fire doors

  • 27 Sep 2017

With 6 out of 10 people reportedly unable to recognise a fire door, Abloy UK are highlighting the issue for during Fire Door Safety Week 2017 and creating a video.

Security expert Abloy UK has created the video to explain how organisations could be putting lives at risk by not ensuring fire door compliance in buildings across the UK.

There are around 3 million new fire doors installed in the UK every year, but are they all compliant with regulations? Abloy UK offer exclusive standards compliance training covering the majority of standards applicable to door sets, as well as the escape risks and regulations applicable to public buildings. 

To find out more, visit.

Contact:

Abloy UK,
Portobello Works,
School Street,
Willenhall,
West Midlands,
WV13 3PW

Phone: 01902 364500
Fax: 01902 364501

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