RW Joinery Supports Fire Door Safety Week 2017

RW Joinery Supports Fire Door Safety Week 2017

RW Joinery Supports Fire Door Safety Week 2017

RW Joinery are pledging their support to improve fire safety on Fire Door Safety Week happening this year from Monday 25th September – Sunday 1st October.

An award-winning campaign created by the British Woodworking Federation, BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme and Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) it hopes to raise awareness about the importance Fire doors play in the passive fire protection of every commercial, public and multiple occupancy building by saving lives and property.

Following the awful tragedy at Grenfell Tower, the Fire Door Safety Week 2017 will be focusing primarily on promoting valuable advice and resource to boost fire safety in shared and high rise accommodation hoping to reach building owners, landlords and occupiers alike.

A campaign growing in support the Fire Door Safety Week reached 9 million people in 2016, almost double the figure from 2015 and which hopes to beat this number again this year helping save peoples lives by increasing awareness of fire safety regulations and responsibilities.

Find useful information and resources on how to help promote Fire Door Safety Week.

At RW Joinery we guarantee all of our doorsets meet current fire safety regulations & standards.

If you’d like more technical information about our fire safety features, a member of our team will be happy to assist.


Trusted and Accredited Manufacturers

  • CHAS Accredited Contractor
  • BM Trada Q Mark Certification
  • Constructionline Gold Member 2018
  • BWF Membership Certificate 2020

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