Do you know the difference between a Hotel Fire Door and a Hotel Fire Exit? This blog post will go through how you can identify hotel fire doors and hotel fire exits and what each is there to do.
The Maldron Hotel in Derry, Northern Ireland, is situated right in the heart of the city among the 17th-century walls. Visit the 2nd biggest city in Northern Ireland and enjoy the spectacular views of the Walled City from the comfort of this 4-star hotel that is home to 93 rooms and suites.
FireCloud365 is happy to announce that we have successfully won the tender for Fingal County Council for the second year in a row! Fingal County Council is an authority responsible for local government in Fingal, Ireland.
This brand new 4-star Maldron Hotel in Manchester City Centre, which opened at the beginning of 2022, is part of the Dalata Hotel Group with whom we are partnered; once they knew they were building this new hotel, they contacted us to tell us that they wanted us to instal FireCloud365 around the property.
Sligo Park Hotel and Leisure Club is one of our clients owned by The Lee Hotel Group. We provide The Lee and Hotel Group with a Fire Safety Management App that efficiently organises their hotel’s across Ireland and the UK, fire safety walks and certificates in one place with the feature to report incidents and keep track with detailed daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reporting.
One of our new setups this year was for The Samuel Hotel in Dublin, which is part of the Dalata Hotel Group. We provide The Dalata Hotel Group with a Fire Safety Management App that efficiently organises their hotel’s across Ireland and the UK, fire safety walks and certificates in one place with the feature to report incidents and keep track with detailed daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reporting.
As one of Europe’s leading fire safety apps, we’d consider ourselves to know a thing or two about the topic. As part of this month’s blog, we thought we’d impart some of that wisdom in a handy checklist.
The new Fire Safety Act was introduced in 2021 in the aftermath of the tragic events of Grenfell Tower, in which 74 lost their lives. The British government was under significant pressure from the public to introduce legislation to prevent a catastrophe of this kind happening again, and so this bill was tabled and consequently passed. Prior to the introduction of the Fire Safety Act 2021, legislation had been based around the Reform Fire Safety Order of 2005.