Entries by Amy Dean

P4 Explains Emergency Lighting Obligations

Emergency Lighting is of the utmost importance and a legal requirement in premises, excluding domestic premises, across the UK. In England and Wales the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, usually referred to as the Regulatory Reform Order (RRO), brings very significant fines for breaches of the order (with or without a fire) and offenders are actively prosecuted. It is therefore vital that businesses, organisations and individuals are aware of the regulations and the obligations they impose.

2018 South Africa Trip

We are so incredibly proud of the team at PfH who have recently returned from a once in a lifetime trip to South Africa to support the Footprints Foundation.

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Beating the rise in fuel cost

As fuel prices have risen for what is now the thirteenth week running and show no sign of slowing down, it’s at times like these that it can feel impossible to reign in the cost of running a light commercial vehicle fleet.

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Fire Door Safety

PFH have been following recent developments with the Grenfell enquiry and wanted to issue the following statement to Members who may have concerns relating to fire doors and associated works within their properties.

Buying purely on price, always costs more – here’s why

Businesses in all sectors will continue to look for ways to reduce their costs. Sometimes budget conscious managers will say that prices paid for supplies are too high and they assume that price is correlated with cost, believing that a drop in purchase price will lead to reductions in costs.