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Fire Safety is generally not at the front of everyone's minds on a day to day basis! Fire effects people on a daily basis, especially in Australia. We should not need to think too much about fire safety, but we should know what to do and be equipped to deal with fire if and when it occurs!

This News, Blog and Information section will give you Tips on fire safety at home and at work plus updates in regulations and news relating to the Fire Safety industry. Feel free to comment on our posts.

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Fire Extinguisher 101 - Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguishers

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Are you looking to buy Dry Chemical Powder (DCP) Extinguishers? Please go to our store by clicking here to purchase them - Don't forget that we include signs, brackets and stamped maintenance tags FREE of charge!

In the first part of this Fire Extinguisher 101 series we are going to introduce you to dry chemical powder fire extinguishers. Also known as DCP, ABE, BE or just plain old powder fire extinguishers, they all mean the same type of fire extinguisher almost...

Dry chemical powder (DCP) fire extinguishers are one of the most common fire extinguishers used in Australia. The reason for this is their ability to tackle many different types of fire, their effectiveness at fighting fires and also the low cost of DCP extinguishers available.

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Fire Safety and YOU!

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This is a PDF file of a document I produced to prompt people into thinking about fire safety and fire equipment within their home and their workplace. We encounter a lot of apathy relating to fire safety both at work and in the home and we also encounter many businesses and people that beleive that fire safety products and services are an expensive overhead. We can understand this as there are many fire safety companies out there making fire safety expensive, and even some popular hardware stores sell their fire safety equipment at a far higher cost than we do.

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