NFCC Business Safety Week | Fire Risk Assessments

As we continue with Business Safety Week as organised by the National Fire Chiefs Council, the collective aim is to raise awareness with SMEs of their fire safety responsibilities in the workplace. M-Four are regularly contracted to carry out comprehensive Fire Risk Assessments for business premises, which are followed up by a thorough report for […]

NFCC Business Safety Week Roundup | Highlights

As NFCC Business Safety Week draws to a close for another year, we wanted to take the opportunity to highlight a few resources which may be useful going forward, for those who are looking to improve their fire safety:   NFCC website – Providing key resources for households, businesses and communities, the NFCC website navigates users towards ways […]

Fire Door Safety Week

Fire Door Safety week begins today and runs until the 25th of September. Fire Door Safety week’s primary aim is to stamp out the legacy of fire door neglect and increase public awareness of the crucial role that fire doors must protect people’s lives, as well as the integrity of buildings.   What is Fire Door […]

Fire Door Safety Week: Webinar

As part of this year’s Fire Door Safety Week, we are working to share resources and highlight resources available   Last year, we hosted a free webinar looking at fire door compliance, including auditing schedules and requirements, door replacements and certification. Highlighting the importance of ensuring quality during both door installation and the ongoing inspection and […]

Introducing Scotland’s Climate Week

With the aim of promoting more conversations about climate change, Scotland’s Climate Week will run this year from 26th September to 2nd October 2022. The annual event is targeted at individuals, businesses and communities, encouraging a collective effort to look after the future of our beautiful country.   The Net Zero Nation website says:  Our aim […]

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty: 17th October 2022  The significant issues and impacts of poverty can be seen both here in Scotland, and further afield. It is estimated that the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed between 143 and 163 million people into poverty, seeing an increase in poverty levels of 8.1% across the […]