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Dec222015

The Importance Of Installing Fire Doors

In total the Brigade attended 99 incidents on 5 November, 36 of which were fires. There were 26 deliberate bonfires compared to 48 on Bonfire Night last year. Cleveland Fire Brigade figures 5 November 2014 2015 %+/- Total Incidents162 99 -38.9 Fires 75 36 -52.0 Deliberate Secondary Fires (grassland/refuse)69 31 -55.1 Bonfire-related fires48 26 -45.8 Phil Lancaster, Director of Community Protection with Cleveland Fire Brigade, said: Our staff coped very well last night from managing the calls to our control centre, to assessing the dangers of each bonfire we were notified of, to the crews out and about dealing with incidents. Were pleased to see a reduction in overall incidents including deliberate bonfires and want to thank the public for helping keep bonfire night safe this year. As we move towards the weekend we want to remind people to be safe and the best way to do that is to attend an organised display. If people must buy fireworks for use at home we would urge them to only buy ones which comply with British Standard BS7114 and to please follow the Firework Code. This is not only for their safety but for that of their family and friends as well. The Brigade is also issuing a reminder that only adults should set off fireworks and parents should make their children aware of the dangers of playing with them. The Firework Code Keep fireworks in a closed box Follow the instructions on each firework Light all fireworks at arms length Stand well back Never go back to a lit firework Never put fireworks in your pocket Never throw fireworks Do not drink alcohol if setting off fireworks. If anyone has any information about arson or anti-social behaviour in their area, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or the Police on 101. For further information and safety advice visit www.clevelandfire.gov.uk/bonfire or follow us on Facebook (/clevelandfb) or Twitter (@clevelandfb).


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Birmingham PD searching for suspects after Family Dollar robbery - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.


Her dying words could be what help investigators find her murderer. Updated: Thursday, December 17 2015 6:22 AM EST2015-12-17 11:22:28 GMT When words just couldnt describe the pain of losing his daughter, Ana, saxophonist James Greene turned to music, and it resulted in a twice Grammy-nominated album. More >> When words just couldnt describe the pain of losing his daughter, Ana, saxophonist James Greene turned to music, and it resulted in a twice Grammy-nominated album. Updated: Thursday, December 17 2015 10:23 AM EST2015-12-17 15:23:09 GMT The festivities surrounding the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl continue this week as players and coaches set aside the playbook and pads for meals in downtown Montgomery. Updated: Thursday, December 17 2015 9:58 AM EST2015-12-17 14:58:55 GMT Montgomery police say one laneof I-85 southbound, near the Mitelyne exit, is openat this time as crews work to clear the roadway from a previous crash. Montgomery leaders to join in English Christmas tradition Rooted in more than a century of Christmas tradition, a special worship servicein Montgomery promises a unique and meaningful experience. Community leaders will help lead a 'Festival of Lessons and Carols' at the Church of the Ascension, December 20, 2015. More >> Rooted in more than a century of Christmas tradition, a special worship servicein Montgomery promises a unique and meaningful experience. Community leaders will help lead a 'Festival of Lessons and Carols' at the Church of the Ascension, December 20, 2015. Thursday, December 17 2015 12:10 AM EST2015-12-17 05:10:24 GMT (Source: WSFA 12) It has been quite a wet day as moderate to heavy showers continue to fall over the WSFA viewing area. More >> It has been quite a wet day as moderate to heavy showers continue to fall over the WSFA viewing area. Wednesday, December 16 2015 11:48 PM EST2015-12-17 04:48:56 GMT (Source: WSFA 12 News) An Elmore County family could lose everything after helping get a relative out of jail. Their loved one turned out to be a bail jumper and now, their home is on the line. Bail bondsmen says it's a cautionary tale about how the tables can turn on those who mean well. More >> An Elmore County family could lose everything after helping get a relative out of jail.



Fire doors are manufactured in a range of ratings that indicate the length of time that the door can offer a barrier against heat and flames. The lowest rating on sale here in the UK is FD30, offering 30 minutes protection. Fire doors rated as FD30, be they glass, semi-glazed, panel or flush are usually 45mm thick, as opposed to the normal door thickness of 35 mm. Click on the link for further information on fire doors together with some great prices on modern, stylish fire doors.

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Various agencies work hard to prevent unnecessary deaths but Public Health England are hoping to save even more lives through a new partnership with fire and rescue services. Greater Manchester is one of three services chosen to support the health and social care system by promoting public health and preventative health care when visiting people in their homes. The service already visits over 60,000 homes each year to fit smoke alarms and provide fire safety advice but now firefighters will also use the opportunity to give advice on falls prevention, cold homes, social isolation and flu inoculations. They will take action or refer residents onto other health and social care services, including those provided by voluntary sector organisations such as Age UK. These checks will be known as Safe and Well visits, and will also see firefighters taking action and giving advice on health and crime prevention issues, as well as traditional fire safety measures. Chairman of Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority, Councillor David Acton, said: Over the last 10 years we have seen accidental fires fall dramatically as a result of the early intervention our staff have carried out by providing fire safety advice and fitting smoke alarms. If we have the opportunity to make a bigger impact while we visit homes, by looking for obvious ways to keep people safe during winter or safe from crime, then why wouldnt we? We know we have unique access to a large number of homes, many are the same people who are at high risk of winter-related illnesses, so it makes sense to collaborate with PHE to improve the lives of residents in Greater Manchester. We want to use our skills and expertise to help save lives in other ways by working even more collaboratively with our health and social care partners. A spokesman from PHE said: Public Health England is working with the Local Government Association, NHS England, Age UK and the Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) to develop a shared view of how fire and rescue services can use their capacity to support the health and social care system including promoting public health and preventative health care. Fire and rescue services have seen success in reducing demand for their services by taking a preventative approach through home safety visits (or more recently, safe and well visits). Those factors that predispose someone to being at risk from fire also predispose someone to be at risk of having or developing long term and other conditions that create demand for other organisations.


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Dec222015

Working Smoke Alarms And Correctly Installed Fire Doors Honestly Can Save Lives

County crews are currently assisting on the east coast as the area prepares for a potential tidal surge. Three severe flood warnings, indicating danger to life, have been issued. About 2,500 homes on the Essex coast are being evacuated as the tidal surge is expected to hit the south-east of the country from midnight tonight. In Great Yarmouth, Norfolk police are visiting 9,000 homes advising residents to evacuate. Respite centres are also being opened in schools. More than 20 local firefighters and officers are in attendance across the area with high volume pumps, rescue boats and command support equipment. Boats and personnel from the Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA) are also making their way to the area. In 2011, Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service joined forces with SARA to provide the first UK water rescue centre meaning the people of Gloucestershire and beyond now have on call an unrivalled provision for marine and land search incidents. Jon Hall, Chief Fire Officer said: "Gloucestershire has often benefited from incoming support as recently as last November during severe weather so it is good that we are able to offer help to other areas when they deal with incidents on such a scale. We have good welfare and support arrangements in place for our crews while they operate the other side of the country and obviously wish them well with their operations." Cllr Will Windsor-Clive, Cabinet Member for communities, said: "It's great that Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service is working with SARA to help people on the east coast today. I am confident that they're doing a brilliant job. We have vast experience of dealing with water incidents after we were faced with similar experiences during the 2007 floods." ENDS Issued by:Sarah Williams, Gloucestershire County Council Media Team, 01452 426887 5th December 2013


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New HTTP 451 error indicates pages have been blocked or censored


The code has been made a new standard by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to indicate when sites have been taken down for legal reasons. Described as an 'HTTP Status Code to Report Legal Obstacles', it is hoped that 451 errors will introduce a new level of transparency about sites that have been killed by governments or law enforcement agencies. In some ways it is an extension of the 403 (Forbidden) error, but it provides a little more information as to why a particular site cannot be accessed. While a 451 error need not provide specific details about why a site cannot be displayed, it does at least indicate that a legal request has been sent to the host. As noted by Mark Nottingham , chair of the IETF HTTP Working Group, it was felt that a distinction needed to be made from a 403 error which 'doesn't say "I can't show you that for legal reasons"'. The standard is defined as: This status code indicates that the server is denying access to the resource as a consequence of a legal demand. The server in question might not be an origin server. This type of legal demand typically most directly affects the operations of ISPs and search engines. Responses using this status code SHOULD include an explanation, in the response body, of the details of the legal demand: the party making it, the applicable legislation or regulation, and what classes of person and resource it applies to. While an explanation for inaccessible sites is proposed, it is not required. The standard goes on to say: The use of the 451 status code implies neither the existence nor non-existence of the resource named in the request. That is to say, it is possible that if the legal demands were removed, a request for the resource still might not succeed. While the status is still due for some attention from the RFC Editor, the 451 message can be used right now.



Fire doors are manufactured in a range of ratings each of which indicates the number of minutes that the door can offer a barrier against fire and heat. The minimum rating on sale here in the UK is FD30, offering thirty minutes fire resistance. Fire doors rated as FD30, be they glass, semi-glazed, panel or flush are normally 45mm thick, compared to the normal door thickness of 35 mm. Clicking the link will show you further information on internal fire doors combined with some great prices on modern, stylish fire doors.

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Mr Graham joins from the Department of Transport having previously worked on many of the UKs major infrastructure projects including the high speed rail strategy, in addition to leading the team supporting Sir Howard Davies Airports Commission and working on the London Olympics. The Chancellor said of the appointment: I am delighted to appoint Phil Graham as CEO of the National Infrastructure Commission. The NIC will provide expert, independent advice to the government on the most pressing infrastructure challenges facing the country. Phils role as CEO will be vital in overseeing this work. The Chancellor announced back in October the creation of the National Infrastructure Commission to give expert neutral analysis of the long-term infrastructure needs of the UK. Since its formation, the commission has been working shadow form and has been chaired by the former Transport Secretary, Lord Adonis. Supporting the appointment, Lord Adonis described Mr Graham as supremely qualified. He commented: He has done brilliant work on a wide range of nationally significant projects from high speed rail to the London Olympics and most recently as secretary of the Airports Commission. He is an excellent public servant and I am confident he will be superb in his new role. The commission will publish a National Infrastructure Assessment every Parliament, putting forward its analysis of the UKs infrastructure needs over a 10 to 30 year horizon. The government will be required formally to respond to its recommendations.


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Dec222015

Fire Doors Can Save Lives !

The damage caused by the fire has made the structure of the building potentially unsafe and so it has been extremely difficult for fire and police officers to get inside the building and carry out a full investigation of the premises. The cause of the fire is unknown at this stage and a full investigation will be carried out. A limited search has been undertaken and we can confirm that a body has been located in the building. Although a formal identification has not been made it is believed that this may be the body of 81-year-old Brian Sandells. Brian is known to live at Kard Bar and has not been seen since yesterday and his family have been unable to contact him. Northumbria Police are keeping the family updated and will continue to support them at this difficult time. Northumbria Police Superintendent Bruce Storey said: This is a very difficult and complex investigation due to the nature and severity of the damage caused to the building and detectives are working alongside specialist fire investigation officers and structural engineers to carry out enquiries as to how and why the fire started. We are extremely saddened to say that we believe that Brian Sandells, who was a resident in one of the flats above the shop, was inside his home at the time the fire happened and may have passed away during the fire. Our thoughts are with his family and friends and we working to try confirm this for his family.



Fire resistant doors are made in a number of specifications which show how long the door can withstand flames and heat. The normal rating for a typical house is FD30, meaning that it provides 30 minutes fire resistance. Click on the link for more information on best internal fire doors together with some very competitive prices on a massive selection of stylish, modern fire doors.

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Manchester United Transfer News: Wesley Sneijder Eyed Amid Jose Mourinho Rumours | Bleacher Report


His record in England & CL is top class. Wed be foolish to ignore #MUFC Rob B. (@_Rob_B) December 19, 2015 Whether or not itd be worth bringing Sneijder along is another matter entirely. The Dutch midfielder enjoyed the finest spell of his career under Mourinho at Inter, and as is evident in the clips above, he still possesses the guile to have a positive impact on games at the highest level. As we can see here, courtesy of OptaCan, Sneijder has been in brilliant form as of late for the Istanbul giants: 7 - Wesley @Sneijder101010 was involved in seven goals in his last nine league games for @Galatasaray (two scored, five assisted). Prolific. OptaCan (@OptaCan) December 20, 2015 Even so, the midfielder is past his best, and while the quality of the Turkish Super Lig is constantly on the up, it doesnt compare to the furious nature of English football. Sneijder remains sharp cerebrally and can still pick a pass, but the industry that made him so good under Mourinho would be tough to rekindle in a second spell together. Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images Sneijder could still do a job for United, but he's past his very best. Indeed, if United were to appoint Mourinho, history has shown us the Portuguese will target players who are at the peak of their powers.


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When the clocks go forward this weekend make sure you only lose an hour and not your life - by checking your smoke alarms at the same time. Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) is encouraging residents to ensure their families are safe and all the alarms in the house are working as British Summer Time starts this Sunday (30th March). A total of 211 people across the country died in fires in the home last year, and more than 70 per cent of these weren't alerted to the fire by a smoke alarm, so it's vital to test them regularly. A working smoke alarm can buy families the valuable time they need to get out, stay out and call 999. Chief Fire Officer Stewart Edgar said: "Anyone can spot when a clock stops ticking, but it's not so easy to be sure that your smoke alarm is still in working order." "And, as more than half of the people who died in home fires last year were 65 years old or above, this is also a perfect opportunity to test alarms for older relatives who might find it hard to reach their alarms but are at greater risk." "By pushing the test button on every smoke alarm, you could save the lives of your nearest and dearest." Cllr Will Windsor-Clive, cabinet member for fire, planning and infrastructure, said: "There's no excuse not to have your smoke alarm tested regularly, and this is the perfect opportunity for people to make sure their family is safe." Smoke alarms are inexpensive - less than 10 from DIY stores and many supermarkets. GFRS Community Safety Advisers identify fire risks within the homes of the most vulnerable people in our communities. They can fit smoke alarms free of charge, advise on hazards and how best to remove them and put householders in touch with other agencies that can provide systems such as telecare (equipment that allows people to call for help and assistance). If you know of a vulnerable person who doesn't have a working smoke alarm, GFRS has a supply of alarms that can be supplied and fitted for free just by ringing 0800 180 41 40. Ends How do I look after my smoke alarm? Once a week - Check the alarm by pressing the button Once a year - Change your battery (unless it's a 10-year alarm) Twice a year - Vacuum and wipe the smoke alarm casing to ensure dust isn't blocking the sensor chamber (For mains wired alarms, switch off first) Every 10 years - fit a replacement smoke alarm. They don't last forever Always make sure that smoke alarms meet the BS5446 Part 1, have a KITEMARK and that they are fitted in accordance with the instructions provided.


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Dec222015

Working Smoke Alarms And Correctly Installed Fire Doors Honestly Do Save Lives

21/12/2015 Service to help Care UK stay fire safe Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has signed an agreement to provide fire safety advice to Colchester-based Care UK for all of its 114 care homes at its sites nationwide. Under the Primary Authority Agreement, the first ECFRS has entered into, ... 18/12/2015 Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has today launched a new recruitment drive to encourage people to become an on-call firefighter. On-call firefighters support community safety activities including visiting schools and helping people stay ... Halstead firefighters charity cash for Lenny Firefighters have handed over money raised for a schoolboy with cerebral palsy whos set to undergo a life-changing operation next month. On-call firefighters from Halstead Fire Station visited Earls Colne Primary School, in Park Lane, yesterday, December 17, to meet seven-year-old, Lenny Pyne who was diagnosed with quadriplegia spastic cerebral palsy when he was just 13-months-old. ECFRS staff raised 310 through a Christmas Jumper Day on Friday, December 11. The condition affects Lennys ability to walk and he currently uses two sticks to help with his mobility. The money will go towards funding an operation, taking place on January 9, which will help the brave youngster walk on his own two feet for the first time. Sarah Hume, Lennys mother, said: Ive been overwhelmed by the support from the whole community from kind hearted locals to generous Essex County Fire and Rescue Service staff.


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Fire doors are supplied in a number of ratings that specify the amount of time that the door can protect against heat and flames. The normal rating for domestic premises is FD30, offering 30 minutes fire resistance. Clicking the following link displays more information on fire doors coupled with some very competitive prices on a massive selection of ultra-stylish fire doors.


Soccer-Chelsea restore order after Mourinho axe, Leicester five clear - Yahoo News


Ahead of the festive matches against Liverpool and Manchester City, all the Italian would say was that if his team won both they would have 44 points, four more than the first objective he had set, to avoid relegation. Leicester, who avoided going down in May thanks to a late run of victories under Nigel Pearson, began the season at odds of 1,000-1 to be top of the Premier League at Christmas. That encouraged one optimistic fan to wager five pounds ($7.43) on them with bookmakers Ladbrokes. The supporter celebrated after a 3-2 win at Everton on Saturday helped Leicester go into the holiday fixtures with a two-point lead over second-placed Arsenal. Ranieri, who took over in the close-season after Pearson was sacked, said he was looking no further than Saturday's return to Merseyside to play Everton's neighbours Liverpool. "We are doing well but haven't achieved anything yet," he told reporters. "If we win the next two games we have 44 points, I hope with 40 we are safe. "I'm proud of my players and our fans. The fans are dreaming and I don't want to wake them up." Ranieri, back in English football after being sacked by Chelsea in 2004, has been impressed by the spirit at the club, exemplified by seeing injured midfielder Danny Drinkwater sitting among the visiting fans at Everton. "I don't know if it was our best (performance)," he said of that win.


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Dec222015

Fire Doors Can Save Lives !

Assistant Chief Fire Officer, Chris Lowther, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service said: Deaths and injuries caused by drink driving devastate families and communities. "People who drive under the influence of drink or drugs may easily kill or injure not only themselves, but other road users and pedestrians, ruining the lives of many. "I hope this re-construction has demonstrated the need to keep our roads safer and reduce the number of drink driving incidents emergency services have to deal with in the future. Chairman of Tyne and Wear Fire Authority, Councillor Tom Wright said: "I would like to take this opportunity to thank all partners involved in this exercise, particularly South Tyneside Council for assisting with the road closure and Jarrow Coachworks for donating the cars used in the demonstration. This exercise has beena valuable training opportunity for crews and anexcellent way topromote the devastating consequences ofdrink driving." Northumbria Police Chief inspector John Heckels, head of the forces Operation Dragoon road safety initiative, said: We will not tolerate any form of drink or drug driving on the regions roads. So far this month we have already arrested 81 people for drink or drug driving offences and we will continue to test anyone involved in a collision or anyone who has been driving suspiciously. Driving while under the influence of either drink or drugs could lead to an innocent person being killed on our roads and it is shocking that people continue to take that risk. "We are committed to doing all we can to make sure the roads are safe for everyone this Christmas and we are better equipped than ever before to take offenders off the roads. "To help make our campaign work we still need the public's help and we need people to tell us who the drink and drug drivers are so we can take action. "Reporting these people could help to save lives and make a real difference out on the roads." Paul Liversidge, Chief Operating Officer, at North East Ambulance Service, said: Frontline staff at North East Ambulance Service can attend hundreds of road traffic collisions in their career, including those caused by drink driving. Many of these collisions can be serious traumatic and life changing events for both the patients and their loved ones, as well as our crews who come to their aid every day. This initiative builds on the work of Operation Dragoon and the festive drink and drug campaign. By supporting such campaigns, we hope to help drivers consider the wider impact of such an incident before they get behind the wheel. Councillor Tracey Dixon, Chairman of the South Tyneside Community Safety Partnership and Lead Member for Area Management and Community Safety at South Tyneside Council, added: We fully support this initiative. Its important to raise awareness of the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, particularly around this time of year when people are enjoying themselves over the festive period.


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"The thing with Manchester United is that he will go to one Premier League team and won't be going to another [after that]," he toldThe Guardian. "There is one chance you have one chance to get him. He won't go to Manchester City and then to United; he is not going to go to Chelsea and then United. "It won't happen, so you have got one chance to get the best manager on the planet.Is Guardiolabetter than what they have got? That is what United and City should be asking. If the answer is yes then you go for it, surely. "It is like with the best players in the world if someone like Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi becomes available, everyone is interested. I don't think it is different with a great manager. "The best manager in the world is definitely Guardiola and when he becomes available people are going to be interested, and I think United are no different." Ferdinand believes the United job is still hugely attractive despite the club's failure to win a trophy since Alex Ferguson's retirement in 2013. "Every manager on the planet, probably bar the man at Manchester City, would love the Man United job," said the former England international. "It is a huge job. Especially now, it is a job where, if you go in and do well, you will be seen as a hero someone who has turned it around. "It is a tantalising job. It is a job where you could create something with legacy. That is what Pep Guardiola likes to do, but he has got options. "People talk about Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal .


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I am hugely proud of what the Service has achieved in recent years and I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in Staffordshire. I have been and remain immensely impressed by all those who I have worked with over the last 17 years and am extremely appreciative of the efforts made by all members of the Service." Chief Fire Officer, Peter Dartford Peter began his career at Hertfordshire Fire Brigade in 1981 at the age of 18 and joined Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service as a Senior Divisional Officer in 1999. Quickly rising through the ranks Peter was promoted to Assistant Chief Fire Officer and Deputy Chief Fire Officer before being appointed Chief Fire Officer and Chief Executive of Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Services in 2008. Peter was awarded the Queens Fire Service medal in 2014. Chief Fire Officer Peter Dartford said: This has been the most difficult decision of my career. However I believe it is the right decision and best for me, my family and the organisation. I am confident Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service can rise to meet the challenges ahead and continue to deliver positive outcomes for communities. I am hugely proud of what the Service has achieved in recent years and I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in Staffordshire. I have been and remain immensely impressed by all those who I have worked with over the last 17 years and am extremely appreciative of the efforts made by all members of the Service.


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