Fire safety is a huge part of ensuring the health and safety of your employees and workplace. Fire assembly signs are a great place to start, but if you want to take it one step further, consider investing in fire blankets. While these should not be used in the event of a large fire, they can be fundamental in stopping the spread of small fires, especially those caused by oil or fat in, for example, a kitchen. As such, fire blankets can also be an important safety addition to any home.
Safetyshop has a range of fire blankets to choose from, and we are happy to share our expertise in the safety industry and help you choose the right product for your needs. Choose the classic fire blanket and you will be getting a hardwearing piece of kit, sure to last years in the home or workplace.
With a hinged lid at the bottom of the casing, the fire blanket itself is easily removed in the event of a fire, and there is a moulded keyhole for extra strength when hanging it up so it is within clear view and easy reach. These fire blankets have a five-year warranty, and are a minor investment when you consider the peace of mind they can bring to both the home and the workplace.
If you space it at a premium, our flatpack fire blankets offer a great compromise. These space-saving fire blankets are encased in industrial grade, wipe-clean PVC, and come in a variety of sizes, allowing you to choose the size that best suits your needs.
Space-saving fire blankets are also worth considering for smaller workplaces, and is probably the best choice for those looking for something for their home. The space-saving fire blanket is encased in a heavy-duty UPVC container and comes with a five-year warranty. It is available in different colour boxes, and has also has a moulded keyhole to provide extra strength when it is hung up.
For larger workplaces, such as school and restaurant kitchens, we would recommend classic fire blanket and sign kits, which include both a fire blanket and a handy sign demonstrating how the fire blanket should be used, as well as a sign that can be used to indicate when the fire blanket needs to be replaced after use.