Fire service carry out safety checks at Hereford's Old Market site

Hereford Times: Fire service carry out safety checks at Hereford's Old Market site Fire service carry out safety checks at Hereford's Old Market site

FIREFIGHTERS are carrying out fire safety checks at Hereford's Old Market site.

Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service has been at the development this morning, which officially opened its doors to shoppers last Thursday.

 

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3:12pm Wed 7 May 14

NOT CONVINCED says...

I guess they couldnt do it last week, because it was packed with over 10000 people
I guess they couldnt do it last week, because it was packed with over 10000 people NOT CONVINCED
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3:48pm Wed 7 May 14

megilleland says...

Looks like the OLM service areas would make a good fire station and save the Old Boys Working Home in Bath Street.
Looks like the OLM service areas would make a good fire station and save the Old Boys Working Home in Bath Street. megilleland
  • Score: 7

3:59pm Wed 7 May 14

Ubique1 says...

I know nothing about Fire Certifications other than the fact that I presume that all Public Building require one by law ( perhaps in this case after they have opened for 7 days.)
I am sure that the Fire and Rescue Service have been involved in consultation over many months and this is probably just a visit to confirm that all their recommendations have been accepted and reacted to .
I know nothing about Fire Certifications other than the fact that I presume that all Public Building require one by law ( perhaps in this case after they have opened for 7 days.) I am sure that the Fire and Rescue Service have been involved in consultation over many months and this is probably just a visit to confirm that all their recommendations have been accepted and reacted to . Ubique1
  • Score: 2

7:54pm Wed 7 May 14

RogerLFC says...

I'm no expert but the wooden slats in that photo look potentially flammable ... :-p
I'm no expert but the wooden slats in that photo look potentially flammable ... :-p RogerLFC
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