Theodore Firedoor, with the help of people across the industry, aims to show how widespread the issue of ill-fitting badly maintained or otherwise under performing fire doors is - compromising lives and buildings across the UK.
A stickler for fire safety he wants images of risky fire doors to be uploaded to his Facebook page, to be shared on Twitter @Theodore_Fire or emailed to him at email@example.com. While he won’t be naming or shaming he does hope to inspire action.
Neil Ashdown, general manager of the Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) says:
“One of the primary reasons FDIS was introduced was to create a qualified pool of expertise and competence to help those with legal responsibilities under fire regulations. Theodore Firedoor will demonstrate why this expertise is so important to tackle the problems that ineffective fire doors are storing up with the potential for property damage and even loss of life.”
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