Fires Galore - Fireplaces and stuffFires Galore is the UK's leading manufacturer and retailer of natural Marble & Limestone fireplaces. Our materials are from the best sources around the world and our fire surrounds are produced and manufactured in our own factories. The workmanship of our products is of the highest standard. All fireplaces are individually hand crafted by experienced stone masons and award winning craftsman. We can offer deliveries to the US and Europe.
5 year warranty only applies to portable fire extinguishers. This only applies to portable fire extinguishers that have been supplied and installed by Extinguished Fire Protection / Firefly Fire Protection Ltd and have a full service record by Extinguished Fire Protection only (No third party, fire, or other company servicing or interference has taken place) or the warranty shall be void. We will at our discretion and after thorough inspection, repair or at our option, or replace free of charge any extinguisher if it becomes defective due to faulty materials or workmanship within 5 years from the date that the portable fire extinguisher is put into service, provided there is no break in service of greater than 30 days, or serviced or interfered with as mentioned above, and that the extinguisher is serviced from new I.A.W. BS5306: Pt3 and is fully under an Extinguished Fire Protection / Firefly Fire Protection Ltd valid current service contract throughout the entire period of warranty. The warranty does not cover defects caused by accident or malicious operation or damage, neglect or unsuitable environments or environmental conditions and excludes all servicing consumable items such as safety pins, 'O' rings, seals, refills, cartridges, etc.
The Fire and Civil Defence Authority has certain statutory duties to perform that are set out in legislation. Probably one of their most important functions is to be accountable to the public of South Yorkshire in securing the maintenance of an efficient and effective Fire and Rescue Service. The Authority funds the South Yorkshire and Rescue Service and works closely with the Chief Fire Officer to decide how the service can be provided most effectively. The Authority must ensure that the provision of firefighters, equipment, premises and appliances at least meet the minimum standards laid down by the Home Secretary. As an equal opportunities employer, the Authority approves and monitors the Brigade's recruitment, employment and training policies to achieve a balanced and well-trained workforce, which reflects the diversity of the local community. A summary of some of their key roles is set out below: Community Engagement – by getting the community's views on what they want the Fire and Rescue Service to provide and then using these views to inform decision-making. Planning and Performance Management – setting clear local priorities and targets, informed by community concerns and then monitoring South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service performance against these. Included in this role is the monitoring of complaints against the Brigade. Resource Use and Allocation – setting and monitoring the budget in accordance with national and local priorities. Securing an efficient fire and rescue service which effectively uses best value practices throughout its service. Integrity and Ethical Standards – reviews its own and the Brigade's policies, practices and procedures to ensure that they comply with Human Rights and anti-discrimination legislation. The Authority also scrutinises the Brigade's disciplinary arrangements. Appointment of Chief Officers – Responsibility for appointing the Chief Fire Officer and senior officers.