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Kidde Safety manufactures a full range of carbon monoxide and fire safety products for the home. This includes carbon monoxide alarms, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, fire blankets and emergency escape ladders. All of Kidde Safety’s products have been tested and approved by 3rd party agencies to the latest European Standards.

In the UK, Kidde Safety offers a full range of essential home safety products that includes smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, fire extinguishers and fire blankets. Our aim is to be our customers’ first choice for air-conditioning, heating, refrigeration, controls, fire and security solutions globally.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Smoke & Heat Alarms for Housing – Standards Regulations & Specification

    Seminar | Kidde Safety Europe

    Kidde Safety Europe

    The presentation and accompanying document provide guidance on specification of smoke and heat alarms as the first line of defence against fire in homes. In the context of the Hackitt Review of Building Regulations; it will help specifiers take responsibility; rather than rely on prescribed regulations. It reviews recommendations in the Code of Practice BS 5839-6:2013 for both new-build and existing housing of all tenures and discusses conflicts between Regulations and the Code of Practice. Key; topical issues are highlighted as ‘Talking points’ to help specifiers question current recommendations & make their own judgements.

  • Carbon Monoxide Alarms for Housing – Standards Regulations & Specification

    Seminar | Kidde Safety Europe

    Kidde Safety Europe

    Carbon Monoxide Alarms for Housing – Standards Regulations & Specification. The presentation and accompanying document provide guidance on specification of CO alarms as the first line of defence against carbon monoxide poisoning in homes. In the context of conflicting regulations and standards; it will help specifiers take responsibility; rather than rely on prescribed requirements. It reviews recommendations in the standard BS EN 50292:2013 and discusses differences between the various regulations and also the standard. Key; topical issues are highlighted as ‘Talking points’ to help specifiers question current recommendations & make their own judgements.