Mercy Ships Donation

Mercy Ships is a global charity, which has operated a fleet of hospital ships and land-based programmes in developing nations since 1978, bringing medical aid and the hope of long term sustainable development to some of the world’s poorest regions.

Mercy Ships is one of our chosen charities. We donated a number of vehicle extinguishers and a number of telescopic ladders to Mercy Ships in 2008, these items were requested to be fitted to a fleet of Landrovers in Liberia. This donation was greatly received.

Today we will be posting a cheque for £114.00 raised through staff contributions. Thank you to all who have contributed to this sum. We will continue to give our support to Mercy Ships and other local charities.

If you would like to learn more about Mercy Ships, please visit their website at www.mercyships.org.uk

Oranges and Lemons say the bells of St Clements

Safelincs provide fire extinguisher servicing for the St Clements Church, Eastcheap, London. This church considers itself to be the church referred to in the nursery rhyme ‘Oranges and Lemons’. The rhyme begins with this church because when the Thames was wider than it is today, the wharf where the citrus fruit cargoes from the Mediterranean were delivered lay just across the street. It is said the church bells pealed when a cargo arrived. The earliest record of the rhyme as it is dates to around 1744.

Free Fire Safety Logbook from Safelincs

Safelincs is aware that in the current economical times, the purchasing of fire alarm tests records, emergency lighting test logbooks etc, is not at the top of the list. That is why we have made a FREE downloadable log book.

The Logbook includes fire safety advice in fire prevention, fire escape, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, emergency lighting and general fire precautions.

Visit www.safelincs.co.uk/fire-safety-logbook to take advantage now!

Kidde CO Detector judged Best in Class

Safelincs Italy www.safelincs.it reported strongly increased sales of the Kidde 9CO5 Carbon Monoxide Detector towards the end of 2008 following a test report in the ‘Altroconsumo’ product rating magazine. Altroconsumo judged the Kidde CO alarm as the best out of a group of 5 carbon monoxide detectors. The alarm was classified as excellent and was also judged as superior in terms of competitiveness.

The Kidde 9CO5 CO detector features a 7-8 year lifespan, has replaceable batteries and offers excellent and reliable protection with a sensitivity of 30ppm. In the UK this CO Detector can be purchased at https://www.safelincs.co.uk/carbon-monoxide-detectors/

Dangerous Goods Handling strengthened

All our warehouse operators and a number of office staff have now completed their dangerous goods training. We are now able to offer the shipping of fire extinguishers, ionisation smoke alarms, aerosols such as Carbon Monoxide tester sprays, lithium batteries and lead acid batteries safely to most international locations. Customers with specific requirements can get support from our Dangerous Goods Specialist.

Safelincs Ireland provide Irish Health Board with Optical Smoke Alarms

Safelincs Ireland have just completed a sale of a large number of Optical Smoke Alarms which are to be provided to the Irish Health Board. The Health Board have chosen an Optical Smoke alarm with a lithium battery so users do not need to change the battery on a yearly basis, like with standard alkaline batteries.

This is the second large sale in the last year that Safelincs Ireland have made with the Irish Health Board.