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Top tips to fire up your gas heater to keep the cold at bay

20th July 2021 With the South African Weather Service (SAWS) warning about sub-polar weather conditions affecting most parts of the country this week, many families will turn to gas heaters to keep warm. ASP Fire CEO Michael van Niekerk gives us his ‘top tips’ on what to do when you switch your appliance on for... 

Fire risk in downtown areas is a hot topic

20th July 2021 A spate of apartment-building fires in the downtown Johannesburg central business district has highlighted the need for the rational design of performance-based fire-safety systems for residential buildings in particular, according to ASP Fire CEO Michael van Niekerk. Rational design takes into... 

How to keep warm and safe this winter

20th July 2021 With winter fast approaching and people already beginning to unpack their electric heaters and blankets, what are the fire-risk implications that people need to be aware of? ASP Fire CEO Michael van Niekerk outlines the main areas of concern for homeowners. Be aware of electrical sources 

Fire prevention company’s offering in demand

2nd April 2021 Fire risk management company ASP Fire has had a productive first quarter, with numerous projects being completed or nearing completion last month. These projects include implementing or upgrading fire-detection and -protection systems for a hotel in Honeydew, Gauteng; a citrus pack house in... 
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President urges communities to support N2 toll road project

President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged communities to support the development of the N2 Wild Coast toll road (N2WCTR) project, which includes two mega bridges, stating that stoppages are counterproductive and not only costs contractors, but the entire country. “The very purpose they [infrastructure... 
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