19th - 25th SEPTEMBER 2022

Safety doesn’t happen by accident.

We know that security and safety are high on the agenda for homeowners and renters however,  fire safety is considered less of a priority. In fact, people are six times more likely to report a heating system issue than a fire door one, and people are twice as likely to report a toilet not flushing or no hot water than a fire door issue. Fire Door Safety Week aims to raise the awareness of the critical role that fire doors play in saving lives and protecting property in the unfortunate event of a fire. Make Time to Save Lives.

Double Leaf Fire Door

Watch Liz's story to find out why you should Make Time to Save Lives

What makes a fire door work

Watch Claire's story to find out why you should Make Time to Save Lives


Looking for advice?

The issues around fire door safety don’t just exist in high rise, high risk buildings. They are prevalent in pretty much any sector and building type that you think of, from care homes and hospitals to schools and specialist housing. The advice section aims to cover all applications.

The Fire Door Safety Week Toolkit

The Toolkit is a collection of resources to help check for faulty doors and poor installation, including the 5 Step Fire Door Check. Plus, there are a wealth of resources to help you get involved with the campaign – from poster downloads to sharing our short campaign films.

5 things to check for fire door safety


1. Certification


2. Apertures

Gaps and Seals

3. Gaps and Seals


4. Closers


5. Operation