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In this section you will find useful information and resources to help promote Fire Door Safety Week. Simply click on any of the boxes below to automatically download the toolkit item. If you have any requests for other resources to help you promote Fire Door Safety Week, just drop us a line at firedoors@bwf.org.uk

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Social Media Toolkit 2019
Download our 2019 social media toolkit - four Fire Door Safety Week images to use across your social media channels.share-icon
Fire door checklist
Technical checklist
Download this quick technical checklist - a useful reminder of five critical things to always check when installing or inspecting a fire door.share-icon
5 step fire door check
5 Step Fire Door Check
Suspect the building you're living in, working in or visiting has a faulty fire door? Don't walk by. Report it to whoever manages or owns the building. You could save a life that day. Download the checklist now.
5 Films mark Fire Door Safety Week 2018
To coincide with Fire Door Safety Week 2018, The British Woodworking Federation commissioned five powerful films aimed to spotlight key aspects of fire safety and remind us why it is essential that we start to drive a cultural change Watch the video here
10 top tips for fire doors in flats
Useful tips for both landlords and tenants to arm themselves with the fire door knowledge they need. Download this 10 top tips for fire doors in flats and HMOs infographic.
Fire Doors in HMOs
As part of Fire Door Safety Week, the BWF Fire Door Alliance has refreshed their advice on fire doors in houses of multiple occupancy (HMO).
Fire Door Test Video
The BWF Fire Door Alliance (previously known as the BWF-Certifire Scheme) has produced a new hard-hitting short film.  It shows why specification and correct installation are so important to the performance of a fire door. It features a real life fire door test, a simple 5 Step Check and a 3D animation. Watch the video
Responsible Person Poster
Fire Door Safety Week research shows that 59% of tenants in flats in the UK do not know who the 'Responsible Person' for their building is.  If you're a building owner or landlord, download this poster, and make sure your tenants know who to report fire safety concerns to.
Fire Door Myths
Missed our myths on Twitter? Download them all here.
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Posters for tenants
Be Safe. Be Smart. Remember these three simple fire door safety rules. Download these posters for use in any multiple occupancy building - suitable for all tenants. A3 Poster (portrait) - Download.pdf A3 Poster (landscape) - Download.pdfshare-icon
Download the logo
Use the Fire Door Safety Week on your website, your email signature, your literature and letters... Web ready logo (.jpg) Download If you need a print ready logo (.eps) email: firedoors@bwf.org.ukshare-icon
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Pledge your support here
Click here to make your pledge for Fire Door Safety Week and to let us know about your event, promotion or educational activity during Fire Door Safety Week in 2017.share-icon

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