Links

International Links

FIG has links with InFIRE (International Network of Fire Information and Reference Exchange) which is based in the USA and has members throughout Europe and in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Through CFPA Europe (Confederation of Fire Protection Associations) we are also able to make contact with many other fire-related organisations.

Product Recalls

The links to organisations and databases that give information about products that have been recalled – particularly in the UK.

As new links are found they will be added to this listing. FIG UK welcome any new sources – if you know of any validated and authoritative links please send to Sheila Pantry, email: sp@sheilapantry.com

UK Electrical Safety Council (ESC)

www.esc.org.uk/public/guides-and-advice/product-recalls

UK Electrical Safety Council product checker contains the details of electrical products that have been recalled since 2007. If you have searched for a product that you own and it is not listed, this means that it has not been recalled and should be safe to use. However, if you do have concerns about its safety, contact the retailer or manufacturer to alert them to a potential problem.

UK Trading Standards Institute

www.tradingstandards.gov.uk/advice/advice-recall-list.cfm

UK Trading Standards Institute Product recalls are made by traders about products that have problems which could affect the safety of the user/consumer. The product should not be used and should be returned to the trader. Any trader wishing to display their recall / safety notice on the Trading Standards Institute should email it to publications@tsi.org.uk.

UK Product Safety Recalls

www.ukrecallnotice.co.uk

UK Product Safety Recall Notifications for the United Kingdom only. They include: Notifications received from Retailers; Publications from the National Press; Notification from UK Recall Notice Members and Family and Friends. Currently manufacturers and Retailers publish Safety Recalls in the National Press and with their respective retail outlets. It is our objective to use the power of the Web to inform as many people as possible as fast as possible of Product Recalls as and when they appear in the National Press or we receive them direct from Retailers or Suppliers.