Nursing home building regulations should be more stringent, says Dublin Fire Brigade
Current safety measures are outdated, according to DFB, which says sprinkler systems should be necessary
Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) has warned that current building regulations for nursing homes in Ireland are outdated and should be made more stringent, according to recently filed planning documents.
It is the latest attempt by DFB to raise the issue of what it sees as insufficiently robust regulations around fire safety for nursing homes.
DFB is the buildings control authority for a number of local authorities in Dublin. On several occasions over the past five...
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