Verity Stone

Hi, I’m Verity! WFP’s Head of Communications. As well as ensuring our customers are happy with their service, I’m a huge fan of spreading the word about fire safety, security and electrical need-to-knows to help keep businesses safe and legally compliant.

London & South East England Prestige awards

WFP Wins ‘Fire Protection Service of the Year’ Award

WFP are winners of the Prestige Awards’ ‘Fire Protection Service of the Year’ accolade 2022! This time two years ago we were all experiencing our first national lockdown during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Now, we’re winning an award for our dedication and expertise in fire protection services! What a journey and a story do we have …

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5 Ways to Reduce Your Business’s Carbon Footprint

Whether you’re a business owner or property manager, you’ve got a responsibility to maintain that building so it stays safe and legally compliant… But let’s not forget about energy-efficiency. It’s time to take a look at your company’s carbon footprint. Before we dive into the five ways to reduce your business’s carbon footprint, let’s first …

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Top 10 Fire Safety Tips for Diligent Property Management

A must-read for any property manager or facilities manager charged with ensuring their people are safe, and their premises is legally compliant. There are hundreds of components making up the schedule of responsibility within property management. Fire safety is just one cog in that huge machine, but it’s an incredibly crucial one. No one expects …

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Your Complete Guide to Emergency Evacuation Alert Systems

In Scotland, it’s the law to have emergency evacuation alert systems in residential buildings above 18m. It’s believed this will eventually become the standard across the UK, especially as we’re seeing more stringent fire safety regulations following the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017 and the subsequent cladding scandal. The following article is a helpful read …

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