Grenfell was a terrible fire and a huge communications challenge

Four weeks on and the devastation caused by the Grenfell Tower fire is still unfolding. The communication challenges are endless, and as new issues morph into existence the potential to confuse people with information overload is in itself a fire safety concern.

by Glenn Sebright
Firefighters look up at the Grenfell Tower, some of the 200 who attended the scene of the fire (pic credit: Peter MacDiarmid/REX/Shutterstock)
Firefighters look up at the Grenfell Tower, some of the 200 who attended the scene of the fire (pic credit: Peter MacDiarmid/REX/Shutterstock)

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