Fire Safety

Avoiding loss and controlling fire safety risks

Businesses in the UK are legally required to maintain high standards in regard to fire safety. They must ensure that their premises are fire safe, and that their staff are suitably trained in fire procedures. They have to organise fire risk assessments to be conducted, and amongst other things, may need to check that smoke alarms and fire-fighting equipment are present and functioning properly, consider evacuation strategies for vulnerable people, or deal with the storage of hazardous materials.

That’s a lot of work, and a lot of specialist knowledge is needed. That’s where we come in.

Our fire specialists are experienced in working in a wide variety of different environments, and will ensure that you receive the best possible guidance. They will visit your premises to undertake the necessary surveys or Fire Risk Assessments, then provide you with a clear and concise report that enables you to take action swiftly to protect your staff and assets.

Our range of fire safety training courses are delivered by highly experienced firefighters, and include Fire Warden training, emergency evacuation procedures, and practical Fire Extinguisher training.

Fire risk assessments
We help you to identify all the fire hazards and risks in your workplace, and establish ways of amending them. Read more here…
Fire Safety in Construction
Specialist guidance on high risk environments.
Compartmentation and Fire Door surveying
Focusing on features to prevent the spread of fire, and increase the time available for emergency evacuation procedures.
Fire safety training (Fire Warden, carry down procedures, fire extinguisher, scenario based learning)
Practical guidance on assessing and reducing fire risks, planning evacuation and fire-fighting.
Fire safety strategy development (emergency evacuation procedures, Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans)
A range of training to support your business needs and legal requirements.
Fire Safety Systems Auditing
Comprehensive strategies to cover a range of scenarios.
Assessment of your existing systems and recommendations for improvements.


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Key Facts

25 people died in the UK in 2011—2012 in non-residential fires, and 1,200 people were injured.

Source: Department for Communities and Local Government Report: Fire Statistics, Great Britain 2011 – 2012

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