Fire safety equipment is found in every industry, providing fundamental protection should a fire start. Extinguishers and fire doors are two vital pieces of apparatus that require regular inspection.
No matter the industry or location, being aware of how to act in the event of a fire is a vital for all employees.
In historic buildings, it is particularly important to ensure a suitable FRA is carried out and that a fire safety plan is in place. This category of premises comes with its own challenges with access areas, preservation orders and hazards.
No matter the product or material being manufactured, warehouses and factories must take the necessary steps to ensure fire safety precautions are in place.
Property landlords are responsible for the fire safety of their tenants, ensuring that the appropriate safety measures are in place.
As a vital part of a Facilities Managers' role, fire safety services must be given due attention.
Property managers must ensure that fire safety standards are met and that regular servicing plans are in place.
In order to provide the highest quality service to our customers, many Churches Fire technicians are qualified in several fire safety disciplines.
Across the UK, for thousands of businesses, Churches Fire technicians are working to maintain the correct operating standards for fire extinguishers.
In thousands of shops, schools, care homes, hotels, factories and offices across the UK, fire extinguishers are positioned ready to be used should a fire occur.