Fire Door Inspection simply means that we check all your fire doors on-site to ensure they are safe, compliant and effective against protecting occupants against smoke and flame in the event of a fire.
We undertake a total of 34 industry-specific fire door inspection checks on each and every fire door, we’ll then provide you with a full and detailed report, including pictures, so you can actually see the potential hazards of any incorrectly installed fire doors.
Our fire door inspection report will then outline a set of recommendations, including essential works required to meet the current guidelines and safety regulations, as well as a list of non-critical but advisable works.
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We don’t leave things to chance when we get involved with your Fire Doors and we make sure that you are covered for aspects of fire door safety and this is helped through the use of our bespoke Fire Doors Rite software.
The first step in a fire door inspection or a fire door audit, is identification. Whether you are identifying a single fire door or multiple fire doors in a hospital, multi-storey office building or single dwelling, identification is the first step to an easy audit trail.
Our bespoke fire door inspection software allows you to take advantage of advanced electronic identification technologies such as RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) or barcodes.
Visual identification of assets is prone to human error and generally consists of a minimum 3 to 4 survey sheets. With electronic identification, fire doors are identified instantly and error free, showing any previous defects, who inspected and when, the next planned inspection and the fire door maintenance history of the door.
Getting a quote for a Fire Door Inspection from Fire Doors Rite will ensure that through our 34 industry-specific fire door inspection you are going to get the most comprehensive inspection in the industry.
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