Fire Doors Rite Fire Door Maintenance services will provide you with on-going regulation compliance, and with that comes peace of mind.
Since 2005, there is a legal requirement under the Regulatory Reform (Fire safety) Order that fire doors are “subject to a suitable system of maintenance and are maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair”.
Your responsibilities are clear and therefore your failure to comply with these regulations may result in prosecution and expensive fines not to mention, in severe cases, imprisonment.
The basis to the fire door maintenance required comes directly from our fire door inspection report and therefore you will be able to see in advance what work is required and why the work is required.
Once doors have been assessed and are compliant, we can issue certification under both our BM Trada Q-Mark scheme for Fire Door Maintenance.
We go that bit further to ensure you get the best fire door maintenance service and the reason this differs from our competitors is because our bespoke software will automatically email our clients reminding them that their next maintenance of fire doors is due enabling them to achieve their duty of care under the RRFSO (Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order).
This enables us to help you ensure complete safety of your occupants at all times, as well as making sure that you in line with all the up to date fire safety regulations.
Getting a quote for Fire Door Maintenance from Fire Doors Rite will mean peace of mind on the standard of work with our certification from BM Trada Q-Mark scheme.
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