Fire Door Inspection
Fire Door Inspection forms an integral part of passive fire protection within the buildings construction and without the appropriate specifications, a regular expert fire door inspection & quality maintenance procedures, fire doors are significantly less likely to be effective in providing protection for your building and the safety of those contained within, Insist on Third Party Certified Fire Door Inspection & Fire Door Maintenance as “Correctly Fitted & Maintained Fire Doors, Save Lives & Property”
Fire Doors are in place to protect against the spread of fire and smoke within, into or out of a building, therefore, those responsible for the building and the safety of its occupants need to ensure there is a preventive maintenance program for the fire doors in accordance with fire regulations and this can be established through comprehensive fire door inspection.
Fire door Inspection and testing should be carried every 6 or 12 months to ensure their complete compliance and a written record of the fire door inspection should be kept by the person responsible. This fire door inspection report should then be kept in the event it is required.
Fire Door Maintenance
Fire doors and all passive fire protection elements within the building play a part in the fire safety of a building and therefore in reducing risk to those within, so properly maintained fire doors form an essential element of the fire safety plan for every building. Check your Fire Doors Using our simple £1 Coin Gap Check, if your Fire Doors fail this simple Gap Check, Contact us right away, “Correctly Installed Fire doors can Save Lives & Properties”
Regulatory Fire Safety Order
When the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into force over in England and Wales it transferred the responsibility for Fire Safety from the fire authorities to whoever has day-to-day responsibility for the premises. The responsible person must ensure they take steps to reduce the risk from fire for those contained within the building and consider how to contain a fire should one break out.