Fire Alarm Systems

    Keep your family and property safe with our fire alarms

systems. For more information please contact us today.

Intruder Alarms

Keep your family and property safe with our intrude alarms

systems. For more information please contact us today.

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Fire risk assessments must be taken at regular intervals to ensure maximum protection for you and those within the space you are assessing. They need to be taken when there is any reason to suspect a change since the previous assessment. When assessing your workspace, there are many categories that need to be looked at to make sure they aren’t a hazard.

First of all, an overview of the building that you are assessing. This includes the sole purpose of the building, the number of floors and rooms, the date of construction, the materials from which the building was made, any disabilities or mobility issues that affect the people who are regularly in the building, and the average number of people in the building at any given time, any visitors and anybody who’s first language is not English. Using a visitor book, depending on the purpose of your building, may help the guest number concerns, as it is important to have informed estimates of the amount of people who may be in the building.


The next thing that needs to be checked for a Fire Risk Assessment is any electrical sources that may create a fire. With these electrical sources, the date of the previous service and any issues that may have been found within the product need to be recorded. Also, during assessment, we check what heating products are within the building, e.g. radiators, heaters, ovens and boilers, and whether or not they have been involved in any previous fires.

Another issue that needs to be checked during the fire risk assessment is if smoking is prohibited within the building, and if there were any previous complications as a result of this, and if any action is already in place.

The fire exits also have to be clearly stated within your fire risk assessment to see if there has been any changes, or problems with them since the last assessment. It must also be noted when the fire and/or smoke alarms were last tested, how many times they’ve been tested, and any problem that may have occurred during this time also have to be noted.

A record of all fire prevention and safety equipment must be taken, to ensure that the building is taking the legal safety requirement needed. The equipment also has to be in service, with all the correct dates noted both on the equipment and the assessment.

Our Services – 

And many more! Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today for more information.

Fire Safety –
  • Supplying, installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems
  • Fire Extinguishers Servicing & Installation
  • Fire Equipment Servicing & Installation
  • Fire risk assessments
  • Emergency lighting
  • Automatic gas suppression systems
Security & Property Services –
  • Supplying, installation and maintenance of CCTV – We have been deemed a certified installer for Hikvision by Texecom
  • Intruder Alarms
  • TV Aerials



Care Home Safety Equipment –
  • Disabled refuge systems
  • Fire telephone systems
  • Accessible Toilet Alarm Kit
  • Addressable Call Systems
  • Bed exit interface sockets
  • Room status controller



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