Your Safety Is Our Priority

  • Reliable Expertise
  • Extensive Risk Assessment
  • Professional Training

Fire Risk Assessment

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states that it is the responsible person who must carry out a fire risk assessment of any non-domestic premises.
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Fire Door Checks

Article 17 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 makes it a legal requirement to ensure that fire resisting doors and escape doors are correctly installed.
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Health & Safety Assessments

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 is the principal statute law regulating health and safety in the workplace. The Act creates duty holders and identifies who owe a duty towards.
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Fire Safety Training

In accordance, with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 every employee must know what do in a fire emergency.
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Evacuation Training

All building personnel, staff, visitors, guests, contractors must be able to safely evacuate your premises.
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Fire Safety Audits

Firecom Safety Systems offer a comprehensive auditing service to enable you to successfully budget for future costs.
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Fire Stopping

Fire stopping is typically used in buildings to prevent the spread of a fire which can cause a life risk to building occupants. Smoke and fire spread is contained by creating fire resistant compartments throughout the building, either horizontally or vertically, which subdivide the building. This can be in vertical risers, lift shafts or horizontal voids across suspended ceilings.
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Fire Consultancy Service

At Firecom Safety Systems we offer a unique and unrevealed service of advising you regarding all of fire safety and matters pertaining to it.
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About Us

Firecom Safety Systems prioritises fire safety in all building types to help your company successfully comply with all legal requirements. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 has provided a comprehensive set of guidelines and directives for fire safety which must be incorporated into all work places. However, this important legislation is frequently misinterpreted or overlooked which is why we provide the highest quality training and consultancy services.
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Comprised of a small team of assessors, Firecom Safety Systems goes one step further with their unique qualification in BS5839 (fire alarm systems). This additional qualification enables our team to know what type of fire alarm your building uses, whether it is suitable and sufficient, and if your building needs a fire alarm system.

A Dedicated Team

With Firecom Safety Systems, your company is supported by over 18 years of experience in the fire safety market as well as an assessment team with the necessary qualifications such as NEBOSH Level 3 and 4, and Fire Protection Association qualifications. With extensive experience from providing our services to small and medium sized companies, we are equipped to work with an array of establishments including, but not limited to:
  • Shops and offices
  • Warehouses and distribution centres
  • Schools, colleges and universities
  • Bed and breakfasts, Hotels and holiday cottages
  • Bars and restaurants
  • Care homes and nursing homes
  • Industrial premises
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In addition, most companies delegate an employee to be responsible for the company’s fire risks assessment, meaning one person is responsible for all fire safety matters. Yet, it is common that the significance and seriousness of the role is not fully understood by that employee. This easy going attitude, should a fire hazard occur, can result in not only the loss of life and property, but also lead to a court hearing. It is extremely important for all employees to be aware of fire risk and safety protocols, but professional training is essential for all delegated Fire Marshals.
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Relibale Expertise 
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Extensive Risk  Assessment
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Professional Training
Our qualifications also extend to Fire Extinguishers in relation to (BS5306 guidelines), Emergency Lighting Systems (BS5266 guidelines), Fire Suppression Systems, Dry Risers (BS9990 guidelines), Residential (BS9252 guidelines) and Commercial Fire Sprinkler Systems (BS9251 guidelines), safe evacuation of buildings (egress), Fire Doors (BS8214 guidelines) and the behaviour of people in fire situations.
We guarantee that your company will receive a fire risk assessment which is comprehensive and appropriate to your organisation.

Our approach

The nature of your building and its requirements are the most important element when it comes to our fire risk assessment and consultation - with us there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. As a regional business, we are committed to giving your company the time and attention that it requires. The delivery of our services comprises of the following steps:

Initial Questionnaire

This allows us to ascertain which fire safety measures are already being taken at your company and if they adhere to current fire legislation.
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Site Visit and Interview

This will require an on-site interview with the responsible employee for us to gauge how the fire safety procedures work at the company on an operational level.

Site Examination

This is an on-site examination of the premises in which we can identify significant fire hazards and provide an evaluation of the risks which arise from those hazards. Samples may also be taken if necessary.
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Identification of Vulnerable Individuals

It is important to identify all vulnerable personnel who may be especially at risk in the event of a real fire or drill so they are accounted for in our assessment.

Evaluation & Report

This is an evaluation of existing control measures and the point at which an FRA report is written for your company containing a record of any significant findings.
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Plan of Action

A plan of action will be made which addresses any fire safety deficiencies that were identified on-site. The plan will have a sensible revision period agreed upon by both the client and our assessor.

Final Consultation 

This is a chance for our assessor to go through the report and discuss and explain any fire safety measures so that the client understands what action needs to be taken and why. Implementing the changes we advise in our assessment guarantee that your company will achieve full legislative compliance. This consultation can be scheduled for an in-person or online meeting.
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In summary we offer a competitively priced comprehensive service. We do not play a ‘numbers game’ rushing from one site to another, but truly provide a quality, realistic ‘common sense’ service, collaborating with you to ensure you and your employees can be kept safe as well as compliant.

Some of our clients include:

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Contact Us

Unit 7B
Wilford & South Industrial Estate
Ruddington Lane
NG11 7EP

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