Once a building has had a Fire Risk Assessment, several things might require urgent attention. These range from:
We provide on-going support to improve the passive fire protection affecting Fire Resisting walls, doors, floors and ceilings.
There are no simple issues, but they all need to be resolved to comply with the Fire Regulations. Time and time again we see clients so daunted by the demands of achieving compliance they spend too much money on the back of poor advice, over selling of equipment or simply don’t bother doing anything and brush the whole thing under the carpet hoping the problem will go away. It won’t…
With an FCMS specialist on board, we can completely project mange and oversee large projects. Our expertise will be working in your favour and we’ll be on your side – getting the right suppliers, the right balance of solutions, competitive prices and ultimately the most cost effective solutions available.
FCMS can manage the expectations of the Enforcing Bodies such as the Fire Authority or Building Control. Dealing with Architects and contractors can be problematic.
For an agreed daily rate or a price for a complete project, let FCMS take some of the pain out of Achieving Compliance.
FRACS has been designed to provide a ‘technical reference’ for the risk assessor; using the international standard for bodies operating certification of persons; BS EN ISO/IEC 17024: 2003. FRACS provides a standardised and nationally recognised certificate of competence.
Our professional team can deliver all types of Fire Safety solutions to your organisation.
So, don't delay and contact FCMS, the UK’s leading Fire Compliance Company.
A Nursing home employee who silenced a fire alarm and failed to carry out a search of the premises when a fire alarm sounded was convicted of a breach of Article 23(1)(a) of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Due to her lack of income Sykes was fined only £500. Christopher Morris, a Fire alarm engineer 56, of Llandudno, North Wales, had already been sentenced in relation to the same incident and was fined £5,000, was ordered to pay £6,000 prosecution costs.Read More...