FCMS currently have a full suite of class room Fire Training courses all of which contain our unique training techniques based on ‘Human Behaviour’ .
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.
Pete is an experienced Fire Safety Practitioner having over 36 years operating within the Fire Industry, a significant amount of which was serving within a local authority Fire & Rescue Service. Pete has personally completed in excess of 4,000 Fire Risk Assessments.
His specialist area is achieving and sustaining Fire Compliance. Pete’s background and experience is central to the design of a unique Fire Compliance Scheme which is a complete turnkey package of support made site-specific, yet bespoke to each client. Using a simple 4 step method, FCMS ‘Guarantee’ our clients will achieve compliance with the Fire Regulations allowing our clients to concentrate on what they do best - running their business.
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.
FRACS Registration Number: FRA35
Our technical team of experienced and qualified Fire Risk Assessors are chosen carefully.
Each member of our team have the additional background of having served within a local authority Fire & Rescue Service as an Enforcement Officer so they are ahead of the game in understanding what is required to ensure Compliance with the Fire regulations can be achieved. There are no such thing as problems, only solutions.
Although based in the North West, Pete and his team, operate nationwide offering a quality level of support from a one off Fire Risk Assessment to major projects for corporate clients having either a single large site or organisations having multi-sites located around the UK or abroad.
A Liverpool landlord has been handed a fine of £40,000 and ordered to pay £6,000 in prosecution costs after admitting to breaching five fire safety rules. Mr John Gregson, who owned a three storey building consisting of flats above a Chinese restaurant, admitted to not installing a fire alarm after a massive blaze nearly resulted in fatalities. Warren Spencer, prosecuting, said: “It’s not as if there was a fire alarm that wasn’t working. There was no fire alarm.”Read More...