FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINTENANCE
According to British legislation, "All fire extinguishers must be inspected and maintained to BS 5306:3-9 2015 at least annually. This must be carried out by a "competent person", using the appropriate tools, incorporating any special procedures, which are currently recommended by the manufacturer".
We offer a free, no obligation, Site Survey, whereby our engineer will visit your establishment and carry out a full health check of your fire protection. We can then ascertain the overall quality of your equipment and provide a full quotation; upon agreement of the quotation, we can usually carry out the service straight away, to ensure that you are fully compliant to the current standard, alternatively we can make suitable arrangements to come back at another time if preferred.
[This is available to anyone within Birmingham and the West Midlands catchment area].
The basic service is carried out at your premises at a time convenient to you, the cost includes any consumable parts, or spares that need to be replaced all prices are plus V.A.T charged at the current rate.
Upon completion of payment of our service, a certificate of maintenance will be issued listing the quantity and types of fire extinguisher that have passed inspection.
OUR SITE SURVEY WILL TELL YOU:
What types of fire equipment are most suitable for your premises based on floor area/layout and the specific fire hazards or additional risks.
The type, number and size of fire extinguishers or other fire safety equipment required based on the types and level of risk.
Where the fire equipment should be positioned within your site.
OTHER FACTORS WE CONSIDER:
Possible effects on health and safety of the operator when the equipment is used.
Possible adverse effects or contamination of your manufacturing processes or equipment of particular extinguishants.
Possible effects on the local environmental which could be caused by the equipment or it's extinguishants.
Portable Appliance Testing is an electrical safety test of all electrical appliances. It is a legal requirement for all employers and Landlords to ensure that appliances are safe and well maintained. The Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989 places responsibility of ensuring all appliances within the work place are safe to use firmly with the employer. Compliance can be achieved by a regular test programs which we can tailor to meet your requirements.
PAT Testing is the process of testing all electrical appliances both visually and manually to determine if they are fit to use.
We undertake the testing and inspection of in-service electrical equipment to ensure all users are suitably protected from potential danger. This is conducted in compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, insurance requirements and IEE Code of Practice for the In Service Inspection and Testing of Portable Appliances.
You will be issued with an asset register detailing all appliances tested including test results and any comments or recommendations. Each appliance will be labelled and given a unique identification number
Our experienced engineers will test for:
Signs of damage to both the supply cord (IEC lead) and appliance
Correct fuse fitting and type
Live, Neutral and Earth wire integrity
Inspection of the plug and leads
By conducting a thorough examination of all of the relevant factors, we provide you with full documentation to prove that your PAT test was completed properly and effectively.