Accredited to the internationally agreed ISO 9001 and 14001 standards and compliant with reputable awarding bodies, you can rest assured safety issues will be handled with professionalism and expertise.
We will design a safety system suitable for your premises and budget. Whether your fire safety audit highlights the need for a new fire door or the electrical rewiring of your premises, we will ensure you are legally compliant, as well as offer additional safety recommendations and make you aware of all the potential fire safety hazards in your premises.
All our engineers are trained to ensure each site is serviced in accordance with British Standards and the Fire Safety Order. Where relevant they are DBS checked, so whether your building is a school or an office, you can be sure you’re working with a trustworthy engineer.
Fire safety law for commercial premises
Premises used for non-domestic purposes fall under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Businesses must have a dedicated ‘responsible person’, which can be someone in your company or a professional fire safety company like Allsaved, who must carry out duties including conducting a fire risk assessment.
Learn more about the fire safety law and guidance for businesses on the Gov.uk website.
Fire safety law for domestic property
This area of law is covered by both the Housing Act 2004 and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. An excellent guide on fire safety provisions for certain types of housing has been published by LACORS. The government has also provided detailed information on fire safety for sleeping accommodation on its website.
Further guidance on fire safety hazards can be found on the Health & Safety Executive website.
From schools to subterranean substations, our experienced engineers conduct fire risk assessments, safety training, fire safety equipment maintenance and electrical testing at all kinds of premises.