For reliable fire protection services in Chester, look no further than North West Fire Solutions. We provide a wide range of services, including fire risk assessments, fire door inspections in Chester, fire safety training, and much more.
We’re always aiming to raise fire safety standards in the UK and our fire protection services in Chester help to achieve that.
Fire Door Inspection in Chester
Fire doors are a vital part of a building’s passive fire protection system in order to prevent the spread of fire. They’re crucial to ensuring that all occupants of a building are able to evacuate safely in the unfortunate event of a fire.
NW Fire Solutions can provide a detailed fire door inspection in Chester, where we will compile a report on the condition, function, and durability of all fire doors on your premises. We can identify instances where the fire resistance of your fire doors has been compromised, so that you’re able to carry out remedial works to reduce liability and overall risk.
As part of our fire door inspection service in Chester, NW Fire Solutions will create a survey report. This highlights any deficiencies and remedial action required to bring your fire doors within legal tolerances, with photographs as supporting evidence.
Additionally, each fire door will be tagged with a unique ID for easy identification, helping to put your mind at ease knowing that you’re fully protected and complying with the Fire Safety Regulatory Reform Order 2005.
Fire Risk Assessments in Chester
It is a legal obligation for a business owner, landlord or managing agent of a property to ensure that the property meets all of the necessary fire safety requirements.
With little-to-no history about the building it can be difficult, which is why a fire risk assessment is an ideal tool. It provides you with an action plan to improve upon the building's fire risk management.
Our fire risk assessments in Chester are an organised inspection of your premises to ascertain if there are any fire hazards that could cause harm, identifying the measures currently in place, and estimating the level of risk for existing hazards. The aim of a fire risk assessment is to remove any hazards and to reduce them to an acceptable level of safety.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, a fire risk assessment is a legal requirement for most types of buildings used as a place of work, or residential buildings made up of more than a single dwelling. The fire safety risk assessment may also reveal a need for other fire safety surveys, such as a fire compartmentation or external wall survey.