Fire stoppers offers an array of consultative services to both the commercial sector and residential develioments. For a more detailed synopsis on our consultative approach, please see the information below.
We offer consult services from site survey, to risk assesment and everything in between. Use our contact form, or click on the get a quote button below to see what peace of mind will cost.
A Fire Risk Assessment (FRA) reviews the fire hazards present in your building.
During the FRA, we garner in-depth insights into those situations that if left unchecked could result in your business suffering the disastrous effects of a fire.
A fire safety survey is a detailed and methodical examination of a company’s premises, and the activities it carries out there, to determine ways in which the threat from the fire can be minimised.
Our Fire will produce a report identifying any potential shortcomings in your current fire management system. This confidential report will also offer cost effective solutions where needed.
Making those in the building aware of fires and the devastation they can cause is a pivotal part of ensuring their safety.
That is the purpose of our fire safety inspections. By closely examining the existing systems in place, we will recommend any improvements that may need to be made to ensure your building and staff remain safe.
A Fire Safety Management System is one of the most important aspects of passive fire protection.
There are varying levels of complexity involved in choosing a FSMS that is best suited to your business and premises needs. We can offer you impartial advice on choosing the best FSMS for your building.
A fire emergency evacuation plan (FEEP) is a written document which includes the action to be taken by all staff in the event of fire and the arrangements for calling the fire brigade.
It can include any relevant information in relation to the FEEP. Our fire experts can assist in drafting a suitable plan for your building and staff.
Our fire specialists can visit your premises and if required, develop full fire procedures, including a fire evacuation plan, in conjunction with your key personnel. A fire evacuation plan outlines what your employees should do in the event of a fire in your business’s premises.
A high-quality evacuation plan that is regularly practised, can ensure employees know how to safely and quickly leave the building in the event of a fire.
We are experts when it comes to passive fire protection.