There is a legal requirement for those responsible for buildings under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order to ensure that all fire doors continue to retain their ability to resist the passage and spread of fire throughout their working lives. However, their fire resistance capabilities can be seriously compromised if they are not maintained by an individual who has appropriate knowledge of this complex life safety product.
By being a member of the BM TRADA Q-Mark Fire Door Maintenance scheme, we assure our customers that we are suitably qualified to carry out the maintenance work to a standard that will allow the product to continue to perform as required.
ISO 9001 is one of the standards within the range of ISO 9000 standards. ISO 9001: 2008 standards replaced the previous ISO 9001: 2000 and its objective is to provide quality management systems that will be of real benefit to an organisation to help manage their business effectively and put in place best practice methodology.
BAFE was Established in 1984 and is an independent organisation dedicated to improving standards in fire protection. BAFE is the not for profit, registration body for Companies throughout the UK that achieve third party certification for their fire protection services. Organisations that are registered to BAFE schemes demonstrate a commitment to service excellence.
The FIA covers all the key aspects of fire safety training. From basic fire detection design to detailed training for specific issues such as Approved Document B, FIA training courses offer real and tangible benefits for all involved in fire protection from designer to user.
Constructionline provides a rigorous checking process, which ensures that all suppliers are qualified, therefore standards are uncompromised.
CHAS is one of the founders of third party accreditation. They are not only a trusted advisor on health & safety compliance, they are an authority. They set industry benchmarks, provide assurance and reassurance, and offer best-in-class services that are easy to use and cost effective.
Gate Safe was set up in 2010, in the wake of the tragic deaths of two children crushed by automated gates, in separate accidents. Gate Safe - which has been commended by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) for its ‘pioneering approach’ - was established to improve the understanding of existing legislation and standards, and to offer further guidance in ‘plain english’ to aid the interpretation of what constitutes a safe gate. The charity focuses on raising awareness of the critical safety issues associated with powered gates amongst the wide range of professionals associated with these types of installations, via training and education.