The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 is the legislation which requires a Fire Risk Assessment to be carried out and applies to virtually every place of work.
These risk assessments must be carried out and reviewed regularly in order to comply with legislation and keep your premises safe, usually on an annual basis.
Fire alarm systems are absolutely crucial to the safety of you and your employees, and it is vital that you have the best fire alarm system for your property. FSE design, supply, install and commission all types of fire alarm systems to provide emergency protection for your building and assets in accordance with BS 5839 Part 1 (2013).
FSE currently provides fire sprinkler services to some of the UK’s largest warehouses and manufacturing plants. These services also include regular servicing and maintenance of sprinkler pumps to ensure that in a fire situation the sprinkler system performed successfully as designed. FSE are approved to LPCB: LPS 1301 standards.
Portable fire extinguishers should be provided in the workplace as a means of giving building personnel a means of extinguishing or controlling a small fire. Fire extinguishers should be installed and serviced on annual basis in accordance with BS5306 guidelines and The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Current legislation requires all UK businesses to have a method of dealing with a small fire on the premises.
Modern kitchens are often a prime threat in terms of fires because they have constant high temperatures and flammable liquids. There are currently three LPS 1223 approved kitchen fire suppression systems on the market to help you protect your kitchen and those who work in it. These are Ansul R102, Amerex KP and SafetyChef Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems. All three are effective in suppressing commercial kitchen range fires, with detection and suppression options available to suit any scenario possible in your kitchen.
FSE is utilising one of the industry’s most progressive patented technologies to create dry mist for water mist fire suppression. Using water and our specialist, low pressure technology we are able to achieve 25 micron or less droplet size, compared to the industry average of 100 micron.
This means that the water mist fire suppression takes place by not only cooling the fire, but also starving the fire of oxygen, which results in far less damage than with a traditional sprinkler system.
FSE have enormous experience in fire suppression for the catering industry as well as specialist applications for industry, printing presses, CNC lathes and other specialist production equipment. Design, installation and commissioning is carried out in accordance with BS 5306-4:2001. Our engineers are always highly trained, can provide recognised industry accreditation’s on request and the company has years of experience providing successful fire suppression systems to a wide range of National clients.
Dry Riser Systems are used to protect industrial and high-rise buildings. FSE provides a full in house dry riser service, not sub-contracted and in accordance with BS5990 standards. Dry riser mains are an excellent means of fire protection, allowing considerable quantities of water to be quickly and directly transporting to relevant locations.
A professionally installed intruder alarm could make a tremendous difference to the security of your home or business. Recent studies suggest that homes protected by intruder alarms are 60% less likely to be targeted by criminals and the noise generated by alarms is a proven deterrent to potential thieves.
Having a professionally installed and maintained intruder alarm could also help reduce your insurance premiums.
Fixed Wire and Portable Appliances Testing (PAT testing) are the systematic checking of any electrical equipment, services or systems which have a plug and conduct electricity in a building. These tests ensure that such equipment is safe to use.
Our engineers will interpret the results of the Fixed Wire and PAT tests to let you know whether your electrical appliances are safe to use.
We can offer design, installation and maintenance of vehicle fire suppression systems ranging from dry power applications to AFFF suppressant systems.
Amerex vehicle system cylinders are manufactured from the highest quality materials to the highest industry standards. Amerex utilises their engineering, manufacturing and quality control expertise to ensure impressive vehicle fire suppression.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 has made fire training a legal requirement for companies. FSE provides expertly delivered in-house training packages nationwide at our customer’s premises to minimise working disruption. Our programmes can be tailored to suit individuals’ and companies’ needs in terms of fire safety and dealing with the potential risks at your workplace.
The purpose of a fire door is to help protect those who use the building whether a commercial premises or residential building. Fire doors are part of a building’s passive fire protection system, an essential requirement for ALL public buildings, offices and factories.
FSE Ltd have a great deal of experience installing and repairing fire doors with our trained and skilled engineers.
Fire stopping systems are items which increase fire-resistance by reducing the ability of fire to spread throughout a building or an area. The main benefit of using fire stopping systems and passive fire protection systems is that in the event of a fire it is contained in just one area - one room for as long a period of time as possible. This has the obvious benefits of allowing more time for a safe evacuation and more time for fire fighters to get to the scene, as well as greatly reducing the damage caused by the fire spreading.
FSE Fire Safety Systems Ltd is a company that is fully compliant and accredited to the highest standards within the fire and security industry. In choosing our services our clients have 100% confidence in knowing that materials and services are always delivered to a high professional standard ensuring 100% compliance.