Fire extinguisher preventative and routine maintenance is crucial to protecting your people, property and assets. EFire offer a range of maintenance packages to suit your budget requirements in compliance with the recommendations of British Standard 5306 Part 3 2009.
EFire offers a national dry and wet riser service in accordance with the recommendations of British Standard 9990:2006. Our qualified and experienced service technicians carry out tests that are designed to mimic the conditions of use that would be experienced if a connection was made by a Fire Brigade.
In addition to the completion of compliance service visits our technicians are able to carry out any repairs that may be a result of failed or damaged equipment. Upon the completion of all repairs a final test will be carried out to ensure that the riser will perform in accordance with the recommendations of BS9990:2006.
All EFire technicians have undertaken an industry standard training course with Jalite for the installation of fire safety signage as laid out in the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 and are able to design, supply and install fire safety signage in accordance with British Standard 5499.
We recommend installing emergency lighting systems to compliment our fire extinguisher equipment. In the case of an emergency and the lighting going out, your staff will be able to navigate themselves if needed to your fire equipment or to the nearest safe exit.
"With over 20 year's experience in the supply, installation and maintenance of fire extinguishing equipment EFire is committed to providing exceptional standards of customer service and technical support.
As a testament to the quality of the fire extinguishers all are supplied with a five year manufacturers warranty.
Our technical support staff will provide free advice on the types of fire extinguishers that are available and will also carry out free of charge surveys to ensure that your business is compliant with current legislative requirements.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places legally enforceable requirements on the "responsible person" and organisations for the safety of the relevant persons within the premises in the event of a fire. The "responsible person" must ensure that the premises and any facilities, equipment and devices provided in respect of the premise are subject to a system of maintenance and are maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and good repair.
British Standard 5306 Part 3 2009 recommends the annual inspection and service of fire extinguishers by a competent person. A competent person is defined as anyone appointed by the responsible person and someone who is qualified through training and experience to undertake the service and maintenance.
In addition to the annual service it is recommended that the "responsible person" carries out a visual inspection of all extinguishers and fire safety equipment on a regular basis to determine if the extinguisher has been discharged or damaged. This inspection is recommended at monthly intervals.