- Heritage buildings
- Hotels, guest houses and Inns
- Telecommunications facilities
- Industrial food production areas
- Automotive test facilities
- Information Technology (IT)
- Village halls & community pavilions and clubs
Hotels, guest houses and Inns
It is true to say that the number of fires within these buildings appears to be falling. This is part way due to the changes in how these buildings have been designed and used over the past 30 years. Fire safety has been high on the agenda and as a result fire prevention methods covering active and passive protection have been implemented and improved. However, fires do still happen!
As part of our fire risk assessments we check compliance with current legislation to make sure that all that can be done is being done to protect guests and staff within these buildings. We assess means of escape, evacuation times, smoke and fire prevention measures, passive protection measures, fire alarm and detection systems, fire fighting equipment, signage and record keeping. Life safety is our primary concern when inspecting these premises.