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Since the introduction of the “Fire Safety Order” in 2005, which came into force on the 1st of October 2006, if you manage or operate a business you will need to comply with the fire safety law.
The Order applies to virtually all buildings, places and structures other than private dwellings. It is the responsibility of the appointed persons to make sure your workplace reaches the required standard and that all employees are provided with adequate fire safety training. The FSO “Fire Safety Order” places the emphasis on risk reduction through “Risk Assessments”, which will be carried out by persons or owners responsible for the building. This identifies risks and hazards in the premises. The “Risk Assessment” is mandatory and all risks and hazards must be recorded, if you have a total of five employees or more.
Here at Waveley, we have invested greatly in our staff and management to provide the most up to date training and knowledge in design, installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems to meet British Standard 5839 Part 1.
We at Waveley can provide the following systems:
Simple and cost-effective systems:
• Conventional fire alarm systems for a small busines
• On-site public address systems to communicate emergency messages in a larger building
• Monitored alarm systems protecting your office from smoke and fire damage.
Advance and hi spec systems:
• An addressable fire alarm solution supervising many devices, for a busy office to help protect people and property
• Web alert communication system for mass distribution of messages to a number of employees across a factory site
• Monitored carbon monoxide detectors, installed in hotels and nursing homes, to protect people while they sleep.
The advantages to the systems above are simple; It protects your property, assets and people within. A system can be linked to our 24/7, 365 day monitoring station, which has direct links with the local fire brigade. All systems can be integrated with each other.