When fire strikes the consequences can be deadly, both in terms of your property and the people in your care.
That is why it is vital that you have a fully functional Fire Alarm System. It is the first line of defence, helping to save lives and giving fire fighters a chance to limit damage to your premises as best they can.
Like any piece of equipment a fire alarm system needs to be maintained and not left to deteriorate as standby batteries will lose power if left unchecked. The potential consequences of this are all too obvious.
Not only is testing a requirement of your insurance provider it is a legal requirement that all systems are tested regularly.
Article 17 of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states that the person responsible for the premises must ensure a weekly test is carried out by a competent person; this can be the landlord, manager or a person who has been properly trained.
Our fire alarm testing personnel will ensure you always meet the requirements of Article 17 of the Order:
By carrying out these tests on a regular basis staff working on site will feel safe in the knowledge that you, as their employer/landlord, are treating both their safety and the safety of the building as a priority.
System tests carried out on a regular basis is one of the most important elements of fire alarm maintenance.
Prior to carrying out the weekly fire test:
When carrying out the test LogiScan Fire and Security will:
It is important to keep the log book in a safe place, somewhere that is easily accessible, as this will enable our inspection team to check all the test results.