Fire Extinguishers should be fully-functioning and be able to protect your premises and your people from the dangers of fire
Fire Extinguishers should also comply with ‘The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Act 2005’ by having the correct type and quantity of extinguishers available and ensuring that they are regularly maintained.
Alert Supply, Commission and Maintain Fire Extinguishers
- Supply of Fire Extinguishers
- Fire Extinguisher important information
- Commissioning of Fire Extinguishers
- Fire Extinguisher maintenance
- How to use a Fire Extinguisher
- Fire Extinguisher legislation
Ensuring Fire Extinguishers are serviced correctly just makes sense – why risk trying to fight a fire with an extinguisher that has lost its pressure or is empty?
Make sure that you have the correct number and type of extinguishers located throughout your building.
There are many factors to consider when choosing which fire extinguishers you require.
There include the use and main activities of the building, floor space and fire exit placements. Your Fire Risk Assessment will also highlight other factors that are specific to your situation.
Our fire extinguishers can help your staff fight a small fire (obviously they would need to be trained), therefore preventing a full evacuation of the building and the risk of the fire spreading.
A small fire can easily and safely be extinguished, so ensure that the correct type and quantity are readily available around your property.
Contact us about of Fire Marshal Training courses to ensure your staff are confident in using the equipment.
All fire extinguishers from Alert Fire and Security are stamped with CE Mark, installed to BS 5306-8: 2003 and commissioned and maintained to BS 5306-3: 2009
With an Alert Fire & Security Maintenance Package, you can quickly call out an Engineer if an extinguisher becomes damaged, used, or the pressure drops meaning that the number of fire fighting units is not compromised.
IMPORTANT: If ordering fire extinguishers online, they must be officially commissioned in situ before they can be used by anyone.
By commissioning a fire extinguisher there many elements to consider including CE Marks, pressure gauges, weights, tamper seals, nozzle attachments, damage free and suitable storage and placement options, installed to BS 5306-8: 2003 standard.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Act 2005 states a fire extinguisher should be commissioned by a ‘competent person’.
Are you comfortable taking on that responsibility or forcing it on an employee?
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Below is just a selection of the most popular signs, but we supply a huge range.
Please contact for specific requests if you cannot see the sign you need below.