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360 Fire Limited - Accreditations. 

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Fire Safety saves lives and, as a result, the industry is highly regulated to ensure that the right equipment is installed and maintained by the right people

Our accreditations listed above are testimony to the commitment & investment made by 360 Fire Limited to ensure that the services we provide to our customers comply with all industry regulations, including the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. To ensure that 360 Fire Limited continually improves as a business, our engineers attend extensive internal and external training courses. This guarantees that they are up-to-date with all aspects of Fire Safety legislation. In addition, 360 Fire Limited is also proud to be a member of the BSI (British Standards Institution). Our customers benefit from this membership, as they are regularly informed of the latest updates to Fire Safety Legislation

360 Fire Limited engineers are fully trained, to the standards prescribed in BS5839-1 and BS5839-6, to carry out the following;

  • Fire Detection Design, covering all aspects of the design and consultancy services for Fire Detection Systems, as required to meet the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Our advanced knowledge of current and future protection systems allows true value engineering to fulfil the specific needs of our customers

  • Installation and Testing of hard wired fire detection and alarm systems, including the component parts of the system and on to testing the system in preparation for the commissioning engineer

  • Fire Alarm Maintenance and Servicing - all aspects of periodic and preventative maintenance, false alarm management and certification is provided

  • Advanced Alarm Commissioning, including all aspects of this work, from testing components and circuits, operation of ancillary equipment, through to the final documentation and handover to the client and 'responsible person'

In addition, the following also apply

  • Fire Risk Assessment (Responsibilities and Procedures) - the Regulatory Reform {Fire Safety) Order 2005 placed the requirement for fire safety in to the hands of the owner, manager or employer of non-domestic premises; they are deemed to be the 'responsible person' and have a duty to produce a Fire Risk Assessment. 360 Fire engineers are trained to act as a specialised 'competent person', providing assistance and advice to the 'responsible person' on Fire Risk Assessments, as well as the associated responsibilities and legal requirements