As a business owner, it is your responsibility to keep your premises and employees safe from fire. The breakout of a fire can be devastating to your business, the building, and the people, and you are required by law to do everything you can to protect your workplace from fire.
Fire safety services Scottish Borders are used to protect various buildings and business premises from fire, and this includes everything from an initial risk assessment to installation of fire safety equipment. It is a legal requirement that a competent person completes fire risk assessments and installation of equipment, and this is where AIM Fire and Security’s fire safety service Scottish Borders can help.
What are fire safety services Scottish Borders?
There are various aspects of fire safety that must be considered when you are a business owner, and fire safety service Scottish Borders can help you to ensure that you are staying on the right side of the law. AIM Fire and Security can cover all aspects of fire safety, including installing and maintaining fire and smoke alarms and installing and servicing fire extinguishers.
It is a legal requirement that all premises are equipped with fire alarms, detectors and fire-fighting equipment, and as well as having an appropriate alarm in place, they must also be professionally installed and maintained by a competent person. At AIM Fire and Security, we always follow the British Standard guide, BS5839, for the standard for fire alarm and fire detection systems.
When it comes to fire extinguishers, it is essential that these are checked every year by a competent professional, to ensure that they are in good repair and efficient working order. Our experienced technicians are fully trained to install and service all types of fire extinguishers and will check for any damage to the extinguishers including dents or rust, damage to the hose such as fraying or splitting, that the tamper deal is in place, and that the pressure and weight is correct. When you choose our fire safety services, Scottish Borders, a technician will visit your business premises to complete installations or services and offer advice on how to keep your equipment in good working order.