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The Process Of Works
The installation of fire tested systems to form adequate passive fire protection within a building provides compartmentation or fire resistance to parts of the buildings fabrics to ensure that fire and smoke cannot pass from one compartment to another within a period of time. The fire protection of the buildings structure also plays a crucial part in maintaining the safe evacuation of occupants.
Passive Fire Protection systems must always be recorded, that’s why we use specialist electronic recording software to ensure all of the passive fire protection systems installed is fully recorded and given individual unique seal numbers which plays a key part of the buildings health & safety file.
The certification is a valuable part of the process, being third party accredited by FIRAS this demonstrates our competence to install passive fire protection systems to strict manufacturers specification and also record and provide the required documentation.
Compliance matters, that’s why we have compliance managers who will regularly attend during the works to carry out inspections of our engineers to assess that the works are being installed inline with fire tested solutions and manufacturer specifications.
Regular maintenance surveys must be completed to any system which is installed as part of a life safety system, Fire compartments can be breached by other trades and not reported during a buildings life it is critical that any breaches are suitably sealed to ensure the safety of the occupants and provide sufficient time for the evacuation of the building or to assist the emergency services attending.
Our Other Services
We provide a full range of passive fire protection services to add to the safety of your buildings and also follow up with maintenance, remedial works and inspections. You can see our other services listed below:
FIRAS third party accredited, expert passive fire protection services from the professionals at CRS.