Fire safety systems for care homes
Care homes provide help and support for vulnerable people and an important part of their duty is to provide safety within their buildings and to protect residents from the threat and outbreak of fire. Due to the nature of care homes it is essential that fire protection is well planned and procedures are communicated effectively.
Guidance for making a care home safe is covered under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Under this order the responsible person for the home must:
- Carry out a fire risk assessment
- Consider who is most at risk
- Provide general fire precautions
- Install any necessary fire safety systems for protection against flammable materials
- Create an evacuation plan
Here at Surefire our fire protection experts are able to work with care home management teams to plan and carry out any fire protection requirements to make their care homes as safe as possible from fire hazards. By using experts you can guarantee that the correct safety measures will be in place for this eventuality.
Due to our vast experience we are able to deal with the unique challenges common to care homes using an exceptional range of equipment and advanced technology for fire protection and control. We provide fixed and mobile equipment for fire suppression, solutions for rapid fire and smoke detection, alarm systems and solutions for controlled evacuation.
We ensure the highest quality fire safety systems are used in every care home we work in. Staff and residence safety is at the forefront of everything we do and we are on hand 24/7 for support. Please contact us for information and advice at any time.
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Surefire offers a wide range of products and services within the Fire Industry and can provide a total consolidated package for all your maintenance requirements.
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