Understanding your Building
The location and condition of fire-resisting partitions and doors are critical in the maintaining of effective fire compartmentation. Yet there is more to passive fire protection than compartment walls and floors: escape route corridors and stairways, and service shafts are all integral to the success of fire strategy. And with building requirements and regulations becoming ever more complex, facility owners and managers need clarity on what exists now, to determine what needs to happen in the future. With Prospect Fire’s having a vast experience in the sector, and an excellent understanding of the manufacturers, product systems and solutions, allows us to offer a range of survey options that can be tailored to our client needs.
Prospect Fire usesOnetrace, a fully integrated, cloud-based application for efficiently recording, tracking, and inspecting fire safety installations. Our installation reports provide detailed Operations and Maintenance Manual information, ensuring our clients achieve compliance with legislation under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Regulation 38 of the Building Regulations 2010.
Compatibility of all elements of the fire door set is essential. Given that the majority of UK fire doors currently have an incomplete or inadequate paper trail, knowledge and expertise are essential in providing the service that customers need. Our experience and range of resources allows us to identify, source and maintain a wide variety of components and hardware.
Fire compartmentation Survey
Professionally trained to inspect all service penetrations and voids in compartment lines to LPS 1531 fully accredited requirements.
Fire Door Surveys Surveying all Fire doors to ensure compliance to the Regulatory Reform Order 2005 to third party accredited LPS1197.