Fire safety training, Fire risk assessments, Fire fighting equipment   Infast Fire provide training for staff in general fire protection and use of fire equipment. Businesses are under an obligation to comply with new legislation and to ensure that they have the appropriate safeguards in place to protect employees, visitors, buildings and contents from fire.  We are specialists in fire protection, fire detection systems and the supply of fire fighting equipment including fire extinguishers. We offer an affordable, reliable and professional service for your business or home.  

 Fire safety training, Fire risk assessments, Fire fighting equipment   Infast Fire provide training for staff in general fire protection and use of fire equipment. Businesses are under an obligation to comply with new legislation and to ensure that they have the appropriate safeguards in place to protect employees, visitors, buildings and contents from fire.  We are specialists in fire protection, fire detection systems and the supply of fire fighting equipment including fire extinguishers. We offer an affordable, reliable and professional service for your business or home.  

 

Fire Safety Legislation 

The Fire Safety Order states that “Where necessary in order to safeguard the safety of relevant persons, the responsible person must ensure that the premises are equipped with appropriate fire-fighting equipment and fire-fighting equipment is simple to use and indicated by signs. The responsible person must take measures for fire-fighting in the premises and nominate competent persons to implement those measures and ensure that the number of such persons, their training and the equipment available to them is in place." 

Nearly 90% of fires are put out by Portable Fire Extinguishers 

A new survey by the Fire Industry Association has highlighted that rather than declining in importance, portable fire extinguishers have an even more vital role to play as a first aid response to fire, with 88 percent of fires that are tackled with portables actually being extinguished. 

Fire Doors 

In a recent survey accredited by fire risk assessors and fire safety officers, 80% of escape routes were obstructed, 65% of fire doors wedged open and 85% had door closers disconnected or broken. A broken fire door may not seem like a big deal, but not only does a fire door reduce damage to a property in case of a fire, it prevents causing serious harm and sometimes even death. It's also against the law. In a recent review of 100 cases prosecuted under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, fire doors were the second highest reason for prosecutions. 
 
Based in Newbury, Berkshire, we provide fire protection services and products across the whole of the South of England. 
 
 
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