Your Duties as an Employer

If you would like any information regarding fire safety as the responsible person, even if it’s just to discuss what you might need; either give us a call or fill in the form below

If you are an employer or the appointed responsible person for fire safety.

Sometimes it can seem quiet daunting to have to put in place the correct procedures and safety measures in regards to fire safety and emergency lighting in the workplace. Here at EK Fire, our team are on hand to explain everything you need to know and everything you need to do to ensure you are doing every that is legally required of you.

Take a look at the video below and get in touch for some friendly advice from one of our team members, so that we can explain the steps towards making sure you are fully safe and covered.

 

 

 

Services


Fire Extiguishers
Sales, hiring & servicing

Experienced in providing businesses with fire extinguishers and other fire suppression equipment across the South East.

Fire alarms
& Emergency lighting

We can recommend the most suitable fire alarms, lighting systems and signage for your commercial or private facility

Risk assessments
& training courses

We provide extensive training courses and certification in fire safety, ensuring your team are appropriately prepared.

Our Approach

We provide fire safety solutions that are tailored to the needs of your business whether big or small. Our bespoke packages ensure you maximise your budget to receive the right amount of training, support and provision of equipment for your facility. Following an initial visit on site, we will prepare a custom proposal for your needs, recommending the solutions that are right for you.

Responsibility for complying with the Fire Safety Order rests with the 'responsible person'. If you are the responsible person you will have to carry out a fire risk assessment which must focus on the safety in case of fire of all ‘relevant persons’. It should pay particular attention to those at special risk, such as disabled people and those with special needs, and must include consideration of any dangerous substances likely to be on the premises.

Ensure you are adequately covered, contact us for free no obligation advice.

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