HELPING YOU MAINTAIN THE FIRE SAFETY FOR YOUR PEOPLE AND BUILDINGS
Completing a fire strategy will protect business procedures and assets by analysing potential fire spread and implementing a plan to minimise the destruction caused by a fire. The fire strategy can be used alongside a business continuity plan, which is a pre-planned management system implemented to ensure a company can continue to operate after a disaster such as fire, flood or any other natural occurrence.
Your building should have a full fire strategy drawing, this drawing will show the required standard of fire protection for all building compartments, this is a critical document when it comes to passive fire repairs.
EDSB can provide you with a full and detailed fire strategy drawing. This should be reviewed annually along with your fire risk assessment.
Should you have any questions relating to Fire Strategy Plan or if you would like further information on how EDSB can keep your Fire & Security systems compliant, please email email@example.com or simply add your details below and our EDSB support team will contact you shortly.
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