Fire Extinguisher Maintenance throughout Scotland

Under Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 & Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006, the responsible person must provide general fire precautions including the provision of means to fight fire which, in most cases, would be in the form of Portable fire extinguishers that conform to British or European standards.

Why do I need it?

Over time, fire extinguishers can deteriorate and require regular maintenance to ensure that extinguishers work to extinguish a fire when needed.

Without a maintenance programme you have no warning or defence against fire. You will also jeopardise any associated fire insurance claim if you have failed to maintain your equipment and the necessary records.

What is the legal requirement?

Employers must undertake a Fire Risk Assessment. A designated member of staff responsible for Health & Safety is accountable for the servicing of both fire extinguishers and alarms.

Employers are also required to ensure that, where fitted, any fire protection equipment is maintained to the relevant standards BS 5306-8: 2012 & BS 5306-3:2017, and records kept.

Who does it apply to?

General Installations, Buildings Open to the Public & Special Installations.

How does Calbarrie deliver this service?

• Calbarrie technicians are trained to FIA standards and are fully compliant with current standards and requirements.

• The annual service includes all parts required during service.

• All products used are British and European Standard guaranteed.

• A full asset database is created and supplied to you.

• A range of service agreements and plans is available.

• Scotland wide services.

Fire Extinguisher Maintenance

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We accept fire extinguisher enquiries throughout Scotland. Please contact us on 0800 141 2203, Email us or fill out our Enquiry Form.

Fire extinguisher supply and fire extinguisher servicing throughout Scotland from Calbarrie.

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