Types 1, 2, 3 and 4 fire risk assessments

At Whale Fire, we specialise in carrying out fire risk assessments to the common parts of purpose built and converted blocks of flats.  We can carry out type 2, type 3 and type 4 fire risk assessments should you require a more intrusive survey rather than the standard type 1...

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List of Services

Here is an updated list of the full services we provide including an introduction to the installation and maintenance of sprinklers:  Installation and maintenance of fire extinguishers Installation and maintenance of fire doors including full fire door surveys ...

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Arson Prevention

If you are the responsible person in your building for fire safety, it is good practice to consider ways you can reduce the chances of an arson attack occurring. Here are some top tips: You should report accumulated or abandoned refuse to your local council. Don’t let it b...

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Good Practice for Fire Drills

It is important to ensure you carry out fire drills as part of your fire safety management procedures. We would normally recommend these are carried out twice yearly although this can be reduced to once a year for certain premises.   For care homes and other premises where...

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Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 - 10 years on……….

With the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order nearly 10 years old now, the London Fire Brigade are set to investigate how successful it has been and what can be improved. There have been a number of prosecutions and the biggest concerns are: · A significant ...

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Whale Fire- New London Premises

We are delighted to announce that we have recently opened up a new office in London as we continue our expansion across the UK. We have a wide range of customers in London ranging from Housing Associations, Managing agents, offices, retail units and care homes amongst many more....

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Do you need a fire safety advisor?

Good question. This depends on a whole range of factors but generally the answer will be yes although of course it depends on what you need looking at. Most fire safety advisors are actually fire risk assessors whose job it is to advise on fire safety issues and provide recomme...

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Fire risk assessments - how often?

We recommend you review your fire risk assessment at least every 12 months to ensure your compliance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 or sooner if: · There have been any significant materials alterations to your premises · ...

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