Fire doors and all passive fire protection elements within the building play a part in the fire safety of a building and therefore in reducing risk to those within, so properly maintained fire doors form an essential element of the fire safety plan for every building.
When the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into force over in England and Wales it transferred the responsibility for Fire Safety from the fire authorities to whoever has day-to-day responsibility for the premises. The responsible person must ensure they take steps to reduce the risk from fire for those contained within the building and consider how to contain a fire should one break out.
With GMC Projects we offer our fire door maintenance services in Plymouth, Devon & Cornwall, will provide you with on-going regulation compliance, and with that comes peace of mind. Once doors have been assessed and are compliant, we can issue certification under our BM Trada Q-Mark scheme for Fire Door Maintenance.
GMC Projects will go that bit further to ensure you get the best fire door maintenance service as our bespoke software will automatically email our clients reminding them that their next maintenance of fire doors is due enabling them to achieve their duty of care under the RRFSO (Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order).
I would have no hesitation in using GMC again. The standard of communication between us was beyond excellent. All works were completed on time, within budget and sites left immaculate upon completion. During a site visit in the holidays, it was obvious that all H & S standards were being adhered to, despite there being no pupils on site. …Debs Hincliffe- Business Manager
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