Safeguard your premises, people and business assets from the risks of fire

Most non-domestic buildings need a fire alarm to protect both life and property, and a professionally installed and maintained system is the safest and most reliable way of achieving this. Additionally, fire regulations in the UK under 'The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005' puts the requirement upon a building's 'responsible person' to carry out a fire risk assessment and manage any risks identified.

With over two decades of experience, our fire safety team can work with you to reduce your business risks providing you with the help you need. Whether you require specialist support to complete a fire risk assessment, undertake a fire safety audit, or the design, installation and ongoing maintenance of fire safety systems, Evotech Fire & Security are experienced in all aspects of fire safety.

To find out more or to speak with a member of our team call 0333 207 4545, email us at info@evotechfire.co.uk or complete the enquiry form below.

Fire Alarms

Fire Alarms

Fire Alarms

From the design and installation of single zone fire alarm systems with manual call points and alarm sounders, to complex multi zoned monitored systems including automatic detection and fire suppression solutions, Evotech Fire & Security will ensure your fire alarm system meets BS5839-1:2017 and your insurance requirements.

British Standards defines eight categories of fire alarm with each category falling under three different types of system – manual, life protection and property protection. Our fire safety engineers can review your operational requirements and specify the category of system that best suits your business risks.

Design & consultation

Installation

Annual maintenance plans

Emergency call outs

Remote monitoring

System upgrades

Sprinklers

Sprinklers, and other automatic fire suppression systems (AFSS), can save lives, property and business assets. Evotech Fire & Security design, install and maintain quality-assured sprinkler systems specific to your exact requirements which will suppress a fire within seconds of it starting.

Our highly-trained technicians ensure appropriate systems are installed and maintained in line with the latest standards including Part B Building regulations, ensuring your building remains compliant and building occupants and property remain safe.

Design & consultation

Commissioning

Maintenance & testing

Emergency call outs

Compliance checks

System upgrades

Sprinklers

Sprinklers

Emergency Lighting

Emergency Lighting

Emergency Lighting

It is a legal requirement for non-domestic buildings to be safe at all times, even in the event of a mains power failure, therefore, (nearly) all commercial buildings must have effective, emergency lighting fitted throughout.

Evotech Fire & Security design, install and maintain emergency lighting systems that will ensure your emergency exits and escape routes are fully illuminated in the event of a fire or mains power failure, and will keep your building fully compliant with the latest legislation and your insurance requirements.

Site surveys

Design & installation

Annual maintenance plans

Compliance checks

Emergency call outs

System upgrades

Gas Suppression Systems

Gas suppression systems extinguish fires by reducing the oxygen content to below 15%, where most materials do not burn. Activated by sensors that detect the early presence of smoke, they can put out a fire when firefighting with water is not an option, for example, in data centres and IT server rooms.

Evotech Fire & Security can design and install the most appropriate system for your needs, and provide bespoke maintenance packages, to ensure your system works at optimal levels and remains compliant with all relevant legislation.

Design & installation

Commissioning

Maintenance & testing

Emergency call outs

Compliance checks

System upgrades

Gas Suppression Systems

Gas Suppression Systems

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Dry Risers

Dry Risers

Dry Risers

It is a legal requirement that all dry riser installations are fully inspected and tested every 12 months, including a hydraulic pressure test (wet pressure test) using a fire service approved hose and water pump system.

Evotech Fire & Security provide a comprehensive service for the ongoing maintenance, testing and repair of all dry riser systems to BS9990:2015 standards, which recommends that systems are also visually inspected every six months to ensure they are free from damage and defects.

Inspection & testing

Annual maintenance plans

Compliance checks

Emergency call outs

System upgrades

Fire Extinguishers

Fire fighting equipment must be provided throughout buildings to safeguard occupants and visitors alike, and to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Equipment must be routinely inspected and maintained to ensure it will work correctly in an emergency situation.

Our fully trained, BAFE accredited, fire extinguisher engineers have the expertise and specialist tools needed to maintain your equipment and carry out annual servicing to BS 5306-3:2017 standards.

Inspection & testing

Annual maintenance plans

Supply of new equipment

Site surveys

Disposal of old equipment

Training

Fire Extinguishers

Fire Extinguishers

Fire Doors

Fire Doors

Fire Doors

Fire doors play an essential role in providing passive fire safety protection and are an important safety feature of any occupied building, as they offer resistance to the spread of fire and smoke and help to provide safe means of escape. They must be installed and maintained in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Evotech Fire & Security, install, maintain, and repair fire door solutions ensuring buildings are fully compliant with the latest legislation, local building regulations and your business insurance requirements.

Emergency call outs

Inspection & safety checks

Ironmongery & signage

Site compliance surveys

Supply & installation

Maintenance & repairs

Fire Training

Employers are legally required to provide information, instruction, and training to employees about fire precautions in the workplace.

Fire safety training should start with induction training on the first day of employment and continue in the form of regular refresher training, at least once a year, to ensure employees remain familiar with the fire safety arrangements in place and are reminded of actions to be taken in the event of fire in the workplace.

Evotech Fire & Security provide a comprehensive range of fire safety training courses, designed to support your business needs and operational requirements.

Fire Training

Fire Training

Fire Training

Key fire safety legislation

Legal requirements for workplace safety

The fire triangle and how to use it

How to react in a fire situation

Evacuation planning and legislation

Different types of fire

Using the correct fire extinguisher

Minimise the risk of a fire occurring

Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment

It is a legal requirement for most non-domestic premises to have a documented fire risk assessment, which identifies the risks associated with fire, and sets out the corrective actions and further steps needed to alleviate the risks and reach an appropriate level of fire safety.

Evotech Fire & Security can work with you to carry out a detailed fire risk assessment on your property, identify practical solutions to any risks identified, and provide all relevant documentation to ensure you are fully compliant.

A fire risk assessment is a legal requirement for:

Businesses employing 5 or more people

Buildings open to the public

Landlords of HMO properties

Self-employed with business premises

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