06 Mar Fire Protection For Business
Types Of Fire Protection For Business
When it comes to fire protection for business, protecting your building assets with a solid fire protection plan is essential.
Most common fire protection equipment for businesses is:
- Kitchen fire protection systems
- Sprinkler systems
- Fire alarms
- Fire extinguishers
- Emergency lighting
Restaurant Fire Equipment
In the restaurant industry, open flames, flammable cooking fuels, plus high temperatures can all be very likely causes of fires. Not only should you have a fire protection plan in place, it is essential that staff are aware of how to prevent fires from igniting. In addition, ensuring there training is up to date and they have a good understanding of the importance of keeping exit routes clear and why hair should be tied back and sleeves rolled up.
The following is necessary for restaurants:
Commercial kitchen fire suppression systems to include wet chemical extinguishing systems. Kitchen hood fire suppression equipment to put out stove fires. Fire sprinklers, fire alarms, portable fire extinguishers, emergency exit lighting.
One of the leading risks of fire in education buildings is cooking equipment and ignition from playing with various sources of heat. When it comes to establishing fire safety protocols within schools the best way is to increase the efficiency of your fire protection plan. Teachers and staff must be well trained in fire extinguisher use and the evacuation protocol.
The following are recommended for use in schools, these should be regularly maintained and serviced to ensure they are compliant.
- Fire Alarms
- Emergency Exit Lighting
- Fire Sprinklers
- Portable Fire Extinguishers
- Commercial Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems
Assessment Of Your Business Premises
Here at Safe and Sure we carry out fire risk assessments and install, inspect, repair and maintain fire equipment for businesses. If you would like us to come out and assess your business premises to ensure you have the right fire protection in place. Please call us on 0191 3781153 or email us at email@example.com.
Finally, for more information on our fire protection services please visit our dedicated page.