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Fire Door Installation, Remediation & Maintenance

Fire doors ensure building safety by containing fire and smoke, protecting escape routes and property, complying with regulations, and offering peace of mind. They resist fire spread, giving occupants time to evacuate. Installed in corridors and stairwells, they keep escape routes clear. By confining fire, they minimize property damage and comply with regulations. Their presence reassures occupants and owners of safety measures during emergencies. Overall, fire doors are crucial for fire safety systems in buildings, containing fires, safeguarding escape routes, and reducing the risk of injury or loss of life.

Fire Stopping and Fire Sealing

“Fire stopping” encompasses the essential practice of sealing openings in building structures, such as those around utility services, to uphold the integrity of fire compartmentation and separation. This meticulous process involves the application of various materials to fill gaps and voids, ensuring that fire and smoke cannot easily pass through, thus containing the spread of flames and protecting occupants. By effectively sealing these gaps, fire stopping plays a crucial role in maintaining the fire-resistant barriers that are integral to building safety standards and regulations, ultimately enhancing overall fire protection measures within a structure. For more information on Fire Stopping  Click Here

Fire Door Inspections

Fire doors assist with the subdivision of a premises and are critical to the building’s passive fire protection and fire strategy. Fire doors help restrict the spread of fire and provide occupants a sufficient time to evacuate the building. Fire Door inspections consists of a specific examination of a complete door assembly; the inspection assesses the door leaf, frame, glazing, intumescent strips, cold smoke seals and ironmongery. Fire Doors and Flat Entrance Doors must be tested, inspected and regularly maintained to meet the requirements of Article 17 of the Regulatory, Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. As a result, inspections can be a complex process which require a significant degree of understanding with Building Regulations and relevant British Standards.

Fire Risk Assessment

A fire risk assessment is a systematic critical examination of a premises which assesses fire risk. The process identifies the likelihood of fire occurring and the amount of harm that fire would cause to persons and property. Fire risk assessments must be suitable and sufficient, undertaken by a competent person and reviewed on a regular basis.

The Fire risk assessment is the starting point for a safer working environment for staff, visitors and tenants. Through taking a holistic approach towards fire safety our risk assessment process has been developed and adapted based on the PAS 79 template, whilst also being flexible to meet specific client requirements.

We act as the competent person for organisations to produce their fire risk assessment and provide an action plan for improved safety in the case of a fire.

Compartmentation Surveys

A suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment examines fire precautions within a premises and part of this process will involve sample inspections of passive fire protection measures and compartmentation. Compartmentation is the subdivision of a premises using passive fire protection measures to contain fire, limit its growth, provide means of escape and offer property protection. Where the responsible person has concerns surrounding the level of compartmentation or deficiencies have been identified; a more detailed, comprehensive compartmentation survey can be undertaken to provide a detailed report on walls, floors, voids and ducting.

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Fire Safety Consultancy

As a result, this creates a number of pressures which can distract the organisation from its core business objectives; Holistic Fire Safety understands this and is able to provide competence in a range of services to assist in meeting legal obligations taking into account time, money and effort.

Regardless of the size of task in hand, there is very rarely a single rigid answer. By adopting an holistic approach, Holistic Fire Safety is able to provide options based on risk assessment to satisfy the fire authority and reduce the risk occupants whilst meeting business n

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The Process

Fire Risk Assessment

Phase 1


For a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment to be undertaken, it is essential that all information specific to the design, construction and maintenance of the premises is collated.

Information required includes:
●Building plans and details of construction
●Fire strategy and compartmentation plans
●Fire safety systems test, inspection and maintenance records
●Hazardous substances information – Material Safety Data Sheets



The site inspection involves a comprehensive examination of all areas in and around the premises taking into consideration occupancy, use and fire strategy.
The purpose of the inspection is to identify fire hazards, evaluate the adequacy of existing control measures and assess fire risk. Fire risk is the likelihood of fire occurring multiplied by the consequences to life safety and business operations.



A meeting is held with the Responsible Person/Fire Safety Manager to confirm
arrangements on how the premises is managed to mitigate the risk of fire and assess provisions for business continuity.
Information required:
●Fire Policy and Fire Safety Arrangements
●Responsibilities for fire safety within the building – Fire Warden/Competent Persons
●Emergency procedures
●Training records
●Arrangements for the maintenance of the premises – routine inspections of means of escape, fire precautions and procedures for reporting defects



The assessor will make an assessment of fire risk and determine the adequacy of fire precautions taking into consideration all information gathered. The Responsible Person will receive a comprehensive fire risk assessment report and where applicable include an action plan for significant findings.

In the event significant findings are present; the deficiency will be highlighted in the report with photographic evidence which is accompanied by details of the breach.

The action plan will provide clear advice which is reasonably practicable on how to rectify the breach and determine the assessment review date.



Upon receipt of the fire risk assessment, a support meeting is available to the Responsible Person to ensure full understanding of the report and any potential requirements detailed within the action plan.

Holistic Fire Safety acknowledges that there are multiple factors which can affect decision making and remedying significant findings. Therefore, we endeavour to provide options so that compliance can be achieved.

Ultimately, controls must be proportionate to the risk and take into consideration life safety, property protection and business needs.

It is very rare that there is only ever one answer to any particular problem, therefore by providing options it allows the organisation to meet business needs and drivers whilst ensuring the safety of occupants at all times.