At Total Fire Group, we have worked with many schools across the UK, from primary through to universities, and including schools which focus on children with special needs. It means we really do understand the specific challenges a school faces. Including the management of potentially very young children prone to panic and the ability to evacuate a large volume of children and staff via multiple exits.
We take a common sense approach to our fire risk assessments, working alongside our clients to ensure their staff are fully trained, and their fire safety follows best practice guidelines in a way appropriate to their buildings.
Delivering a comprehensive and detailed report on your property.
We can provide a partnership which offers auditing and consultancy services.
Manage multiple risk assessment actions with our Aurora software.
Our fire safety training courses cover every level of fire safety, from basic through to advanced.
SPIE are a large facilities management company that manage a number of schools across the North West. Compliance is an essential part of the management process and Total Fire Group were awarded a contract in 2014 to undertake the Fire Risk Assessments on all their sites which range from primary schools to large colleges and academies. TFG continue to carry out the Fire Risk Assessment and ongoing fire safety consultancy. SPIE also utilise our fire risk management software, to assist in managing the FRA actions.
We have worked with Engie since 2008, installing and servicing extinguisher in all types of schools. This has been achieved by assessing detailed building plans ensuring that the extinguisher are sited and selected in accordance with BS 5306 Part 8. TFG currently maintain 11 schools in the Lancashire area. Ranging from large colleges to high schools and also special needs schools. Each year we coordinate with the Engie maintenance planner and the schools. The project can be challenging and requires good client liaison as extinguishers in schools can be prone to vandalism or tampering.