A fire at your property is the stuff of nightmares. Having your insurance nullified, facing hefty fines or even imprisoned for non-compliance of health and safety regulations is a real possibility if your extinguishers are neglected.

Fire extinguishers require regular maintenance to ensure they work correctly if ever needed. Total Safe can test, service, repair, maintain and even replace extinguishers, making it easy for your business to comply with regulations and meet insurance requirements, but more importantly, to keep your staff, customers or tenants safe.

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Maintaining a frequent and comprehensive PAT testing programme isn’t always at the top of every business’s list, but ensuring electrical appliances are compliant reduces risk of accidents and costly repairs.

Highly skilled Total Safe engineers perform visual inspections and verify the item is safe and fit for purpose. Where an appliance fails, the Total Safe engineer will repair the fault (where possible) or bring it to the attention of the client representative. Testing is carried out with minimal disruption to your business.

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To ensure maximum safety of staff and customers, and to meet insurance requirements, it’s important to comply with The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996.

Health and Safety Signage must be clear and legible, but companies and businesses should avoid using too many as this can lead to confusion. Total Safe can procure and install signage on your behalf, to ensure you’re 100% compliant.

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If there’s a fire hydrant on your premises, it’s your responsibility to have it properly checked and maintained annually.

Total Safe can perform pressure and flow tests, flush outlets, check inlet connection, measure and record flow rates, operation of frost value, and will ensure each hydrant is 100% and 100% compliant.

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Dry Risers are used to deliver fast water access within buildings for firefighters. Having a built-in distribution system means that the fire service can do their jobs quickly and efficiently. In the event of a fire emergency every second counts, and delays can often mean the difference between life and death. The dry riser system saves valuable time as firefighters don’t have to create their own distribution system.

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