P&C Services sets up fire safety division

08 July, 2016

P&C Services has launched a new division to support the need for fire safety services, following completion of the BAFE SP203 for fire management, detection and alarms, Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment FPA and NEBOSH certification.

The new division – Mechanical and Electrical – which see’s Keith Philips, previously managing director of FireX UK, taking on the role as operations director, will provide fire risk assessments, ongoing support and training in compliance with the Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order 2005, including design, installation and commissioning of fire alarms.

Philips commented: “All business owners have a legal responsibility to ensure they carry out a comprehensive fire risk assessment of their premises. We will provide this service in line with the Regulatory Reform Order, providing our customers with a detailed report of any potential fire risks within their building, as well as ongoing support, consultancy advice and third party recommendations.

“All of our team are fully trained under the BAFE SP203 scheme, and as a Safe Contractor Approved company, our customers can rest assured they’re in safe hands.”

Richard Quarmby, managing director of P&C Services, added: “At P&C, with health and safety at our core, branching into fire safety, design and installation, utilising Keith’s knowledge and expertise, is the right step to take as the business continues to grow, offering further services to our facilities management portfolio.

“Our business mission statement ‘bringing it together’ and the addition of P&C M&E to our existing and new clients ensures our business ethos of return on investment to our clients stays true.”

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Keywords: Fire, P&C Services




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