Atlas Fire Protection provide the full package of design, installation and maintenance of quality fire alarm systems in accordance with BS 5839 Part 1. Our highly qualified engineers have years of proven experience and knowledge in all aspects of fire alarm technologies to deliver maximum protection for your business.
All fire alarm systems operate with a range of conventionally cabled or wireless sensors that continuously monitor for heat, or smoke, or flames, or carbon dioxide as well as by manual intervention. Should a sensor detect these conditions then an alarm will sound to warn there may be a fire and to safely evacuate the building. Larger systems typically include remote signalling equipment to directly alert the local fire brigade. Fire alarm systems feature a digital control panel for operational testing, fire alarm drills and management of the technology.
Fire Alarm Systems we design, install and maintain
Category M – manual operation systems
- People raise a fire alarm by a “break glass” unit
Category L – life saving protection systems
- L1 – earliest possible fire detection
- L2 – fire detection in specified areas
- L3 – protecting paths to fire escape
- L4 – protection of fire escape routes
- L5 – localised fire protection
Category P – protecting a property from fire systems
- P1 – earliest possible fire warning
- P2 – fire detectors for parts of a building
We will ensure your fire alarm system continuously protects your employees and premises from the risk of fire. Providing your business with the most effective early warning system to mitigate fire risks and to keep your business compliant with UK legislation.
Fire Risk Assessment
If your business has five or more employees a Fire Risk Assessment is required to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Our highly trained certified engineers can determine the chances of a fire occurring in your workplace and draft your written document.
Out Of Hours Support
Many businesses operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Atlas Fire Protection provide out of hours support to all customers with proactive maintenance contracts. One of our certified engineers will deliver a quick and reliable response to keep your business protected.
The Regulatory Reform
(Fire Safety) Order 2005
If your business has five or more employees, you are legally required to comply with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The business owner is legally responsible for ensuring fire safety on their commercial premises.