Compartmentation Surveys. 

Compartmentation Surveys. 

Keep a fire hazard contained. 

Effective compartmentation will stop or slow the spread of fire in your building and protect the designated escape routes. For your compartmentation strategy to work, you must have the correct fire stopping furnishings and equipment installed. Critically, they must be installed by a competent person. It’s especially critical that you get regular compartmentation surveys if you operate a ‘stay-put’ policy in your building. ‘Stay put’ only works if the fire compartmentation meets the appropriate standards and has been installed correctly to prevent the spread of flame and smoke. 

When we carry out a compartmentation/fire stopping survey at your premises, you get: 

A detailed inspection of the compartments in your building, including the walls, ceilings, doors, floors, seals and other compartmentation measures 
A thorough, easy-to-understand report which analyses how well your compartments stop the spread of fire 
Analysis of any vulnerabilities, which may compromise the safety of your residents / occupants 
Assessment of the condition of compartmental measures 
Detailed recommendations for improvements 

Minimise building damage 

Keep any fire contained effectively and avoid the devastating spread of fire. 

Meet your insurance obligations 

Don’t compromise your cover. With a compartmentation survey, you keep up with your obligations under your buildings insurance. 

Protect your people 

Keep your escape routes untouched by fire and safeguard the people that occupy your flats or offices. 

When to get a compartmentation inspection 

Every 2-3 years - You should review your compartmentation measures every 2 to 3 years. 
Changes to the building - Any redesign, reshuffle, or total interior rehaul, will prompt another inspection of your compartmentation defences. 

Why choose us? 

Competent: Our compartmentation/fire stopping inspection it is carried out by a ‘competent person’. When you work with us, you get an inspector who is accredited and experienced. 
Qualified: Our inspectors are accredited by Association for Specialist Fire Protection, NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management, and complete 30 hours of Continuous Professional Development every year. 
Experienced: With over 10 years’ experience in the industry, our team can spot the signs of fallibilities. You can trust their advice, crafted through years of experience and training. 
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