CGM Fire Management Solutions LtdCGM Fire Management Solutions Ltd is a family run business offering a personal and bespoke approach to Fire Risk Management. Following the introduction of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, it places the problem of fire risk management onto the responsible person. A time consuming and daunting prospect for any company or individual. CGM Fire Management Solutions Ltd has the answer. We can provide Assistance in the organisation of the Fire Safety Arrangements Undertake and provide Fire Risk Assessments as required under article 9 of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order) 2005 Return after six months to assess progress and review systems in place at no extra cost Create and implement achievable long term programmes to sustain compliance Consult and produce bespoke Fire Policies for individual premises/companies Work with you and produce an emergency evacuation plan and strategy including any personal emergency evacuation plans for individuals Provide a booklet which will include everything an inspecting fire enforcement officer will require to see (subject to package subscription) Assign you a personal consultant who will follow process from start to finish, including after sales and back up support Train your staff in basic fire awareness and encourage them to participate in good fire safety practises Return on an annual basis (subject to contract) to review the Fire Risk Assessment and fire safety arrangements Recommend contractors to provide you with bespoke maintenance packages, individual services and specific fire warden training Experience We have over 18 year?s Operational fire fighting experience, current up to date working knowledge, and training of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 as a fire enforcement officer. N.E.B.O.S.H General Certificate?s in Health and Safety. Quotations and prices Due to the bespoke nature of our services, quotations and prices will be given after a free no ob...
10 Osprey Walk
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