7 Industrial Road, Marburg, South Coast, KZN, 4240
A Division of QualChem
039 695 0133 / email@example.com
Fire House KZN is the supplier of quality, SABS approved fire extinguishers, fire fighting powder, hose reels and hoses, cabinets and signage on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal.
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Is your home, factory, office, shop or restaurant adequately protected against fire?
Our technicians are registered with SAQCC-Fire & Fire Detection for assessments, installation and servicing
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Fire House KZN provides a Turnkey project solution for Fire Protection in any industry. Starting with a fire risk audit and progressing onto design and installation of total fire protection.
Complete fire protection installations can include:
- Fire Risk Assessment
- Electronic Fire Detection
- Water Systems
- Suppression Systems
- Portable Fire Equipment
Our team of specialists are experienced in a range of Fire Suppression Systems
We assess the risk of fire at your premises, identify potential fire hazards and create awareness of the danger of fire – ensuring a safe environment for staff and equipment to:
- Save your business from the devastating consequences of a fire
- Ensure compliance to the DOL’s Health and Safety Act
Fire House KZN specialise in providing clients with Turnkey project solutions specific to any environment.
Our areas of expertise include Electronic Fire Detection, Gas Suppression, Water Systems, Kitchen System, Passive Fire Protection and Room Integrity Testing.
fire risk assesments
Step 1: Identify the fire hazard
For a fire to occur, three elements are required: ignition source, fuel and oxygen. Potential sources of ignition include natural flames (cookers, etc), hot surfaces (lighting, heaters), hot work (welding) friction (conveyor belts), sparks (grinding) and arson. Potential sources of fuel could include solids (textiles, paper, wood, etc), liquids (petrol, thinners, paints, etc) and gases (LPG). CENTA’S fire risk assessment advisor determines and lists the potential sources of ignition and fuels present at your premises.
Step 2: Identify people at risk
If there is a fire the greatest danger is the spread of flames, heat and smoke through the premises. The main risk to people is from smoke and products of combustion. Premises without adequate means of escape may trap people trying to escape a fire, or they may be overcome by heat and smoke before they can evacuate. Our expert will assess the likely speed and growth of a fire, the number of people in an area, fire warning arrangements, fire escape routes.
Step 3: Evaluate the risks
Taking into account measures which may already be in place, our assessor will decide if additional control measures are needed. These could include removing or reducing the risk of ignition, minimizing fuel loads, providing additional escape routes, installing a fire detection and alarm system, staff training and appropriate fire fighting equipment such as additional fire extinguishers, fire suppression or sprinkler systems. Our assessments include an action plan to monitor and review all fire safety arrangements.
Step 4: Recording findings
We document people at risk, the adequacy of existing measures and any additional action necessary to reduce the risk to an acceptable level, define compliance to national acts and standards and provide simple floor plans.
Step 5: Review and revise the risk assessment
Fire risk assessments are ongoing processes that need continuous monitoring and auditing. It is imperative to ensure new and existing control measures are maintained. At the same time changes to premises can bring a new set of hazards.
SERVICING & MAINTENANCE OF FIRE EQUIPMENT
Quarterly Testing & Servicing
>> Fixed Extinguishing Systems
Pressure Testing every 5 Years
COMPLETE FIRE PROTECTION
Centa / SABS 1475 / SAQCC Fire / Qualchem / FFETA / FPASA
7 Industrial Road, Marburg, Port Shepstone
039 695 0133