Fire alarms are a legal requirement for all buildings (apart from domestic buildings) but fulfilling this requirement is a bit more complex than it might sound.
Planning where fire alarms should be located, which fire alarms should be triggered and when and which types of fire alarm you should employ must be based on a fire risk assessment. This means that you need to know what the outcome of sounding fire alarm will be: either evacuation or stay-put.
How you install fire alarms also needs careful consideration as well as who will be able to trigger them.
Longworth has years of experience in conducting risk assessments and installing fire alarm systems accordingly. Our specialists will work with you to ensure that all your alarms are fitted properly and fully functioning.