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The all-in-one safety solution for your building
If you’ve looked at streamlining during the lockdown period, or at any time at all, you’ll probably want to know about our fire and safety solutions.
It’s smart and it’s simple.
Here’s how you and your business will benefit:
If you’d like to simplify your systems and reap the benefits, we should talk. Click the button below to send an enquiry and we’ll get back to you asap.
Master your site and facilities management with these free downloads...
We’re not just fire and security problem-solvers, we’re also believers in sharing our specialist knowledge to keep others in-the-know about all things fire and security.
Below you’ll find a mixture of guides, checklists and templates to help you keep on top of all your building management needs.
1. Fire Safety Table of Duties:
Not sure when your fire alarm, emergency lighting, fire doors, fire extinguishers, fire risk assessment and electrical testing are all due?
It can be a bit of a mind-boggle trying to remember what’s due every six months and what’s due every year.
And then, of course, there’s the checks that are due every week or every month to keep tabs on fire safety protocols in your building in-between visits by your competent specialist/engineer (i.e. us!).
These have all been put into this straight-to-the-point table, outlining exactly what is required from you and how often – you’re welcome!
2. Download Your Log Book Preview!
A log book is a fundamental aspect of your safety strategy, as it’s where you should record all testing and inspections for reference and evidence that you’ve kept up with essential safety protocols.
Your log book from WFP covers all fire and security systems, giving you a place to log all checks and service visits in one place for easy reference, should you have any spot checks, risk assessments or anyone else coming in to manage your Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM).
Click the button below to download a preview of t
his log book, worth £19.99+VAT, or free with a WFP maintenance contract.
2. Checklist for Comparing Fire Alarm Providers
The fire industry is largely unregulated, which means pretty much anyone can work on a fire alarm without having any minimum qualifications. Shocking, right?
There are accreditations and insurances providers can gain to demonstrate their competence, but without knowing whether to ask for these, how would you know and assess whether the person you’re trusting is equipped to handle your building’s life safety system?
If you’re the ‘Responsible Person’ for health and safety in your building, the buck stops with you when it comes to getting work carried out that meets safety and compliance regulations.
Download our 8-page checklist which will help you compare other providers to know what to look for before you take the plunge and sign on the dotted line!
3. The Cost-Effective Solution to Waking Watch Guide Book
There are thousands of high-rise residential buildings across the country in need of urgent fire safety remediation, including internal fireproofing and external cladding.
The fire at Grenfell Tower was a huge wake-up call for those responsible for overseeing and rectifying fire safety provisions, with a number of Fire Risk Assessments and spot checks calling for immediate action to be taken.
Waking Watch, otherwise called ‘Fire Watch’ or ‘Fire Patrol’ was turned to as an interim fire safety solution whilst internal/external fireproofing issues were being resolved. However, this “temporary” solution started lasting months and even years, costing residents thousands on top of monthly service charges in their leasehold homes.
WFP has been an advocate of fire alarm systems (full stop!) and definitely in place of any human replacement that costs way more in the long term for less efficiency. Download this guide for more information on how to avoid or replace waking watch, and opt for a more cost (and overall) effective fire detection system.
2. CCTV Operational Requirements Questionnaire
Thinking about getting CCTV installed or upgraded in your premises?
Before you get started, it’s important to think about why you want CCTV: what problem are you expecting it to solve?
This questionnaire will help you decide on the non-negotiables that need to make up your new CCTV system, which will in turn help nail down a specification that fits your requirements and budget.