Coronavirus (Covid -19) Update: We are open for business so please feel free to contact us.
Our teams are deemed as "Key Workers" during the pandemic, therefore our services are available as normal, whilst following current government and industry guidelines. We are here to help.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson in February outlined the Government roadmap “to cautiously ease lockdown restrictions”. Step two of this roadmap, to occur no earlier than 12th April, notes the return of mass non-essential businesses opening for customers.
BAFE must stress once again that fire safety obligations continue as normal. What is important about this roadmap is that buildings opening soon continue to remain safe from both COVID and all other health and safety measures, including fire, in the interest of life safety and property protection. This is especially important after a period of inactivity or reduced staff within these premises. For example, have you:
There have been no temporary amendments to fire safety law nationwide to accommodate for the COVID-19 pandemic. Fire and Rescue Services across the UK have stressed “fire safety legislation is still being enforced” with “measures in place to enforce this”. BAFE have stressed Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service Station Manager Bill Shepherd’s caution multiple times but continue to push out the message: “Coronavirus is not an excuse for disregarding your [fire safety] responsibilities and businesses must ensure that they have an adequate amount of competent people to help in the implementation of both preventative and protective fire safety measures.”
Throughout this pandemic, we have helped our customers steer through these difficult times and we will contine to do so. If you require any assistance or guidance please feel free to get in touch with our team.
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