PD Fire and Safety and Jurassic Fire Protection are trading names of Covebrook Services Ltd

  • PD Fire and Safety South-West
  • PD Fire and Safety South-West
  • PD Fire and Safety South-West
  • PD Fire and Safety South-West

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Harbour View Bungalow, The Nothe, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8UF, GB

Covering the South-West from Exeter to Southampton, Weymouth to Bristol

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Local experts in the field of Fire and Safety Keeping you and your business protected

FIRE SAFETY & FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES SOUTH-WEST

Protecting Your Business, So You Can Protect Others

OUR SERVICES

Pd Fire and Safety's services redesigned to Protect your business by protecting others. Our qualified Fire Safety Engineers are FIA Certificated, British Fire Consortium. City And Guilds.

Our services included Fire Alarms, Extinguishers, Emergency Lights, CCTV, Intruder Alarms, Installation and Service

We have fire safety engineers across the Southwest of England covering Weymouth, Yeovil, Poole, Bournemouth and along the South Coast from Exeter to Southampton.

 

Repairing Faults or Damage to restore your protection. 

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

MAINTENANCE

FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINTENANCE

Whether you want regular visits from our competent engineers or a more flexible contract to respond to your specific needs, we can tailor a maintenance service around you.

British Standard 5306-3 covers the maintenance of portable fire extinguishers and recommends that “regular visual inspections of all portable fire extinguishers be carried out by the user or user’s representative. The frequency of inspections by the user should be not less than monthly and, when circumstances require, inspections should be carried out more frequently”. 

Inspections should include checks that each extinguisher:

 

  • Is located in the designated place;

  • Is unobstructed, visible and its operating instructions face outwards;

  • Has operating instructions which are clean and legible;

  • Is not obviously damaged;

  • Has a reading in the operable range or position of any pressure gauge or indicator fitted;

  • Has seals and tamper indicators which are not broken or missing.

 

Installation and maintenance must be carried out by a registered extinguisher technician, and at 12 monthly intervals thereafter. The following chart shows the basic types & frequency of maintenance.

FIRE RISK ASSESSMENTS

 

Risk Assessment Process

 

Call PD Fire and Safety on 01305 759084 to book your site survey

 

Our assessor will visit you at your premises to carry out the technical fire safety audit/risk assessment. Once completed you will be issued with a list of recommendations.

 

 

Once completed this will be checked for compliance with the Order and you will be issued with a summary of issues identified and a list of recommendations together with technical fire safety audit/risk assessment.

 

Once you have reviewed our accessor's recommendations in your own time, you may contact us to carry out any work required at your convenience or contact other 3rd party providers. If instructed, we will provide quotes for any work that may be required to ensure your premises comply with British Standards and/or the Order.

 

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FIRE ALARM SERVICE

Repairing Faults or Damage to restore your protection. 

FIRE ALARMS AND EMERGENCY LIGHTING

PD Fire and Safety strive to provide our clients with the highest level of service offering a range of Fire Alarm and Emergency Lighting servicing and maintenance contracts to suit individual requirements.

 

Whether you are looking for scheduled, fixed visits from our qualified engineers or variable service arrangements to respond to your specific requirements, we'll inspect and test the entire system, and each component, to assure you it functions as intended.​

Fire Alarms

To keep your fire alarm fully functional and legally compliant, it is essential that you carry out regular in-house checks and arrange for fire alarm servicing at 6 monthly intervals to ensure it remains in the best and safest condition and compliant with the Order.

We provide a Fire Alarms 24 Hour service to ensure we can provide professional assistance to get any faults or damage repaired and restore your protection. We know the urgency that is required when your alarm is continually sounding or the control panel is highlighting a fault, so you can rely on our dedicated and highly trained engineers to attend, diagnose and resolve the problem quickly.

PD Fire and Safety provide Fire Alarms and Emergency Lighting Services across the South-West and surrounding areas, including:

  • Dorset

  • Somerset

  • Hampshire

  • Devon

 
 

BOOK AN EMERGENCY LIGHTING SURVEY TO REVIEW POTENTIAL MAINTENANCE ISSUES

EMERGENCY LIGHTING SERVICES

EMERGENCY LIGHTING

In the event of standard lighting failure, Emergency Lighting provides the lighting required to enable the safe exit from a building. 

 

Should your building or premises experience a mains failure, Emergency Lighting provides instant lighting for a minimum of three hours.

 

The Regulatory Reform Order requires that adequate provision of exit and safety signs be provided and which are to be illuminated by emergency lighting.

 

We can carry out monthly, 6 monthly and yearly inspections to Emergency lighting systems and provide services to the required British Standards.

 

FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

FIRE SAFETY AWARENESS COURSES

FIRE WARDEN TRAINING

FIRE EXTINGUISHER HANDLING

FIRE SAFETY TRAINING COURSES

PD Fire and Safety are able to deliver Fire Safety Training Courses directly at your premises. Our fire safety courses are a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical sessions designed to develop the ability and most importantly practical confidence to deal with a fire emergency.

 

Our Fire Safety Training related courses are available across Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire and Devon covering the South-West from Exeter to Southampton and taking in Bristol, Salisbury, Yeovil, Poole and Bournemouth.

Fire safety awareness course

Fire Safety Awareness Courses - Following the introduction of the new Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order 2005 all companies are obliged to ensure that employees receive adequate training in fire safety on a yearly basis. This course allows companies to keep employees aware of all the key information regarding fire safety in the workplace.

 

Fire Warden Training - This fire training course has been designed specifically for those who have been appointed to carry out the duties of a Fire Warden or Fire Marshall.

 

We also give free safe use of fire extinguisher training (up to 5 people) to all customers when carried out in line with extended servicing and free advice on extinguisher identification during every service visit.

 

The following section is taken from The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005

 

21.-(1) The responsible person must ensure that his employees are provided with adequate safety training—

  • a) at the time when they are first employed; and

  • b) on their being exposed to new or increased risks because of—

    • their being transferred or given a change of responsibilities within the responsible person’s undertaking;

    • the introduction of new work equipment into, or a change respecting work equipment already in use within, the responsible person’s undertaking;

    • the introduction of new technology into the responsible person’s undertaking; or(iv)the introduction of a new system of work into, or a change respecting a system of work already in use within, the responsible person’s undertaking.

 

(2) The training referred to in paragraph (1) must—

 

  • (a)include suitable and sufficient instruction and training on the appropriate precautions and actions to be taken by the employee in order to safeguard himself and other relevant persons on the premises;

  • (b)be repeated periodically where appropriate;

  • (c)be adapted to take account of any new or changed risks to the safety of the employees concerned;

  • (d)be provided in a manner appropriate to the risk identified by the risk assessment; and

  • (e)take place during working hours.