Fire Door Inspection
How often should fire doors be inspected?
A fire door is a life-saving device that needs regular checking to ensure it is in good working order and ready to use. It’s the same as monitoring a smoke alarm’s battery or having the pressure of a fire extinguisher checked regularly.
Are fire door inspections a legal requirement?
Under Article 17 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO/FSO), it is a legal duty to ensure that fire-resistant escape doors are correctly fitted and maintained for them to be functional.
Property Checks Vows to keep your Premises safe
Our company’s Fire Door Inspectors are properly trained, going above and beyond the legal requirements to ensure that your Fire Door analysis is complete.
The team has evaluated multi-storey buildings, office spaces, hostels, animal facilities, and public spaces.
We also make sure that the reports you receive are easy to read and fully explainable and that our assessors walk you through the findings so that any necessary corrective action can be taken.
In order to learn about our services or talk to a dedicated team member, please contact us or make online reservations.
Who is qualified to inspect fire doors?
If feasible, have your fire doors inspected by a registered FDIS inspector. These individuals earned a fire door diploma and had their competency and expertise independently assessed.
Periodic inspections are required at least every six months, while a newly occupied building may require more regular checks in its first year. Furthermore, where the fire door is frequently used, it should be inspected more regularly than other doors in the structure, like once a month or even a week.