Detection, Protection and Monitoring Systems
Securing confidence for companies in hazardous environments. Our industry-standard fire detection and protection systems provide constant security at high-risk plants.
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Fire risks in hazardous environments
Fire can be a major risk in hazardous environments, so it’s essential to install and implement effective plans and processes for the prevention, detection and fighting of fire incidents.
Our expert engineers have extensive experience working with commercial and industrial companies, creating or adapting their fire systems to meet leading industry standards, such as NFPA and British Standards.
We provide independent advice and recommendations of effective systems, which adhere to all necessary regulative body and insurance requirements.
Securing confidence for you
Triton Risk fire detection, protection and monitoring systems deliver unrivalled fire management in high-risk environments, giving you full confidence that your people and property are safe.
Our team of specialists work with you to ensure your business has a fire management system that meets your business needs, as well as the legal and insurance requirements.
With a comprehensive system and process in place, you can respond effectively to any fire emergency.
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Frequently Asked Question's
What is fire safety and risk management?
Fire and safety risk management is the detailed understanding of all site fire risks, alongside appropriate prevention and response measures. It should be reviewed often to check the standards are being maintained, while ensuring they still meet the safety requirements.
Is it a legal requirement to have a fire detection system?
All UK businesses are required by law to conduct a fire risk assessment of their premises, as well as having a fire detection system in place. The system must meet the safety requirements and be well-maintained.
Who needs fire detection systems?
Current UK fire alarm regulations state that all business premises must have ‘an appropriate fire detection system’ installed.