Passive Fire Protection Surveys
BAFE SP205 Accredited Fire Risk Assessors
Fire-Resistant Building Materials
The cornerstone of passive fire protection lies in using fire-resistant building materials. These materials, such as fire-rated doors, walls, and floors, are engineered to withstand high temperatures, preventing the rapid spread of flames and smoke. They compartmentalise fire, limiting its damage and ensuring safe evacuation routes for occupants.
This includes the sealing of gaps and openings in walls, ceilings, and floors. Fire-resistant sealants, intumescent strips, and fire-resistant putty are used to close off any breaches in the building’s structure, restricting the spread of smoke and fire. However, over the age of the building these items can be damaged by contractors or internal alterations which diminishes their usefulness in the event of a fire.
Keeping safe needn’t be a worry – here’s how to do it with Synergy:
Regulatory bodies worldwide emphasise the importance of passive fire protection in building codes. Complying with these codes is not just a legal requirement but a commitment to the safety of all building occupants.
In a fire emergency, clear and safe evacuation routes are essential. Passive fire protection ensures that evacuation pathways are kept free from smoke and fire, allowing occupants to escape quickly and safely.
Peace of Mind
For health & safety managers and maintenance managers, peace of mind is priceless. Knowing that your facility is fortified with a reliable passive fire protection system grants you confidence in your ability to keep your workplace secure and your employees safe.
What our clients said
I would definitely recommend Synergy Fire Engineering to others. We were able to get an appointment to suit us and, on the day, we received a professional and unquestionable assessment of our business property against fire risks which I can use and action with clear understanding. Synergy definitely know their stuff and are now a chosen supplier for fire compliance.
Regional Facilities Management
Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd