Fire Safety Management


A Fire Safety Management report from Caledonian Fire Safety Solutions Ltd will outline the key areas relating to all existing policies, procedures, management of fire safety, people at risk, processes & fire risk assessment to provide your business or premises with a suitably recorded Fire Safety Management strategy.

This report considers each element and draws on the fire risk assessment and fire strategy, to deliver a plan summarising the key objectives and any underlying requirements also ensuring the safe evacuation of all building occupants.

The purpose of the fire management strategy is to serve as a guide for planning and management of a potential fire threat to relevant people and premises.

We will present a report taking into account how the building is used by its occupants and to ensure management procedures are practical and compliant with the company’s business operations.

Our Fire Management Strategy Report will define the roles, responsibility and accountability of all personnel involved and liaise with the building owner and or manager to ensure these are understood. We will also work with you to identify those who may be especially at risk and put in plans to ensure their safety.

Policies & Procedures.

Caledonian Fire Safety Solutions Ltd will support your business by providing as required bespoke fire safety policies and procedures such as:

  • Fire Policy
  • Fire Emergency Evacuation Plan (FEEP)
  • Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP)
  • Fire Log Book


Staff Training.

Caledonian Fire Safety Solutions Ltd will also provide any required training for the relevant personnel including:

  • Fire Safety induction/refresher training.
  • Fire Warden/Marshal training

In addition, we can provide any required training and support to those persons with designated roles such as Fire Warden & Fire Marshals who have specific and important emergency & non-emergency duties that need to be managed and recorded.

These include:

  • All testing, including regular maintenance of fire systems (usually sub-contracted to a specialist company);
  • Up-to-date, sufficient and accurate fire maintenance and testing records (usually contained within a fire log book);
  • Co-operation with fire risk assessments to ensure that actions are completed;
  • Ensuring that if fire evacuations are required, they are carried out; and
  • An understanding of the overall fire strategy for the building.


(All staff training programmes can be delivered including live fire extinguisher training).

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