Dry Riser Servicing & Maintenance
It is a legal requirement that all dry riser systems should be serviced annually.
It is a legal requirement that all dry riser systems should be serviced annually by means of a hydraulic pressure test in accordance with BS5306 and BS9990, and there is also a legal requirement that they are given a visual inspection every six months.
With over 20 years’ experience in the service, repair and maintenance of dry risers, you can be assured of an efficient, professional service in accordance with current British Standards from M&S Fire Protection (GLW) Ltd.
Professional Servicing Throughout Scotland
Based at our head office in Glasgow, we are able to count most Scottish local authorities and nationwide commercial building management companies amongst our clients, and our team of qualified engineers are able to provide a fast and professional service throughout Scotland and the North of England.
Need Professional Dry Riser Services?
Should you require any further information, guidance or a free quotation, please contact us on our contact page and one of our experienced team will respond immediately.
FIre risk assesments
Why Should I Carry Out a Fire Risk Assessment?
The current legislation places responsibilities on employers and any other person(s) with control of premises (duty holders) to assess the risk of harm from fire and to put in place appropriate fire safety measures to ensure the following meet all legal requirements:
How fire could be prevented in your premises.
How to identify the risks of fire in your premises.
How to ensure the safety of employees and persons in your property.
When a Fire Risk Assessment review should be carried out.