ChannelFire has certifications to the following organisations
ChannelFire recognises the importance of providing compliant fire detection and alarm systems. We are therefore, proud to have achieved compliance to meet the standards in the following BAFE Schemes:
- SP203-1 for system design, installation, commissioning and handover/maintenance.
- SP203-3 for handover/maintenance.
ChannelFire is proud to hold the relevant accreditation's required to meet the high standards outlined by ISO 9001 & 14001.
BS EN ISO 9001
BS EN ISO 9001:2008 is the internationally recognised quality framework, this enables ChannelFire to effectively manage all our work to the highest standards required by our clients. It also, enables our company to monitor and improve our performance to maintain high standards for the company.
BS EN ISO 14001
BS EN ISO 1400:2004 is an internationally accepted standard that sets out how ChannelFire can put in place an effective Environmental Management System (EMS).
Enabling ChannelFire to address the delicate balance between maintaining profitability and reducing environmental impact.
CHAS Health and Safety approved contractor
ChannelFire is committed to maintaining very high standards in health and safety, specifically, as this is a key requirement required by the buyers in public and private sector organisations.
The company is CHAS APPROVED, a recognition that we show compliance with important components of health and safety law (the core criteria described in the CDM regulations).
ChannelFire are proud to have been accepted by the FIA, as membership is restricted to only those companies that have third¬ party certification such as BAFE SP203, SP101/ST104 or LPS1014 or are BS EN ISO 9001 certificated.
The association only represents contractors who have a reputation for high quality and second-to-none service.
Responsible For Fire Safety? | Fire Safety Explained | Fire Safety For Businesses Video
Fire Industry Association Video
Fire safety advice for businesses, public buildings, and workplaces across the UK.
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