Building Regulations and Fire Safety

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Is it easy to move suppliers?

By |June 1st, 2021|

So how easy is it to change your intruder and fire provider and come to us?  Very easy is the answer but don’t just take our word for it.  You need to find out if you are contracted to your current provider and what the notice period is and importantly ask will they hold you […]

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English Heritage Property now Protected

By |May 19th, 2021|

T. J. Fire & Security have this month been protecting an English Heritage property in Berkhamstead.  The building had domestic detectors originally so we installed a new Advanced MX5 Fire Alarm System with expander wireless devices, ensuring the listed building has full fire cover while sympathetically maintaining the listed status.

Berkhamsted Castle was first built as […]

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T. J. Fire & Security connect with cutting edge Protean Software

By |October 3rd, 2020|

T. J. Fire & Security have this month moved their computing software to Protean Software linked in with Sage. Protean Software is cutting edge and allows the engineers in the field to connect directly to the office allowing invoices and inspection certificates to be generated immediately upon leaving a customers premises.  Protean Software is an […]

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Post Grenfell – BAFE (British Approvals for Fire Equipment) Update – 5th February 2018

By |February 13th, 2018|

BAFE (British Approvals for Fire Equipment) is the independent registration body for third party certified fire protection companies across the UK.  BAFE is completely independent and totally unbiased party to help competent companies and people in need of fire protection services find each other. We are very proud to be a BAFE registered company adhering […]

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The BS:5839 standard – Are you aware of the recent changes?

By |November 21st, 2017|

The British Standard Institute (BSI) now advise that in order to reduce the chance of either malicious or accidental activation, all manual call points should be fitted with a protective cover.  Fitting protective covers to manual call points is now the default recommendation.  A ‘variation’ to the Code of Practice must be declared if covers […]

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