Fire Risk Assessments and specialist healthcare fire training:

Paul Fenton the Area Director of Business Infrastructure Services  for NEPFT – 2014 wrote:

“Martin has worked with North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust since 2011 acting as a mentor to a newly appointed trust fire officer. MB Fire Risk is a reliable and extremely professional service which has undertaken individual fire assessments for our portfolio of buildings across Essex. These fire risk assessments were carried out in an expedient and cost-effective manner and insured that the trust maintained its compliance in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Martin assisted our Capital Development Team assessing new-build projects for fire compliance, has undertaken all elements of evacuation and fire training across many buildings and for a large number of staff”.

During 2017 SEPT and NEPFT merged together becoming EPUT.

MB Fire Risk continue to be the preferred fire safety providers for fire consultancy and we contracted to extend specialist healthcare fire training to all of thier sites in the south of Essex.

During 2018 MB fire Risk undertook fire risk assessments at all complex priority one EPUT centres. MB.

 

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