Regulatory reform fire safety order 2005 

The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 states that it is the responsibility of employers and landlords to maintain the working order of fire doors and exits. They must keep proof of the doors’ maintenance records and be able to evidence any necessary repairs that have been made to the doors. 

PUWER Regulation 5 

This regulation states that the responsibility for scheduling maintenance of doors with the employer that operates a commercial facility or the owner of that facility. It applies to all work equipment that is necessary to operate as a business, but does specifically include motorised industrial doors. 

HSE Regulation 18 

Regulation 18 is the outcome of research that links regular maintenance of industrial doors with reductions in accident rates in the workplace. 

Workplace health, safety and welfare regulations 1992 

The document from 1992 states that industrial doors on commercial premises, whether powered or manually operated, must be maintained and a report available. 
Our service program is designed to suit all businesses and their doors. We offer 3, 4, 6 or 12 month inspections depending on the design, usage and age of the door. 
Our engineers will overhaul and service including minor adjustments/repairs ensuring our customer have full peace of mind. If any larger faults or concerns are seen, we will advise the steps that need to be taken next and can quote accordingly. No major work will be carried out without your consent meaning no unexpected large bills!!! 
We can also provide a detailed report following our maintenance checks if requested. We know that auditors and insurance companies require this documentation so this can be provided upon request. 
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