Sunderland, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 30, 2009 -- If you own or lease business property or rental accommodation with shared areas you will know that you have to carry out a fire risk assessment and put in place the correct provisions in case of a fire. You will also know that you need to have access to competent advice in this area. The problem is all too often finding the right company to do the work for you. Word of mouth is always good but this is not one of the subjects that you generally chat about.
Based on how well the company are doing and the contracts they have recently attracted we think that we may have the solution for you with MacDonald Martin. They have recently announced that Newcastle and North Tynside Primary Care Trust have contracted them to provide over 60 fire risk assessments on their buildings. This doubles the number with the Trust from a year ago and cements the good working relationship that they have between them. Additionally, they have been contracted to provide all the Fire Warden Training and fire alarm training for the Trust.
The Trust Fire Safety Office, Paul Dorkin, said âWe are extremely happy with the services that MacDonald Martin provide for us. They are extremely professional and give me invaluable advice to ensure that we stay compliant with current Fire Safety legislation. I would not hesitate in recommending them to anyone.â
This award has come shortly after MacDonald Martin was awarded a 3 year contract from one of the countryâs leading leisure industry companies. This contract includes the provision of Fire Risk assessments, fire warden training and fire alarm and extinguisher maintenance for 114 sites. These contracts are part of a planned expansion and, in these difficult times, the company is actively recruiting.
Not only does MacDonald Martin provide the services that these clients need but they also do lots of other safety courses such as abrasive wheel training [http://www.macdonald-martin.co.uk/fire-safety-training-courses/abrasive-wheel-training]. They can carry out your disability access audit [http://www.macdonald-martin.co.uk/other-services/disability-access-audits] to make sure any disabled employees can get out of your buildings safely if there is a fire and they are specialists in emergency lighting systems, after all there is no point having all the fire security doors and drills if your employees cannot see how to exit the building.
To get a broader picture of everything this highly professional company can do for you take a look at their site http://www.macdonald-martin.co.uk and then make a no obligation appointment for them to come and talk to you about how they can help you make your buildings safer.