Onguard Fire Protection are located in East Birmingham and offer free advise and provide a full supply, maintenance & installation service for portable fire extinguishers to BS5306 Part 3 2017 by qualified technician’s. We have 30 years experience in servicing fire extinguishers so we can carry out servicing to all makes and types of fire extinguisher and provide a full service, refill, testing and replacement service. Every new fire extinguisher supplied is British Standard kitemarked and carries a 5 year warranty.
Onguard Fire Protection offer a comprehensive range of fire extinguishers which have been designed to meet virtually every fire eventuality, from water, CO2, foam and powder, as well as more specialist products including wet chemical and fire extinguishers for fighting Class D metal fires.
Fire extinguishers may all look similar, but there are actually different types of extinguishers designed to put out different types of fires. Having the right type of fire extinguisher for your needs is critical to protecting lives and assets and will help you be prepared if a fire breaks out.
Onguard Fire Protection, Fire extinguisher maintenance and servicing is carried out in accordance with BS 5306-3 2017 and part 8 2012. This is a legal obligation and falls under the Fire Safety Order of 2005 and is outlined in article 17 of the Order. We service all types of fire extinguisher. Our engineers are DBS Checked and carry CSCS cards. Performing quick inspections of your extinguishers on a monthly and yearly basis can go a long way in keeping your extinguishers working. It may seem like a waste of your time, but fire extinguishers can help you prevent a small fire from growing into a large fire that causes a lot of expensive damage to your property. Over time, a fire extinguisher can become damaged without you realising it. Regular inspections are necessary to be sure that your extinguisher will work when a fire breaks out.
Onguard Fire Protection Fire Risk Assessments are based on the regulations not what we want to sell!
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (FSO) came into effect in October 2006 and replaced over 70 pieces of fire safety law.
Identify fire hazards –
Consider the people who may be a risk –
Evaluate and act –
Record, plan and train –