0116 2623916 | email: sales@squirealarms.co.uk
Fire & Security Specialist | Leicester

Waking Watch Services.

Since the tragic events at Grenfell Tower in 2017 the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) have recommended building owners to use personnel to patrol the premises to monitor any risk or signs of a fire. Today many buildings are armed with a basic fire alarm which are deemed as “adequate” by most local councils , a waking watch service should be used alongside for added fire safety.

What is “Waking Watch”

Waking watch is a 24-hour surveillance and monitoring service where specially trained Fire Marshalls will carry out regular interval patrols of your building. 

We would work close with our clients as to your fire requirements, but general responsibilities will include:

  • Contacting the Fire Services in the event of a fire
  • Protecting the site from potential fire risks
  • Regular patrols at intervals with a focus on fire risks
  • Assisting in the event of a fire to alert all residents or occupiers to evacuate the building
  • Assist and liaise with the Fire Services if required

What can we do for you

  • Our team of highly trained Fire Marshalls and Risk Consultants can review your site to discuss any fire risks
  • We will carry out an extensive fire assessment in line with standards set by the NFSCC and FRS
  • Using an NFC (Near Field Communication) tagging system, we will tag your premises to provide proof of presence to help highlight any mitigation of a fire risk
  • Provide you real time reports of our patrols and highlighted risks

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0116 2623916 | email: sales@squirealarms.co.uk
Fire & Security Specialist | Leicester
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