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Legionella, Fire Safety & PAT Testing Services for Care Homes

We understand how important safety is to any nursing home, and meeting all of the legally required standards can be very difficult and expensive without some expert support.

Keeping the residents of your nursing home safe is something we specialise in, whether that's making sure your fire safety equipment is working properly, testing your electrical appliances or ensuring there is no dangerous Legionella bacteria in your care home, we're here to support you.

Thorough fire extinguisher, alarm and emergency lighting testing for your care home

Fire safety is a serious matter for any business, but even more care and precautions must be put in place when protecting older residents.

Even the best fire safety equipment can fail from time to time, which is why it is a legal requirement to get your equipment tested on a regular basis to ensure that your nursing home is protected against fire.

Our fire safety experts are fully accredited and have years of experience in testing fire alarms, smoke detectors, extinguishers and even emergency lighting.

We can test all of your fire safety equipment for you, giving you peace of mind that your patients are safe. We’ll even provide you with a detailed risk assessment and full documentation to keep your home protected and compliant with the law.

Get in touch today to keep your nursing home safe from fire.

Expert legionella bacteria testing & risk assessments for nursing homes

Legionella bacteria can be found in still or flowing water systems, it can multiply in hot or cold temperatures and causes the highly dangerous Legionnaires disease.

In nursing homes, drinking fountains, boilers and plumbing systems are all at risk of Legionella, and elderly patients can be very vulnerable to the disease.

Our expert and accredited water testing engineers can help to keep your residents safe by providing a thorough and professional examination of your nursing home’s water system. We’ll issue you with a full schematic drawing for your records and a risk assessment to keep you legally compliant.

Get a free quote today to protect your residents from Legionella.


Nursing home electrical appliance testing & risk assessments

The electrical appliances in your nursing home could have potentially dangerous faults that if left unidentified, could be a fire risk or cause serious harm to your residents.

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 states that: 'any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury or harm must be maintained and kept in a safe condition' whilst the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 also applies to keeping electrical items in a safe condition.

Our expert electrical testing engineers can complete thorough testing of all your care home’s appliances, and in most cases can complete any necessary repairs on site without a return visit. We can give you and your residents peace of mind that your appliances are completely safe, and we’ll provide you with a post-test certificate to show that you are legally compliant.

Get a free quote today for all your electrical testing needs.

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