Safelincs are pleased to announce their BAFE accreditation for the maintenance of portable fire extinguishers.
Safelincs have a nationwide team of BAFE registered fire extinguisher servicing engineers. The BAFE accreditation and the related logo gives customers a visible way of recognising the professional competence of the company and the peace of mind that all service work undertaken by Safelincs is carried out to the same standard anywhere in the country. BAFE is a non-profit making organisation dedicated to improving the standards in fire protection. Companies who achieve BAFE accreditation are able to demonstrate their competence and quality of their service through this third party certification.
Safelincs offer installation, maintenance and commissioning of fire extinguishers without tying companies into a long term service agreement. If you would like to discuss your extinguisher maintenance needs, please do not hesitate to contact Safelincs on 0800 612 4827 or visit www.safelincs.co.uk Safelincs BAFE registration number: 1216
If you are simply replacing your existing fire extinguishers, we are now offering an optional add-on in the checkout when you are purchasing fire extinguishers. Our new fire extinguisher commissioning includes the delivery and the initial service (called commissioning) of the new extinguishers on site!
Commissioning is different to our installation service, as it does not include wall-hanging or correct siting of your new extinguishers. This reduces your costs significantly. Of course, if you never had extinguishers installed at the premises before, you can still choose the fire extinguisher installation option rather than commissioning, as the installation option will include correct siting of the extinguishers in the best position and fixing them to the wall. If you are entirely unsure of how many extinguishers you require, we can offer you a site survey. Any queries, just ring 0800 612 2946
Safelincs provide fire extinguisher servicing for the St Clements Church, Eastcheap, London.This church considers itself to be the church referred to in the nursery rhyme ‘Oranges and Lemons’.The rhyme begins with this church because when the Thames was wider than it is today, the wharf where the citrus fruit cargoes from the Mediterranean were delivered lay just across the street. It is said the church bells pealed when a cargo arrived. The earliest record of the rhyme as it is dates to around 1744.
Safelincs is aware that in the current economical times, the purchasing of fire alarm tests records, emergency lighting test logbooks etc, is not at the top of the list. That is why we have made a FREE downloadable log book.