Payment Terms

You will be charged additional costs unless you choose a longer payment term, the Tariff you are charged directly reflects the time taken to pay for those services that you have received. To find out more information about our Payment Terms please click the link below.

 

Name of company
Fire Safe (UK) Ltd


Registered office

76 Gournay Road

Hailsham

East Sussex

BN27 3GF

 

Contact details 
E-mail: brianpeck@firesafeukltd

Office: 01323 325 272

Out of Hours: 07534 909 036

 

Business ID no. 

13622133

 

Terms & Conditions Continued

Terms & Conditions regarding Payment Tariffs are outlined within both FSC1 Ltd client invoice[s], plus Site Confirmation documentation.

Website Details

Information contained on this website is checked and updated by Fire Safe (UK) Ltd management with due diligence on a regular basis. This notwithstanding, data may become subject to changes during the intervening period. Therefore, Fire Safe (UK) Ltd management does not assume any liability or guarantee for the timeliness, accuracy and completeness of the information provided. This applies also to other websites that may be accessed through hyperlinks. Fire Safe (UK) Ltd management assumes no responsibility for the contents of websites that can be accessed through such links.

Further, Fire Safe (UK) Ltd management reserves the right to change or amend the information provided at any time and without prior notice.

 

Consultancy Services

Any risk assessments conducted (if applicable) are general risk assessments required by the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999. This does not include more specific risk assessments as required by other regulations, unless specified. Telephone/email support (if applicable) covers any work that does not involve the physical travel to the client’s site. If extra work on client’s site is required, this will be charged at an agreed amount. In the case of the telephone/email support contracts, the contract start date will be the date the client signs to accept the proposal.

 

Intellectual property rights

All copyright and all other intellectual property rights existing in this website and the Fire Safe (UK) Ltd report[s] Content (including, but not limited to, all design, text, graphics and the selection or arrangement thereof) are and remain our property.

 

All copyright and all other intellectual property rights existing in Client Data are and remain your property save that we are licensed to use it for the purposes of pursuing your Matter, storing it on file and to extent we need to use it for legal and regulatory purposes.

 

The expression ‘copyright’ shall include the entire copyright, design right, rental right, right to authorise or prohibit lending and data right subsisting now or created at any time.

Free Fire Safe (UK) Ltd Fire Log Book

A free Fire Safe (UK) Ltd Fire Log Book will be issued upon payment of an initial Fire Risk Assessment report. No more than one Fire Safe (UK) Ltd Fire Log Book will be presented to any one client, upon request, as part of this special offer. If a client purchases more than one Fire Risk Assessment (i.e. as part of a multi-property estate) then if more Fire Log Books are required, these additional items may be charged at the listed cost price of £39.00 each unless previously agreed with the consultant.

Training Courses

Fire Safe (UK) Ltd reserves the right to cancel or alter the dates or provision of service, the venue and the individual or organisation providing the service. In the event of a cancellation, bookings will normally be deferred to the next available date. This includes any training course, which would normally be held at the same venue unless the client specifically requests otherwise. If a booking is cancelled or deferred by the client, Fire Safe (UK) Ltd reserves the right to apply additioanl charges, where required (See Payment Terms section above).  

 

In-House Training

For any courses that are to be provided on the client’s premises, it is the responsibility of the client to provide the following:

  • A suitable training room, large enough for all attendees
  • Lunch and refreshments (if applicable)
  • A projector, flipchart and pens
  • Toilet and washing facilities

COSTING METHODOLGY AND ASSUMPTIONS

The costs for the individual buildings have been calculated using the description given by 'the client' (including business partners sales team personnel), which involved an approximation of the size of the property (m2), plus a brief overview of the Risk Profile (residential / commercial / converted property etc). This description will then form the basis for any quotation and will been agreed upon by both parties prior to the site visit or consultancy service[s] taking place. Our Terms and Conditions are that Fire Safe (UK) Ltd have no responsibility for any later variation to the originally agreed upon description of the property. For example; any additional storey level[s] and or buildings that are to be added to the existing description on the day of the assessment / survey and/or inspection will incur further consultancy costs being charged. Costs will be charged at our current hourly consultancy rate.

 

An hourly rate and provision of associated costs for travel etc. With possible additional hours for each building having been determined by assessing the most time efficient method of undertaking the survey. This is particularly the case for London based properties. Plan drawings should identify all party walls and protected routes (where this has not been possible, assumptions may be made based on the plans that have been provided). We propose to undertake the survey of this property in one trip. 

 

We will assume that our consultants will be able to work between 10am and 5 pm Monday to Friday at all properties and that, where required, a member of staff will be readily available in order to access those compartments required to form part of this survey. Safe and ready access to any secure areas of the property will need to be made available. This quotation is subject to our standard terms and conditions a copy of which is available on request.

 

All quotations are valid for a period of 60 days and is exclusive of VAT. Attendance at any subsequent meetings or revisions to the survey / assessment, should the project change or develop, would be seen as being additional consultancy work and therefor would be charged based on an hourly rate of £49.00, plus expenses.
 
 

What if I need to cancel the visit?

 

If you are unable to make the appointment you are asked to notify Fire Safe (UK) Ltd as soon as possible during normal business hours, i.e. Monday – Friday between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm. The cancellation fees are as follows;

 

  • Cancellation with less than three clear Working Days’ notice - 100% of fees.
  • Cancellation between four and nine Working Days’ notice - 50% of fees.
  • Cancellation ten or more Working Days’ notice – no fee.

 

Late payments will be subject to our Payment Tariffs. Please click the 'Payment Tariffs' button above to be redirected to this page.

 

 

FIRE DOOR INSPECTION COSTING METHODOLGY AND ASSUMPTIONS

 

The overall cost for any individual building has been calculated using the number of fire doors that are to be assessed, which has been disclosed by 'the client' (this would include business partners internal sales team personnel). An approximation of the size of the property (m2 from plan drawings etc) would be expected to be disclosed as well as a brief overview of the Risk Profile (residential / commercial / converted property etc). The total amount of fire doors that are to be inspected (or an approximation that has been rounded up to the highest number) within the property[s] has been determined and it is this description that has formed the basis for the quotation, which will then be agreed upon by both parties. Our Terms and Conditions are that any later variation to the agreed upon description of the property i.e., additional undisclosed fire doors to be inspected will incur further consultancy costs being charged.

 

The costs for the individual buildings have been calculated using an hourly rate and provision of associated costs for travel etc. The costs of a single fire door set would be £10.00 per item, with typical double fire door set being £15.00. With possible additional hours for each building having been determined by assessing the most time efficient method of undertaking the inspection. This is particularly the case for London based properties. Plan drawings should identify all party walls and protected routes (where this has not been possible, assumptions will be made based on the plans that have been provided). We propose to undertake the fire door inspection of any single property in one trip (unless stated previously). 

 

An hourly rate and provision of associated costs for travel etc. With possible additional hours for each building having been determined by assessing the most time efficient method of undertaking the survey. This is particularly the case for London based properties. Plan drawings should identify all party walls and protected routes (where this has not been possible, assumptions may be made based on the plans that have been provided). We propose to undertake the survey of this property in one trip. 

 

Whilst every effort will be made to gain access to all agreed fire doors on the day of the inspection, ultimately it remains ‘the client’s’ responsibility to ensure that all the required fire doors are made accessible and where required, tenants are informed and liaise with the Fire Safe (UK) Ltd consultant positively on the agreed date. Where one or more fire doors are not made available on the agreed upon date of the survey, unless previously arranged with Fire Safe (UK) Ltd, it remains ‘the client’s’ responsibility to contact any tenant, leaseholder and/or landlord thereafter to arrange for a revisit to be undertaken. Unplanned revisits may acquire additional costs due to unexpected consultancy time and/or travelling expenses. 

 

 

Using and Distributing Fire Safe (UK) Ltd's Works Templates as Your Own

Fire Safe (UK) Ltd have created and developed their risk assessment and/or survey forms (the works) and retain the copyright of these items. This copyright gives Fire Safe (UK) Ltd (being the author) of the works rights to control the use or commercial exploitation of the works that they have created.

This includes the exclusive right to copy, issue copies, rent or lend, perform, show, play, communicate the work to the public or adapt the work, and the right to stop others from doing any of these things without their consent.

 

 

Where Fire Safe (UK) Ltd has entered into a partnership with another company who wishes to use their works templates to be completed and distributed to their own client base, the Fire Safe (UK) Ltd template to be used in this process will remain intellectual property of Fire Safe (UK) Ltd who retain the right which stops copying. Unless previously agreed, only a Fire Safe (UK) Ltd competent consultant is to complete the risk assessment and/or survey forms. This agreement will provide Fire Safe (UK) Ltd, the rights holders of the works, with a range of rights in respect of their works including a right to royalties and to restrict how their works are reproduced by other people.

 

Fire Safe (UK) Ltd retains the right to prevent the reproduction of a 'substantial' part of their risk assessment and/or survey forms (the works); a test which is satisfied on a 'qualitative' basis. 'Reproduction' includes reproduction in any material form and so could be as a result of printing, including copyright works in TV programmes, films or publications, distributing copies of the work on the internet, or making a copy in 2D or 3D of a work.

 

Fire Safe (UK) Ltd is the 'author' of a work, i.e., the creator of the work, and is the first copyright owner. Where Fire Safe (UK) Ltd have allowed their works to be release with a partner’s company name and logo displayed upon it, this does not constitute as there being two or more authors who have created a work, joint ownership or co-authorship.

 

Privacy Notice

Our Commitment to Privacy

Your privacy is important to us. To protect your privacy, we have provided this notice explaining our information practices, ensuring that we shall be responsible for, and be able to demonstrate, compliance with the principles of The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).   Within this notice we will cover the following points:

  • Definitions
  • The Six Principles of GDPR
  • The Information We Collect
  • Sources of Collection
  • How We Use Information
  • Keeping your details up to date
  • Your rights
  • Our Commitment to Data Security
  • Our Commitment to Children's Privacy
  • Further Information Regarding GDPR
  • How to Contact Us
  • Review of Privacy Notice

To make this notice easy to find, we will make it available on our homepage and at points where personally identifiable information may be requested.

  

Definitions

We identify ourselves as a ‘controller’, who determines the purposes and means of processing personal data.

We use third party ‘processors’ and ‘controllers’ who are responsible for processing personal data on behalf of Phoenix Health and Safety.

 ‘Personal data’ refers to any information relating to an identifiable person who can be directly or indirectly identified in particular by reference to an identifier.

  

The Six Principles of GDPR

Article 5 of the GDPR requires that personal data shall be:

  1. Processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner in relation to individuals;
  2. Collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and not further processed in a manner that is incompatible with those purposes; further processing for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes shall not be considered to be incompatible with the initial purposes;
  3. Adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed;
  4. Accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date; every reasonable step must be taken to ensure that personal data that are inaccurate, having regard to the purposes for which they are processed, are erased or rectified without delay;
  5. Kept in a form which permits identification of data subjects for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data are processed; personal data may be stored for longer periods insofar as the personal data will be processed solely for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes subject to implementation of the appropriate technical and organisational measures required by the GDPR in order to safeguard the rights and freedoms of individuals; and
  6. Processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational measures.