Are you Concerned about Fire Safety in your Business or Office Premises in Swansea & Bridgend?

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SECUREIT offers state-of-the-art fire prevention services to help keep your premises and employees safe.

Our team of experts specialise in fire risk assessments, fire safety training, and installation of fire detection and suppression systems.

We understand the importance of proactive measures in fire prevention, and we work closely with our clients to assess their unique needs and develop customised solutions.

You simply cannot take any chances when it comes to fire safety – trust our reliable and experienced team to protect your business.

Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you prevent fires in your premises.

We are running a #FirePrevention promotion this year so please visit the specific website page and register for a free, no-obligation, on-site survey.

“We have used SECUREIT on a number of construction projects to provide site security and always find them professional, responsive and overall a pleasure to deal with. Phil and the team provide first class service from start to finish and always go the extra mile to ensure complete peace of mind in their security system design and installation. We also used SECUREIT to install a high end security system and complete data cabling and controlled access system to a luxury new build house in South Wales. Everything from design and installation through to 24/7 monitoring of the property was included and the SECUREIT after care service is exceptional. SECUREIT should be everyone’s first choice for a complete security solution, as they will always be mine.”

Mike Gahan

10 Tips for Effective Fire Prevention for your Business, Offices or Factory

  1. Use SECUREIT – a reputable, local installer with accreditations and testimonials from local clients.
  2. Install smoke alarms and fire suppression systems in your facility.
  3. Keep fire extinguishers in easily accessible locations.
  4. Conduct fire drills and ensure everyone knows the evacuation plan.
  5. Regularly inspect and maintain electrical equipment.
  6. Avoid overloading electrical outlets.
  7. Keep flammable materials stored safely and away from heat sources.
  8. Ensure all heating equipment is properly installed and maintained.
  9. Properly dispose of hazardous materials.
  10. Train employees on fire prevention and safety procedures.