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Firesafe Solutions (UK) Ltd is an established nationwide Fire Consultancy company working for a wide range of companies to ensure they stay within the law in a cost effective way.
Firesafe Solutions (UK) Ltd began life in 2004 as a lone trader organisation with two members of staff and one client. Very quickly it grew and became a Partnership before inevitably becoming a Limited Company.
|Highly qualified staff|
|Wide ranging experience from Hospitals to pubs|
|National coverage ensuring low travel costs and low carbon footprint|
|In house quality assurance to ensure highest quality of service|
|Full range of fire consultancy services|
|Experienced negotiators with the Fire Service|
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