HIQA will require confirmation that a suitably qualified person with experience in Fire Safety Design and Management will provide certification to confirm that all statutory requirements relating to Fire Safety and Building Control in the relevant building will be substantially complied with, as required under Article 4(3)(d) of the Health Act 2007 Regulations 2009.
This relates to HSE and non-HSE premises; such as Nursing Homes, Primary Care Centres, High Dependency Units and other health care facilities.
Under the Intoxicating Liquor Act 2008, as part of the Dance License and Exemptions Applications at the annual licensing court, a Fire Engineer must provide confirmation that the building complies with Part B (Fire Safety) of Building Regulations and the relevant granted Fire Safety Certificate.
To do this Pro-Fire can pre-empt, identity and address any issues likely to be raised by the Fire Officer in advance of the Licensing Court.
Dangerous Substance Licence
Under the Dangerous Substances Act 1972, a Dangerous Substance License is required in order to operate a Petroleum Station. Many chemical and manufacturing plants also require certification where large amounts of flammable liquids or gases are used in the manufacturing process.
Pro-Fire can provide the necessary engineering required to obtain this Dangerous Substance License.