Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention/Life Safety

The Greengate Consult Fire Prevention Unit provides fire and life safety and hazardous materials inspection services for building construction, annual building inspection, and hazardous materials regulation. The Fire Prevention Division of Greengate Consult provides a comprehensive fire and life safety oriented plan review for land development, new building construction, interior tenant improvement projects, fire suppression, and fire alarm systems. In addition, periodic construction inspections are performed to ensure that completed projects conform to both state and local fire safety regulations. For existing commercial buildings, the Fire Prevention Unit provides an annual inspection program that is delivered through both prevention staff and fire station personnel. The Hazardous Materials Section provides a comprehensive program of plan review and inspection for hazardous materials system installations, modifications, and closures.

Fire Safety Audit Services

Causes of fires can be eliminated by critical identification of fire risks in a systematic way, and evaluating them based on their impact and existing fire protection measures. Greengate Solution’s Fire Safety Audit /Fire Risk Assessment is a structured and systematic examination of the workplace in order to identify hazards from fire. Greengate Consult’ Fire Safety Audit is aligned with ISO 19011 (guidelines for auditing adapted for fire safety auditing), and in conformity with the International Fire Safety Audits standard AS4655

The AS4655 Standard outlines the process and framework for audits and sets out minimum requirements for the structured auditing of fire safety measures in a facility against nominated audit criteria, including those relating to life safety. It covers requirements for the general principles of auditing, audit program management, the fire safety audit process and responsibilities, reporting, fire safety audit levels and audit team competence, and includes all the components of the system as noted.

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