Profile cover photo
Profile photo
M C Fire Protection
66 followers -
We offer a prompt, friendly service, take great pride in our appearance, professionalism and finished work
We offer a prompt, friendly service, take great pride in our appearance, professionalism and finished work

66 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

We are #recruiting!

MCFP is highly accredited to NSI Gold level. Our Fire Alarm engineering team work to high standards to satisfy our broad spectrum of valued clients as well as our NSI auditors. We offer an interesting role to applicants who wish to fill this position, which includes a pension, overtime potential, new Transit van and mobile phone. The successful applicant will be employed as a Fire Alarm service and installation Engineer, who will be required to join the call out rota, which will be 1 week in 4. Flexibility with start and finishing times will be a requisite, depending on work schedules. They must also be willing to be trained on Plumis Automist products.The role will include a balance between fire alarm servicing, small works, fault finding and (after training), Automist installations.
We are a great company to work with and offer a satisfying, rewarding work environment, team structure and career.
https://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/MCFP/jobs/Fire-Alarm-Engineer-ce0c0450894cdd77?sjdu=Zzi_VW2ygsY1fzh3Ma9ZsPaqOkFrOZiF9heaw3NaNTjr7X1yXbPlv_NPmGwilVtJR2m2K2HnDM_taJAKGuF6Ag
Add a comment...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
If, after reading this, you think your #Fire #Alarm system might need a check-up, just drop Liam a line at liam@mcfp.co.uk or call him on 01869 252600 - no fuss, no obligation, no problem.
Q. Is the fire brigade automatically notified if my alarm goes off?
This is a very common misconception.
The fire brigade is only automatically notified if there is a communication device which links the fire alarm system to an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).
The majority of fire alarm systems are not fitted as standard with automatic communication.
However, MCFP can retrofit automatic communication systems to practically all existing fire alarm systems.
Q. How often should I test my fire alarm?
The 2005 Fire Order Safety Act (article 17) states that fire alarms should be tested once a week by the responsible person or persons.
This dates and times of this weekly test should be recorded in your fire alarm test log book.
MCFP offer a fire alarm testing and reminder service to ensure that you do breach any legal regulations.
Q. How often should I test the emergency lights and how long should they stay on for?
Your emergency lights should be checked on a monthly basis.
This is a flick test to ensure the light operates; i.e. an on & off switch test.
On a 12-monthly basis, emergency lights require a 3-hour discharge test.
There is no requirement for a 6-monthly check, although a 1-hour discharge test is recommended.
Q. The little green light is illuminated on my emergency lights - does that mean they are okay?
No.
The green/red light is just to show that the emergency light is receiving mains power - it does not indicate whether the bulbs and batteries are working.
Q. If I have a fault with my fire alarm, how quickly will MCFP respond?
MCFP offer a guaranteed 4-hour emergency response time to all its customers.
However, in the majority of cases we will arrive quicker, the response time being largely dictated by location.
http://www.mcfp.co.uk/fire-alarm-servicing
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers a very Happy Christmas! We sincerely hope that you all enjoy the festivities and have much joy and happiness!

Thank you to all our clients who have worked with us during 2016 your support is much appreciated and we look forward to serving you in 2017! Happy New Year!

Our offices will be closed from Friday 23rd December and we will re-open on Tuesday 3rd January 2017, telephone answering service will continue for any emergency call outs.

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and Best Wishes!
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded