RM provides a complete range of Fire Safety Services to commercial and residential properties in Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Our easy to understand BAFE Certificated Life Safety Fire Risk Assessments clearly identify hazards that can be removed or reduced to safeguard your property in the case of a fire. Whether it’s a fire risk assessment for Schools, Offices, Industrial Estates, Retail Parks, Shopping Centres, Residential Care Homes or HMO’s in Birmingham, West Midlands or surrounding areas, we can help.
Our range of Fire Strategy services allow building managers in Birmingham and the West Midlands to calculate occupancy, evacuation strategies, proportionate fire loading, fire detection and alarm systems, means of escape, minimum exits, minimum exit widths, travel distances, fire resistance/protection and more.
RM Fire Door Surveys, carried out by our team of qualified assessors, are used to identify location, quantity and fire rating of fire doors within a property. We also assess the condition of fire doors and make recommendations if they require repair or replacement. We carry out Fire Door Surveys for SME Offices, Schools, HMO's, Shopping Centres, Care homes, Hospitals and other institutions in and around Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Without the proper preventative measures in place, a fire can rapidly spread through the structural integrity of a building putting many lives at risk. A fire stopping survey can ensure that this isn’t the case should a fire event unfortunately occur. At RM, we help businesses and organisations throughout Birmingham and the West Midlands protect their properties.
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Tony holds a Masters Degree (Hons) in Emergency Response and Risk Management.
He’s a Chartered Safety Practitioner and a National Accredited Fire Risk assessor, holding the European Diploma in this area. Tony has also worked for West Midlands Police in specialist areas, where he developed his knowledge of emergency planning and contingency planning. He has a solid all-around understanding of the safety industry. He’s often called upon as a guest speaker on specific topics and has sat on many steering groups.
Tony is on the Nationally Accredited Fire Risk Assessors Register (NAFRAR). Tier 3 is a list of individuals who can carry out Fire Risk Assessments on high risk and complex buildings. They have registered through a process that has recognised their achievement at the highest standards and levels of competency for fire risk assessors available in the UK.
Steve joined us in 2009. He was previously a Royal Marine commando where he learned many key skills that he’s brought to RM Risk Management. His disciplined approach to detail and due diligence has meant he manages many special tasks which require a keen eye and detailed methodical approach. Steve has undertaken many internal and external courses over the years and is a valued member of the team always offering a calm influence and delivering projects in a timely manner for clients.
Matt Joined RM in 2011 as an apprentice. At the time, we wanted to have staff who understood our client’s needs and specifically the property management sector, so we decided to take on and train up our own consultant to support the senior consultants. Since then Matt has become a very popular member of the team who knows our business inside out. He undertakes multi-disciplined audits and visits client sites on a regular basis. Currently he is a Graduate at IOSH and working towards his Chartered status having recently completed his final formal qualifications.
Peter chairs the British Standards Technical Committee FSH/24, developing and codifying fire safety engineering practices, as well as representing the UK on European standards committees. He is a former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Institution of Fire Engineers. Prior to joining RM, he was an Associate Director at the Fire Protection Association, overseeing the activities of the Fire and Risk Services group, and an Associate Director with a multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy. His time is mostly spent conducting fire engineering projects, risk engineering surveys and fire risk assessments for a wide variety of clients.
Dr Brian Kirby has been working in Fire Safety Engineering since 1979. He was originally part of a group of researchers within British Steel working on the behaviour on steel framed buildings in fire. He has been a member of BSI for 30 years and is currently the Chairman of the BSI committee responsible for the design Codes BS 9999 and BS 9991, as well as a member of the technical task group responsible for drafting these Codes. Since the early 1980’s Brian has worked in developing fire strategies for buildings.