One of our main objectives is to help improve the performance of the estate including enhancing the safety of staff, patients and visitors. Fire safety is a statutory requirement and has long been a major issue and priority in healthcare. The Responsible Person, as set out in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 bears a key responsibility for ensuring that risks are properly assessed, whether it’s done in-house or contracted out.

It is no longer good enough to permit an inexperienced person to review and report on the fire worthiness of your site, experienced skilled competent persons must be used. To help members meet these demands HFC has joined with award-winning Nulogic Fire Ltd, one of the leading companies in Fire Risk Assessment, with over ten years of successful collaboration with the public sector. They offer a spectrum of solutions from providing high quality tools that will help you assess and manage your data, consultancy expertise, carrying out assessments, right through to a fully managed approach.

Nulogic Fire has been awarded positions on a number of procurement frameworks, enabling NHS clients to procure their services whilst complying with standing financial instructions and current EU regulations.

Nulogic Fire Limited is an established provider of Fire Safety Management Solutions. In addition, the Nulogic Training Academy provides a wide range of courses both for in-house and external colleagues so they can get both the core skills and more advanced learning to strengthen capacity.

Members of HFC and the FMKx can access a discounted offer to support effective assessment from leading edge Fire Safety experts NuLogic. This offer comprises a discount on the agreed contract price of 6% for fire risk assessment products. Consultancy and training discount will be 5% based on the agreed commission fee.

Don’t forget that to get your unique discount code, you need to be a member of HFC and/or FM Knowledge Exchange so just click here to join FMKx – it’s easy and free.

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