Fire Safety Engineers & Risk Assessors

Our specialists work throughout the UK carrying out fire risk assessments and providing fire engineered solutions for all building types and occupancies

Ensure compliance is met while saving expense by using the specialists

Pyro Fire offer a holistic approach to fire safety design

Fire Engineering

We produce fire safety strategies for new and existing buildings with a fire engineered approach

Fire Risk Assessment

We carry out comprehensive fire risk assessments to meet the requirements under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005

Fire Protection Measures

We have a dedicated team of engineers that are able to install and commission fire safety equipment and protection measures

  • £80,820 fine for Lancashire fire breach landlord

    A Lancashire landlord has been ordered to pay a £72,000 fine plus prosecution costs of £8,700 and a victim surcharge of £120 for breaking fire safety laws. Stuart De’Ath was prosecuted by Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service for 18 separate [...] Read more
  • Blast and Fire Create ‘Chaos’ in New York City

    Explosion brings down building, inflicts injuries; cause being investigated but appears gas-related A fiery explosion Thursday afternoon in Manhattan’s East Village injured at least 19 people, damaged four buildings and led to the collapse of [...] Read more
  • First new fire training facility unveiled in Dundee

    The first of a number of new fire service training facilities has been unveiled at Dundee Airport. The £400,000 compartment fire simulator is part of an expanded partnership between the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Highlands and [...] Read more
  • Fire alarm locks PM out of Downing Street

    Fire alarm locks PM out of Downing Street He may win battles with Ed Miliband and come out on top in discussions with Nick Clegg, but the Prime Minister didn’t stand a chance when faced with a fire alarm going off at Number 10! David [...] Read more
  • North Wales changing AFA response

    North Wales Fire and Rescue Service is changing the way it will respond to automatic fire alarms (AFAs). From 1 April 2015, the service will no longer send an emergency response to AFA actuations unless it receives a back up 999 call [...] Read more
  • This new sound-based fire extinguisher puts out flames by dropping the bass

    Two engineering students from George Mason University in Virginia have invented a potentially revolutionary fire extinguisher that uses low-frequency sound waves instead of water, gas or foam. Demonstrated in the video above, the cylindrical [...] Read more

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