Lindum Fire Services Ltd offer a COMPLETE RANGE OF FIRE SAFETY SERVICES for your business, from initial fire risk assessment through to the sales and supply of fire extinguishers and the design, installation, commission and maintenance of fire alarm systems and fire equipment.
Established in 1992, we have built our reputation on listening to client's requirements and specifications in order to provide a competitive, outstanding service and to aid controlling costs whilst enabling you to conform to the laws associated with all aspects of safety in the workplace.
Our engineers are highly qualified & certified in their field of work. We have achieved highly sought after third party accreditation in the form of BAFE SP203 and the British Standards Kitemark. Having these accreditations provides you with the evidence & confidence that you are choosing a competent, caring and compliant company.
Lindum Fire are also proud to be a member of some of the other most respected trade bodies within our industry including the Fire & Security Association and Electrical Contractors Association. Our Managing Director sits on the board of five British Standard Technical Committees and is a council member of The British Fire Consortium. Our health & safety competency is audited and accredited by Safecontractor and CHAS.
Lindum Fire Services Ltd, design, supplies, installs, commissions and repairs all types of conventional and analogue addressable fire-alarm systems.
We have a team of fully trained engineers available to commission new systems or repair and maintain
A landlord of a block of flats in North Yorkshire has admitted a failure to take fire precautions at the premises following the death of two young jockeys at the site nearly four years ago.
Jan Wilson and Jamie Kyne died after becoming trapped in one of the upper floors of the Tannery in Malton, following a fire started by Peter Brown.
These include failure to take reasonable fire precautions along with a failure to make a risk assessment between March and September 2009, the date when the fire broke out.
If the assessment is found to have been carried out to an insufficient extent, the Responsible Person can face an unlimited fine or a prison sentence of up to two years.
7 Newporte Business Park,
Cardinal Close, Lincoln. LN2 4SY.