Our ‘Safe Book’ system keeps track of all your fire safety components – and then some!
To maintain a safe fire protection management system, year after year, requires a systematic approach and good overview, so that it is easy to keep track of all the individual parts. Our unique ‘Safe Book’ system tracks all the elements of your fire protection system down to the level of individual items and components. This makes it easy to monitor and check the status of your FPS and to take follow-up action where required.
Safe Book can keep track of all fire protection work and is easily connected to other systems
The Safe Book press system can produce documentation on all aspects of your fire protection work. Outstanding items that need to be addressed , or should be checked in the future, can be flagged in the system. Plans for inspections, surveys , service and maintenance can also be easily produced. This makes it possible to keep track of what work has been done and what work has still to be addressed, monitored and updated. Therefore Safe Book is a valuable tool for recording and reporting all types of inspections, checks and patrols – not just those relating to fire protection. Additionally the system is excellent in linking with other systems and thus greatly increasing functionality.
Statistics and analysis
Using Safe Book you can quickly get access to statistics that show the fire protection status of all your properties or look at and compare individual plants and areas. This enables you to produce analysis that can provide significant cost savings and figures for budget documents.
Simplifies the SFP, your systematic fire prevention
Everything that the law and the regulatory authorities require or advise can be documented within Safe Book. This makes it easy to present your systematic fire protection work to the supervising authority. Safe Book output is also invaluable as a support for the written report on fire protection in cases e.g. where you are required to submit documents to the Authorities or other agencies.