Eagle Security Systems Ltd

Galtee House 1 Heanor Road

ILKESTON

Derbyshire

DE7 8DY

admin@eaglesecurity.org.uk

0115 944 1234

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Albion Castle is the training arm of Eagle Security Systems Limited.

These are two of the businesses based in Galtee House Heanor Road Ilkeston in Derbyshire.

Together these two companies can supply all your Safety and Security needs.


Eagle Security


Install and Maintain



Fire Alarms.


Security Alarms.


CCTV Systems.


Access Control Systems.


Electric Security Fencing.


PA systems.


Hearing Loops for the deaf.


Electrical Installations.


Inspection and testing.


Fire Risk Assessments


Fire Extinguishers



Albion Castle


Can deliver training courses on


First Aid at Work


Emergency First Aid at Work


Community First Aid


Health and Safety in Work Place


Certificate and Diploma in Providing Electronic Security and  Emergency Systems



For your First Aid needs we can supply.


First Aid Boxes


Emergency Room equipment.


Defibrillators.

Also in Galtee House we have BioKi Limited who can advise and supply you with a range of Herbal Food Supplements.

We have Awen Gifts who will supply you exiting gifts and all you need for dowsing and water divining.


You will find satisfied customers  in

Ripley, Heanor, Codnor, Ilkeston,West Hallam, Smalley, Morley, Oakwood, Long Eaton, Alfreton, Riddings, Somercotes, Selston, Long Eaton, Tamworth, Sawley, Derby, Oakwood, Bramcote, Wollaton, Nottingham,Trowell, Denby, Little Eaton, Markeaton, South Normanton, Pinxton, Huthwaite,

Sutton in Ashfield, Mansfield, Worksop, Warsop and Kirkby in Ashfield, Chesterfield, Clay Cross, Keddleston,Tibshelf, Hardwick, Stretton, Manor Road Industrial Estate, Quarry Hill Industrial Estate, Heanor Gate Industrial Estate, Cotes Park Industrial Estate, Strelley, Stanley, Stanley Common, Spondon and South Normanton, Breaston, Chilwell, West Bridgeford Derby and  all of Derbyshire, Nottingham and all of Nottinghamshire, Lincoln Lincolnshire, Leicester, Leicestershire, Newark and Newthorpe, Bilsthorpe and Blidworth, Rainworth and Forest Town,

 And throughout  The East Midlands


Below are samples of the equipment we use

Heartsine, Menvier, reiki, Cooper, Scantronic, Risco, Pyronix, Visonics, apollo, Chubb,Bentley, Honeywell,Optex, Dualcom, Optima, eurosec, gardtec, Karizma, Omnicrom, Lightsys, Castle, 9448, Castlecare, ADE, Paragon, Redwall, Redcare, Rokonet, Ultimate, Veritas, Visonics, wisdom, Galaxy, Herbal Food,Chi Kung, BioKI, Awen, Nemtek, C&K, Texecom, logic, gallant, GJD, racal, rascal, Came, Faac, Nice, BPT, BFT, Ctec, Kentec, signifier, concept, C&K, syncro , gent, risco, paxton, axesplus, Progeny, Borer, BSB, Simons Voss,

Among others

Fire Safety Training Courses

Award in Fire Safety Awareness

level 1

Award in Fire Safety Principles


 level 2

Award in Fire Risk Assessment

 level2

Telephone 0115 944 1234 or 0115 944 5563

For more information

Eagle Security Systems Limited

1 Heanor Road

Ilkeston

Derbyshire

DE7 8DY

0115 944 1234

Email admin@eaglesecurity.org.uk  


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One in three business premises are not fully compliant with the statutory Fire Safety Order.


According to the latest government statistics, more than a third of non-residential premises audited last year by FRAs (fire and rescue authorities) were not fully compliant with the government’s Fire Safety Order.


This follows a fire safety audit carried out by the Fire and Rescue Authority.


Action was taken in 12,932 premises as a result of non-compliance with the order. The worst performers were licensed premises – only 52% of 8,200 licensed premises audited were satisfactorily compliant. 30% of 4,900 offices and 29% of 6,000 factories and warehouses, were also found to be non-compliant.


This is even more concerning when we look closer at the data; just 3% of premises in England and Wales were checked last year, so who knows what the standards were like in the other 97%. It’s quite possible that there are hundreds of thousands of non-domestic premises that are breaking the law, risking fines, potentially invalidating their insurance and most worryingly, endangering the safety of workers and the general public – these could include shops, factories, schools, offices, warehouses, restaurants, pubs and public buildings.

The most common compliance failures found in the audit included poor risk assessment and inadequate emergency exit routes.


The FRAs, commented, “It is essential we really promote how important it is to get a thorough and robust fire risk assessment completed in premises by someone who is suitably trained and experienced. In many cases it is actually the simple things that cost nothing to do – like clearing fire exit routes – which make a big difference.”


Better training must also play a key part in fire safety management. Business owners need training to alert them of their responsibilities and the legal requirements of fire safety. Managers and supervisors need training to adequately implement the management standards and controls identified within the fire risk assessment. Fire marshals need training in the crucial role they play in preventing fires and then dealing with emergency situations, and then training of employees to play their part in ensuring the fire safety of the premises.



Are you aware of your responsibilities under the Fire Safety Order?


Any Firm that that fails to meet the requirements of the Fire Safety Order risks breaking the law, facing fines, invalidating their insurance and endangering the safety of both employees and the public.