According to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, it is the legal responsibility of the person or organisation that has control of the building to ensure that it complies with fire safety regulations. That means installing and maintaining appropriate fire doors wherever they are required. For housing associations, fire doors are required in order to:
Failure to provide adequate fire doors could result in:
Having helped housing associations understand their legal responsibilities to tenants since 2009, Fire Doors Complete are able to provide expert advice. The objective of our consultancy is to help keep your property legal and safe. That's why our services are both affordable and accessible.Got a question?
To learn the skills for yourself, we also provide a range of certified fire door training courses. All courses are designed to give installers, fabricators and property owners a better understanding of how to comply with UK fire safety building regulations.
Experience & Expertise
Our founder, Neil Ashdown, has spent decades working with fire doors. We have provided fire door consultancy across multiple sectors.
All our consultancy is in the interest of everyday public safety. The advice we offer is grounded in real-life fire safety situations.
Affordable & Accessible
In the interest of safety, our fire door consultancy is open to everyone. We aim to make our feedback and advice as clear, comprehensive and jargon-free as possible.
Each one of our expert consultants is happy to travel anywhere in the UK to provide their service. We want everyone to have access to outstanding fire door safety, no matter where they're based.
Housing associations must meet their legal obligations concerning the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and the new Fire Safety Bill.
As flats owned by housing associations often house hundreds of people, it is absolutely vital that they comply with fire door regulations:
As leading experts in fire door safety, we can help you specify the right fire doors for your properties. We can also assess the installation, maintenance requirements, and accessibility of your current fire doors. In every sense, we are here to help. We provide clear, comprehensive consultancy in a respectful and jargon-free manner. Our primary concern is the safety of your building and its residents.Contact Us
Just a note, as you know, I have studied a LOT but I have to say, I`m about halfway through the video presentation and for all the study I`ve done, this is by far THE BEST training I have encountered 😊 Kudos to you, I don't know how long it took you to compile this course but WOW 😯 I`ll study, re-study then re-study again then read the book and keep taking the test, if anybody wants/needs training I`ll definitely be sending them your way, wish I purchased your course first, (although then I wouldn't know how good your one is 😆) thanks so much.
Safe-Way Fire Prevention
Thanks very much, it's been a pleasure dealing with you. I would also like to say that I thought that Robin was a superb tutor, very engaging and extremely knowledgeable about this industry and made the course very enjoyable. Martin
Surrey Groundwork Contractors
I would like to thank Neil for the training that he has provided to our Company. His knowledge, experience and expertise on fire doors is exceptional. All who took part thoroughly enjoyed the training and now feel more confident in the maintenance and installation of fire doors and take the knowledge gained into their daily duties.
It has been a pleasure learning about Fire Doors and all the information and self tests that were given with the course was spot on and easy to use.
Just a big thank you following the recent FDC FD Inspectors Course. It was a really worthwhile couple of days where I learnt a lot and developed through practice and professional discussion. The input was well thought out and offered a real move forward after the other courses on fire doors I've undertaken. Thanks for the time taken, really worthwhile.
Trust Fire Safety Manager
Thank you. I am new to the world of fire doors and it has been a good learning process for me, so thankyou for your patience with my various questions. I’m sure that now I have a better understanding of how this all works, I’ll be much better equipped to know what I’m looking at and how to proceed post-inspection with any future reports we get you to do.