SJD incorporate modern energy-saving techniques and ensure equipment is designed to an economic life span. Our designs are carried out with emphasis on reliability and with consideration for future maintenance requirements.
As an experienced ECA and NICEIC approved contractor, SJD provides customers with the high levels of inspection and reporting demanded by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
SJD focuses on minimising both unexpected power outages and potential electrical fire hazards in clients' facilities. Electrical preventative maintenance is the most cost-effective protection against outages and power quality problems.
Modern business demands high-speed internet access and efficient computer networks systems. Not only must your cabling embrace today's technology, it must also be planned for growth to meet your future needs.
SJD Electrical design, install, service and test fire alarm and emergency lighting systems for all types of public, commercial and industrial premises, including universities, schools, hotels and factories.
All non-domestic buildings, and HMO’s, are required by law (The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005) to have an adequate fire safety risk assessment and a fire management plan implemented and maintained. This may include automatic or manual fire detection, depending on the premises and nature of the occupying business.
To understand the legal requirements regarding protection from fire, including a risk assessment template, see http://www.communities.gov.uk/fire/firesafety/firesafetylaw/
Unfortunately we have witnessed the destruction and disruption caused by fires. If a fire strikes, it is important that detection and signalling alerts the occupants at the earliest possible stages to preserve life and property. Sufficient, working emergency lighting can be essential to enable to safe exit of occupants from a burning building.
SJD’s installed fire alarm and emergency lighting systems comply with the requirements of BS 5839 and BS 5266 and we inspect, test and certify existing systems in accordance with these British Standards.
- Fire alarm panels
- Manual call points
- Automatic fire detection
- Smoke detectors
- Sounders, bells, and strobes
- Illuminated exit signs
- Emergency lighting