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Telephone 0115 944 1234
Telephone 0115 944 1234
We are based in
 Galtee House
1 Heanor Road Ilkeston
which is home to a vibrant business community
including
Albion Castle Limited
who distribute
HeartMath
systems and provide coaching session on
the
HeartMath EmPro
systems which measure the heart
rate variability and coherence which help to combat
stress, high blood pressure and many related diseases.
Albion Castle is also the publisher of books including
Learn to Dowse,
A Voyage into your Sixth Sense
which was written by Jack Golds the MD of Eagle
Security, also In the
Footsteps of Thomas Bateman
which Jack co-wrote with Mathew Berrisford. Galtee
House is also home to
 Awen Gifts
an online distributor
of dowsing equipment and specialised gifts. Sharing
Galtee House is
BioKi Limited
who distribute their
own brand of ethically produced Herbal Based Food
Supplements.
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Eagle Security Systems Limited Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY Telephone 0115 944 1234 email admin@eaglesecurity.org.uk
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Fire Risk Assessment Service Why Do You Need a Fire Risk Assessment? The Fire Safety Order places the responsibility for fire safety on the employer or 'responsible person' for the building or premises. This Legislation has added yet more red tape onto the business sector. Regarding Fire Risk Assessments the law states: - > "The Responsible person at any premise must have a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment carried out by a competent person." The 'responsible person' is the person/s who owns or controls the business. This is also the owner of the property. If the two are different they must share responsibility and are obliged to co- operate. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires all employers and those who are responsible for non- domestic, industrial, commercial and residential premises to carry out a Fire Risk Assessment of their premises and thereafter review on an annual basis or sooner if circumstances change. It is a legal requirement under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to have a Fire Risk Assessment which is deemed to be ‘suitable and sufficient and none compliance to the Order may lead to employers/duty holders being served Alteration/Prohibition Notices and/or being Prosecuted. The Fire Service are actively carrying out spot checks which can lead to prosecution. A fire risk assessment evaluates your premises in terms of fire safety hazards to people and property. An assessor visits your premises, makes a physical inspection and provides you with a clear and concise report. This report will detail a prioritised action plan on how to minimise identified risks. You receive an expert assessment carried out by a competent person as required by law:- We fully explain the report with you to make sure all is clear.
Telephone 0115 944 1234
Telephone 0115 944 1234
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Eagle Security Systems Limited Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY Telephone 0115 944 1234 email admin@eaglesecurity.org.uk
Intruder Alarms Intruder Alarms Fire Fire Access Control Access Control Gates and Barriers Gates and Barriers CCTV CCTV Perimeter Protection Perimeter Protection Assisted Living Assisted Living Home Home
Fire Risk Assessment Service Why Do You Need a Fire Risk Assessment? The Fire Safety Order places the responsibility for fire safety on the employer or 'responsible person' for the building or premises. This Legislation has added yet more red tape onto the business sector. Regarding Fire Risk Assessments the law states: - > "The Responsible person at any premise must have a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment carried out by a competent person." The 'responsible person' is the person/s who owns or controls the business. This is also the owner of the property. If the two are different they must share responsibility and are obliged to co-operate. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires all employers and those who are responsible for non-domestic, industrial, commercial and residential premises to carry out a Fire Risk Assessment of their premises and thereafter review on an annual basis or sooner if circumstances change. It is a legal requirement under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to have a Fire Risk Assessment which is deemed to be ‘suitable and sufficient and none compliance to the Order may lead to employers/duty holders being served Alteration/Prohibition Notices and/or being Prosecuted. The Fire Service are actively carrying out spot checks which can lead to prosecution. A fire risk assessment evaluates your premises in terms of fire safety hazards to people and property. An assessor visits your premises, makes a physical inspection and provides you with a clear and concise report. This report will detail a prioritised action plan on how to minimise identified risks. You receive an expert assessment carried out by a competent person as required by law:- We fully explain the report with you to make sure all is clear.