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Case Study – 

High Wycombe Dental Practice

The details 

When we first visited this premises some 10+ years ago, the building was under refurbishment. One the ground floor there was a retail unit and the dental practice operated from the 1st floor, with potential for them to develop the upper floors into residential dwellings as they owned the whole building.

As plans developed and they got the green light, we consulted with building control and the responsible persons for the building to ensure plans were worked to and the level of passive and active fire protection met so that all users of the building are safe. Particular attention was drawn to the residential areas so that protected routes were created to ensure safe egress. Fire doors and the smoke ventilation system are testament to the level of safety implemented. 

We carry out annual assessments for the dental practice, and ensure the procedures are all followed by completing fire training sessions with the staff. This involves using fire extinguishers, which the staff always seem to enjoy! 

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