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Fire Stoppers Rolls Out Digital Fire Logbook

UK fire risk assessment consultancy and maintenance provider, Fire Stoppers, has become the latest organisation to implement the True Digital Fire Logbook solution from Tio in hundreds of client premises.

Having faced  challenges with the completion, storage and access of traditional paper logbooks, the management team at Nottingham-based Fire Stoppers were ready to specify the innovative, cloud-based solution which conforms to the requirements of BS5839-1 and helps managers of multiple sites monitor activity, providing a macro- or micro-  view of compliance, and helps ensure legal obligations are being met.

“Paper logbooks are all very well, but they have clear limitations,” explains James Soley, Director and Fire Safety Consultant at Fire Stoppers, which prides itself on providing a one stop shop for all client fire and security requirements. “Tio’s Digital Fire Logbook is simple to use, yet offers many sophisticated features. Compliance tasks for all parties are tracked and managed, with in-built guidance. Tio has applications far beyond that of a traditional logbook, such as the ability to see asset histories, digital document storage for building plans, and integrated compliance and performance dashboards.

“Feedback from our clients has been overwhelmingly positive and we can see the potential to roll out the Digital Fire Logbook across several hundred buildings where we look after the fire systems and oversee fire safety. For anyone working remotely, managing a portfolio or overseeing multiple buildings, it’s frankly a no-brainer.”

The Digital Fire Logbook is priced to replace paper logbooks, and pre-configured to bring together a huge number of fire, safety and security topics in one place. The company states It is quick to set up and as easy to use as paper, solves a multitude of issues and radically improves safety, relationships and compliance for all parties, including the building occupier, service provider, risk assessor, installer, commissioning engineers and emergency services.

“Using a digital fire logbook is a gamechanger for our clients,” says Jason Hill, Tio Fire Safety sales manager. “It does everything that the traditional paper-based version can do, while adding multiple features and benefits that make life simpler for everyone involved. Our customers find it beneficial to have a cloud-based resource that can be accessed from any web-connected device, ensuring 100 per cent compliance, creating an audit trail, and safeguarding the integrity of the information in any fire incident. Businesses like Fire Stoppers are finding it an invaluable tool that enhances performance and traceability, while also improving communications with clients.”

Features include a compliance task manager that automatically schedules and tracks tasks for service providers, building occupiers and risk assessors, a customisable guidance module that helps staff complete jobs, linked asset registers and maintenance, variances, false alarm and activation tracker, custom tasks creator and fire visitor logbook. All users get a performance and compliance dashboard, permitting oversight and management from a single site to vast portfolios of properties.

Visit www.tiofiresafety.com.

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