Colt Service and Maintenance Certifications and Accreditations. Competency is crucial
It is absolutely imperative that your smoke control systems are serviced by someone who is fully accredited and third party certified. Colt was the UK’s first company to be certified to both IFC SDI 19 and SDI 05, which are both standards that have been developed by the Smoke Control Association. The new certifications, which have been provided by IFC, have been awarded in recognition of Colt’s knowledge, experience and skill as an installer and servicer of both smoke control systems and fire curtains.
SDI 19, which is mandatory for all smoke control installations, aims to ensure that installers are competent in areas such as fire strategy, scheme design and installation.
SDI 05 demands the same levels of competency with regards to the installation, commissioning and servicing of active and fixed barriers for fire and smoke control.
Below, you will find details of all the other accreditations and certifications that Colt holds as well.
Having pioneered smoke control in the 1930s and with over 70 years of service experience, Colt is the U.K.’s leading provider of smoke control and ventilation maintenance.
Colt engineers. Your best choice
Colt has more highly trained and experienced smoke control service engineers ready to help 24/7, 365 days a year across the UK than any other company.
Benefits of our service contracts
Aside from the fact that Colt has the most comprehensive service contract on the market, there are many other benefits when you become a Colt service customer.
Colt health and safety
All our maintenance engineers undergo a yearly health and safety training course which includes asbestos awareness, working at height, first-aid and rescue training.
CHAS Assessment Scheme
Colt holds the Common Assessment Standard established by Build UK within the Contractors Health and Safety (CHAS) assessment scheme. View Certificate
Are your systems safe?
Under the RRO, building operators and owners are required by law to provide suitable maintenance to ensure proper smoke control system functionality in an emergency.
What our customers say
We are proud to have a 94% positive customer satisfaction feedback record which we strive to improve upon each day. Find out how we help our customers stay compliant and save money.
Your legal obligations as a building operator
The RRO requires that life safety systems be “maintained by a competent person who is familiar with the fire engineering performance specifications of that specific system”.