Mike Fleckney was engaged by the National Maritime Museum to carry out a Life Safety and Property Protection Fire Risk Assessment in August 2011.
The assessment included the Main Museum, newly built Sammy Ofer Wing which has a large basement exhibition gallery, administrative offices in the West Central Wing and East Wing together with basement areas, roof spaces, cafes and ancillary areas.
I accompanied Mike and found his manner to be pleasant and his attitude to fire safety management pragmatic.
Mike seemed happy to offer advice and answer questions and genuinely interested in Museum activities and operations.
The written report of the assessment was presented in such a way that it could be easily read and understood by any member of Museum staff and included observations, photographs and recommendations for improvement. Various staff at the Museum readily accepted Mike's recommendations and works have been progressed in accordance with them.
I have recently contacted Mike and arranged for him to carry out fire risk assessment of another of the Museum sites.
Sapphire Security have been in the Fire and Security business for over 30 years, our name and reputation depends on us supplying our services at the highest standards.
When we decided to offer our clients Fire Risk Assessments, we required the services of a spiecalist organisation that would reflect our own work ethos.
Mike Fleckney and his team at Rapier Consulting fit the criteria perfectly.
We have used their services over the past few years and find that their depth of knowledge is second to none, it doesn’t matter whether we task them with an individual job or multiple jobs, they are always helpful, prompt and very reliable. The standard of their work does not change and we are more than happy to be associated with Rapier Consulting.
Sapphire Security would recommend Rapier Consulting.
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