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BAFE SP205 Accreditation

Having delivered Fire Risk Assessments for many years, we are pleased to have added the BAFE SP205 accreditation to our portfolio.


2nd May 2024


David Mc Tear

Property Tectonics 

BAFE SP205 Accredited

Property Tectonics (pt) is pleased to announce that we have recently been accredited to BAFE SP205, Fire Safety Register. As our customers' responsibilities and needs increase, we will increase our skill set and qualifications to provide the professional services they require. We can provide the following Fire Risk assessments for your organisation: Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, and Type 4 (intrusive FRA surveys).

We have a very experienced team of FRACS-accredited Fire Risk Assessors, headed up by our Head of Fire Consultancy at pt, Matthew Cox. Matthew has over 20 years of experience within the Health, Construction, Safety, and Fire industries. He is a member of both the Institute of Fire Safety Managers and the Institute of Fire Safety Engineers, holds NEBOSH Fire Safety certificates, and is a registered NAFRAR and FRACS assessor.

Having delivered Fire Risk Assessments for many years, pt is pleased to have added the BAFE SP205 accreditation to our portfolio. We can provide Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, and intrusive Type 4 fire risk assessments. Please get in touch for more information—Contact Us.



The British Approvals for Fire Equipment is a third-party certification body in the UK that provides quality assurance and certification for companies involved in the fire protection industry. BAFE accreditation demonstrates that a company meets specific standards and requirements for the design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of fire protection systems and equipment.

There are several reasons why BAFE accreditation may be necessary or beneficial:

  1. Quality Assurance: BAFE accreditation ensures that fire protection companies adhere to recognized industry standards and best practices. This helps to maintain high levels of quality and reliability in fire protection systems and equipment, reducing the risk of failures or malfunctions that could compromise safety.
  2. Compliance: BAFE accreditation demonstrates compliance with relevant regulations and legislation governing fire safety in the UK. Many insurance companies and regulatory authorities require BAFE certification as evidence of compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements.
  3. Competitive Advantage: BAFE accreditation can provide a competitive advantage for fire protection companies by demonstrating their commitment to quality and safety. Accredited companies may be more attractive to customers who prioritize reliability and compliance when selecting a provider for fire protection services.
  4. Customer Confidence: BAFE accreditation instils confidence in customers that their fire protection systems are being installed, maintained, and serviced by competent and qualified professionals. This can help build trust and credibility with customers and enhance their satisfaction with the services provided.
  5. Risk Management: BAFE accreditation helps to mitigate risks associated with fire safety by ensuring that fire protection systems are installed and maintained to high standards. This can help minimize the likelihood of fires and reduce the potential impact of fire-related incidents on life, property, and business operations.

Overall, BAFE accreditation plays a vital role in promoting quality, reliability, and compliance in the fire protection industry, ultimately contributing to improved fire safety and protection for individuals, properties, and communities.


If you require any further information, get in touch.