Kitchen Extract Cleaning:The Regulatory (Fire Safety) Order 2005
From April 2006 it became an offence if systems were not maintained from a fire risk prospective and in the event of personal injury or death from a fire associated with a poorly maintained system (section 17 of the RRO) charges of corporate liability or manslaughter may be brought against the operator (responsible person).
All systems cleaned by EI Hygiene Solutions Ltd are recorded and verified on our bespoke data base system VMP (Ventilation Management Programme). This system has been specifically designed to ensure that when we are asked to survey and verify the condition or cleanliness of your ventilation systems, we will provide you with a detailed report with all industry compliant information required free of charge which includes.
Kitchen Extract Duct CleaningCleanliness and fire safety are essential ingredients of every well managed kitchen. At the heart of the matter is your kitchen extract system, the perfect landing place for grease, oil and other deposits.
Keeping canopy hoods and filters regularly cleaned is the easy part. But what happens to the ductwork and fans, the parts you can’t see?
EI Hygiene Solutions Ltd can take the worry out of your hands with an expert kitchen extract duct cleaning service that ensures you meet your fire safety obligations under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, minimising the fire risk by removing grease deposits with regular cleaning programmes which are devised to suit your individual kitchen needs.
Whether you are a restaurant, hotel or any type of catering facility our service can be tailor-made to suit your needs at regular intervals from weekly to annually and with it come peace of mind. We are insurance company compliant and the complete system is cleaned to B&ES TR19 standards. The clean is verified with a comprehensive report supplying before and after photographs and B&ES TR19 Wet Film Thickness Gauge measurements of grease levels. Failure to deal effectively and comprehensively with the issue is just storing up problems.
By cleaning only as far as you can reach is not effective at preventing a fire; only complete system cleaning is effective.