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      Previous BAFE Schemes withdrawn

      BAFE continually reviews its schemes with monitoring groups from the industry to ensure they still hold relevance and that BAFE can verify the validity of certificated services/products during their complete lifecycle. If it is decided that this is not the case, schemes can be withdrawn to uphold our responsibility of developing quality systems for third party certification.

      BAFE SP103

      Refurbishment of Portable Fire Extinguishers SP103

       

      This scheme was originally designed to operate for ISO9001 certified companies (with a scope to SP103) that provide refurbishment services for fire extinguishers.

       

      The SP103 scheme was officially withdrawn and ceased to operate 30/06/2016

       

      Click here for more information regarding this scheme withdrawal

      BAFE MP101

      Manufacture of Portable Fire Extinguishers MP101

       

      This scheme was originally designed to operate for companies that manufacture portable fire extinguishers to BS EN 3 and had obtained the appropriate third party product certification.

       

      The MP101 scheme was officially withdrawn and ceased to operate 30/06/2016

       

      Click here for more information regarding this scheme withdrawal

      BAFE MP103

      Manufacture of Fire Blankets MP103


      This scheme was originally designed to operate for companies that manufacture fire blankets to BS EN 1869 and had obtained the appropriate third party product certification.


      The MP103 scheme was officially withdrawn and ceased to operate 30/06/2016


      Click here for more information regarding this scheme withdrawal

      BAFE SP204

      Halon Decommissioning SP204


      This scheme was originally designed to operate for companies who offered halon decommissioning to verify their compliance with the requirements of EC2037/2000. It ensured the competence of technicians involved in this process provided the highest possible protection to the environment, life and property.


      The SP204 scheme was officially withdrawn and ceased to operate 04/05/2010

      Where do I begin with fire safety for my building?

      Legal obligations nationwide require the appointed responsible person for fire safety for commercial/non-domestic premises to have adequate fire protection.

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      When sourcing help, make sure you specify competent fire safety providers and verify their Third Party Certification is appropriate and valid for the work required.

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