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“Karntek have been carrying out work for Sandbourne Housing now since 2017 and have always completed the surveys in a prompt and professional manner, over the last few years they have carried out all of the following surveys to a very high standard.

  • Passive Fire Audits
  • Fire Door Inspections
  • Fire Risk Assessments
  • Safety Sign Audits

I would highly recommend their services to anyone and will continue to use them for all our future fire risk assessments.”

Brian Griffiths Cert CIH, dipFD

Maintenance Manager at Sandbourne Housing


“The University of Wolverhampton have had an assured partnership with Karntek since 2018 and found them to be highly competent, reliable, organised and professional in their work at the University. As a company Karntek, provide special attention to detail when undertaking the university fire door and compartmentation condition surveys providing reports and undertaking the auditing/certification of completed works and fire risk assessments as and when necessary. 

The company support and advice that I receive on behalf of the University is excellent and their reporting procedures and information is clear and concise.  Karntek have a very customer focused approach to their business with a “can-do” attitude, whilst being a versatile and flexible resource.

I would highly recommend this company based on my experience and the support received, whilst working with them closely over the 12 months.”


Asset Manager at University of Wolverhampton

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Frequently asked questions

Why is passive fire protection important?

Passive Fire Protection is essential in stopping the spread of smoke and fire through a building. It is needed to protect the escape routes and the building’s structure to prevent it from collapsing. If the passive fire protection is correct then it is unlikely any significant damage will arise from a fire.

Can I carry out my own Fire Risk Assessment?

A Fire Risk Assessment must be completed by a “Competent Person”. This means you must have the necessary knowledge, training, skills and experience. If your Fire Risk Assessment isn’t “Suitable and Sufficient” you could be prosecuted.

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