Nobel Fire Systems protect Rights & Humanity Charity’s New Kitchen

Following 12 months of extensive refurbishment at Liverpool’s world famous Liver Building, the charity organisation, Rights and Humanity has now completed its relocation to the building and is setting up an International Centre of Excellence in human rights and responsibilities. The Centre will include a training and conference centre from which the charity will co-ordinate its thought leadership programmes.
Located within the complex is a fully equipped catering kitchen and as part of the overall work programme, special care and attention to health and safety issues was carefully considered in the knowledge that all commercial kitchens pose unique fire risks, gathering large numbers of people at one time while also engaging in cooking activities that inherently pose the risk of fire.
The recommendation to talk to Nobel Fire Systems initially came from Stockport based PJS Installations UK Limited and it was the outstanding capabilities demonstrated by Nobel Fire Systems, alongside positive feed-back from existing customers that led to PJS commissioning the work.
Nobel Fire Systems was able to satisfy all operating and safety requirements by fitting the UK’s premier wet chemicals kitchen fire suppression system K-Series in the new kitchen facility. The Nobel K-Series has provided the Charity with full protection to its entire kitchen cooking appliances, extract canopy and duct work.
Ben Parker, Commercial Director of Nobel Fire Systems commented; “We’re delighted to have worked with PJS Installations on this project. We carry out a lot of work in the catering sector at home and abroad and are fully aware of the special risks that are inherent in the volatile environment of commercial kitchens. Every system is designed following a comprehensive risk assessment taking into account the requirement of successful fire suppression and a client’s interruption potential”.