We work with insurance companies and government bodies for our customers benefit.

We understand that regulations and requirements from insurance companies and government bodies are a large factor in many decisions around fire protection. From protecting mobile plant and machinery to covering risk areas in buildings and across processes, having a good knowledge of how a particular insurer works and to what standards they look is essential in getting the right solution for the specific risk. 

The same can be said for understanding and working hand in hand with government bodies like the Environment Agency for example. Knowing how to meet the requirements in the Fire Protection Plans which are a stipulation for all waste and recycling companies means that we can tailor solutions to work for both the client and the agency meaning a saving on money and time. And ultimately ensuring we deliver the right protection for the risk. 

Accreditations, Insurance & Government Bodies


The P-mark. The P-Mark is the RISE group’s own quality label and can be seen on a number of products. The P-Mark means that the product meets legal or regulatory requirements, but in most cases it also means that it meets other, more stringent requirements demanded by the market.

Regulation No 107 of the Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations (UNECE) — Uniform provisions concerning the approval of category M2 or M3 vehicles with regard to their general construction [2015/922]

Buses and coaches will be subject to UNECE Reg. 107 which means all vehicles will have to have fire protection systems fitted by 2021. 

Setting The Standard For Fire Protection Systems