Mark Smith

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Technical Director

Mark has spent his working career in the fire alarm industry, in which he is highly respected by his colleagues and competitors alike. Mark often provides technical support to other fire alarm companies and even alarm equipment manufacturers. He also uses his experience to train engineering personnel. His ability to solve problems is legendary and has allowed Tecserv UK Ltd to compete for and win prestigious contracts for extremely complicated projects.


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The Guns of Navarone.

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Absolutely any TV Soaps!

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September 28th, 2020

People new to the industry or to the role of 'The responsible Individual" appreciate simple guides and explanations. This basic guide to fire alarms and fire alarm installation is a simple but basic explanation of the key terms.

December 10th, 2019

Do your employees know what to do if they find a fire? We highlight the seriousness of your fire safety procedures are well communicated and understood by all employees.

October 21st, 2019

Tecserv UK hosted new product development specialists visiting the UK from India to gather views on how Honeywell Gent products could be further developed for the UK market.

July 24th, 2019

With experience of carrying out the installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems, Tecserv UK offers its top tips for fire safety in restaurants.

July 16th, 2019

Biometric access control systems are growing in popularity over other access control systems that use access codes, key fobs or access cards.

June 03rd, 2019

Choosing between the different types of fire alarm systems can often be a minefield, but in this article we give advice on which system should be installed in your commercial property.

March 18th, 2019

A review of fire safety risk by Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant has led to the installation of an ANSUL® R-102 commercial kitchen fire suppression system.

March 05th, 2019

Every business owner, premises owner, landlord, director or manager must have a 'responsible person' - someone who is in charge of fire safety. It is this person that needs to ensure that a fire risk assessment is carried out.

January 23rd, 2019

A fire risk assessment is a process that involves a competent individual carrying out a systematic evaluation of commercial premises to assess the risk of fire, the likelihood that a fire could break out, and the consequences should a fire occur.

November 13th, 2018

A guide to BS 5839 Part 1 : 2017 - the code of practice as defined by British Standards which applies to the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire alarm systems in non-domestic premises.