BAFE Schemes

BAFE SP201 Fire Detection and Alarm Systems (LPS 1014)

BAFE SP201 Fire Detection and Alarm Systems (LPS 1014) Scheme

BAFE SP201 Registration Process

This scheme is only for organizations who already hold LPCB/BRE LPS 1014 Fire Detection and Alarm Systems Third Party Certification and wish to register with BAFE. Organizations cannot register to this scheme without this specific certification.

A step by step process of how to become BAFE Registered to the BAFE SP201 Fire Detection and Alarm Systems (LPS 1014) Scheme can be found below.

Step 1

Check requirements. Does your organization hold LPS 1014 Fire Detection and Alarm Systems Third Party Certification?

If yes, proceed to step 2. If not and you would like your organization to be Third Party Certificated in the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire detection and fire alarm systems please see the BAFE SP203-1 Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems Scheme for further information.

Step 2

Complete the BAFE SP201 (LPS 1014) Application Form and submit this to BAFE. With this you need to include a copy of a valid LPS 1014 certificate.

BAFE SP201 (LPS 1014) Application Form

Step 3

Once this application has been approved your organization will achieve BAFE SP201 Registration. Your organization will then be added to the BAFE Fire Safety Register online, which will enable all users searching for Third Party Certificated BAFE Registered Companies for this service to access your information.

BAFE will then send out a welcome pack including your BAFE SP201 Registration Certificate. At this point you will be permitted to display the BAFE SP201 logo and promote your BAFE SP201 Registration where appropriate (please contact BAFE for digital versions of the BAFE SP201 logo for use on web/print/vehicles).

Important Information
Once BAFE Registered to BAFE SP201, your organization will be subject to provide evidence of ongoing LPS 1014 Third Party Certification when required.
The BAFE SP201 Scheme has an annual fee of £280+VAT (which is charged pro-rata for the first year).