Fire Risk Assessments

The primary aim of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 is to implement suitable and sufficient risk control measures to safeguard life in non-domestic premises.

This is realised by means of a fire risk assessment to identify those persons at risk, to determine significant findings and to establish the necessary arrangements to reduce or eliminate the risk of fire.

Our qualified and experienced consultants can conduct a fire risk assessment for your premises and provide professional guidance and advice to help you meet statutory requirements.

Landlords, business owners, business occupier tenants, schools, construction site, theatres, cinemas, pubs, care homes, houses of multiple occupancy owners etc all have a requirement to produce a fire risk assessment and emergency plan and make the contents known to those who use their premises.

Should you feel that you need assistance in developing these documents we have a track record that meets the requirements of the fire & rescue service and insurance companies alike. We have many happy companies that continually use us for this service.

We follow a ‘5-step’ approach to Life Safety Fire Risk Assessments as required by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and utilise PAS 79 (a framework for Qualitative Risk Assessment which offers a methodology and structured approach to Fire Risk Assessment for people with knowledge of the principles of fire safety). This means that when a fire officer inspects your premises, the report will meet their ‘suitable and sufficient’ criteria.

Whatever environment you operate in, all staff legally require Fire Awareness training. Get the basics covered, keep your workplace safe and work towards compliance with current legislation.

This Training Course Is Broken Down Into 5 Sections:

1. The Nature of Fire
2. Fire Signage
3. Fire Hazards
4. Emergency Procedure
5. Portable Fire Extinguishers

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