Fire Risk Assessment

There is a legal duty on the named ‘Responsible Person’ to ensure that all premises where persons are employed to work, or where members of the public visit, are required by law to have a fire risk assessment completed by a ‘competent’ person. If there are 5 or more employees as an aggregate, where the responsible person has control over a single building or more than one property, the risk assessment must be documented in writing.

Our Fire Risk Assessments identify any ‘significant finds’ to the occupiers or 'responsible persons' for the building. The report contain an ‘action plan’ to address any risks and advises how to remove or reduce these risks down to an acceptable level.

Our fire risk assessments cover as a minimum the following areas:

1. Ignition sources
2. Combustible materials
3. Prevention and management
4. Means of escape
5. Fire Service operational facilities

The ‘action plan’ in the report we deliver must be kept up to date following any actions addressed, and reference to these actions must be documented. It's then up to the 'responsible person' to ensure the assessment is kept up to date.

Our team of highly experienced and skilled fire risk assessors are available to carry out this service for you. They all have many years served in the fire service in a fire safety role, so have the practical experience and knowledge, to ensure that your assessment is ‘suitable and sufficient’ as required by the law. We have worked with many UK fire services to ensure our fire risk assessments are fully compliant, for further details and a quotation please contact us on the link below.

Please contact us for a quotation.