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Fire Risk Assessment

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Expert Consultants in Fire Risk Assessment

We provide affordable and expert fire risk assessment with a final report.

Premises we cover

Below are premises that our consultants perform assessments on.

  • Office and Shops
  • Factories and Warehouses
  • Sleeping Accommodation
  • Residential care homes
  • Educational premises, schools, colleges
  • Public houses, Restaurants, Cafes, Village Hall, Community Centres
  • Large places of assembly, Large night clubs, museums, libraries, churches
  • Theatre, Cinemas, Concert  halls
  • Open Air Events, theme parks, zoos, sporting events
  • Health Care premises, hospitals, doctors surgeries, dentists
  • Transport premises, airports, railway stations, bus and coach stations

The aims of the fire risk assessment are:

  • To identify the fire hazards.
  • To eliminate or reduce the risk of those hazards causing harm to as low as reasonable.
  • To decide what passive and active fire precautions and management arrangements are necessary to ensure the safety of people in your premises if a fire does start.
Fire Risk Assessment Services

5 steps of how an assessment works

  • Identify all obvious fire hazards

    – e.g. how fires could start, potential flammable materials

  • People who may be at risk

    – e.g. employees, visitors, and any particularly vulnerable people such as children, elderly and disabled people.

  • Evaluate risks and act

    – Remove and reduce any risks found from steps 1 and 2 to secure people and your premise

  • Record, plan and train

    – keep a record of what risks you identified and what actions you have taken to reduce or remove them.  Make a clear plan of how to prevent fires and, should one start, you will keep people safe.  Make sure your staff know what to do in the event of a emergency and if necessary that they are trained for their roles.

  • Review

    – regularly review your assessment to ensure it remains up to date and reflects and changes that may have occurred.