Fire Risk Assessments


The Law:
Where persons are employed to work, it is a requirement under the Regulatory Reform (Fire safety) Order 2005 to carry out a fire risk assessment. Where there are 5 or more employees, the findings must be recorded in writing. Fire and Rescue Authorities are the enforcing body for the Order.

The responsible person must ensure a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks is undertaken by a competent person for the purpose of identifying the general fire precautions needed to take to comply with the requirements and prohibitions imposed by or under the Order.

Our expertise and experience allows us to provide fire risk assessments to all size of business - from small offices, high rise buildings, homes of multiple occupancy (HMO's), to large hotels and nursing homes. Our risk assessors are currently operational within the British Fire Service and have a wealth of knowledge and over 50 years combined experience in not only the fire service but also industry. This guarantees a comprehensive and fully compliant fire risk assessment.


• Fire Prevention
• Fire Safety Management
• Fire alarm systems
• Emergency lighting
• Fire extinguishers
• Fire doors
• Means of escape
• Persons at risk
• Housekeeping
• Staff training
• Record Keeping
• Action plans

Once the fire risk assessment has been carried out and completed we are then able to assist in the writing and implementation of organisations' fire policies and procedures as well as training their staff as required.

Failure to assess the fire risks within your premises is an offence under the regulations. The Fire and Rescue Authorities have a statutory duty to enforce compliance with the Order and in serious cases, penalties of a fine up to £5,000 for each offence or up to 2 years imprisonment can be implemented.


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