FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT Call 01424 722405 for a free quotation
We all know that FIRE KILLS but did you also know that:
MANY BUSINESSES NEVER RECOVER FROM THE EFFECTS OF FIRE!
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into force in 1st October 2006 and replaced more than 100 Acts and Regulations on the statute books which referred to fire safety in one way or another. The order applies to all non domestic premises as well as communal areas in blocks of flats. It places a duty on the "responsible person" (usually the owner, employer or person in charge of the premises).
The Responsible Person must carry out a suitable and sufficient assessment on the risks to which relevant persons are exposed for the purpose of identifying the general fire precautions he needs to take to comply with requirements of the Order. For information on the government's guidelines, please click here
The local Fire and Rescue Authority are empowered under the Order to inspect your premises. They may carry out an audit and look for evidence that you have carried out a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment and acted upon the significant findings therein.
We are approved by the Fire Protection Association (FPA) and have over 28 years experience in the fire protection industry so you can be assured that our Fire Risk Assessments meet all the requirements of the Regulatory Reform ( Fire Safety ) Order 2005 and will be based on your specific business need.
What is involved in a Fire Risk Assessment?
1. Identify fire hazards eg, how could a fire start? what could burn?
2 Consider the people who may be at risk eg. employees, residents or guests, visitors and contractors and, in particular, vulnerable people such as children, disabled and the elderly
3 Evaluate and act - think about what you have found in steps 1 and 2 and remove or reduce any risks to protect people and premises.
4 Record, plan, inform, instruct and train. If you employ five or more people you must keep records of your Fire Risk Assessment and communicate it's significant findings to your employees. You must also plan a course of action to reduce the risk of fire which includes staff fire training, evacuation plans and maintenance of existing fire precautions or upgrading if necessary.
5 Review. Regularly review your risk assessment to ensure it remains up to date and reflects any changes that may have occurred.
With our experience and expertise in the industry we are well placed to provide fire risk assessments for all types of business from one room offices and small guest houses to large hotels, residential care homes, office blocks and apartment buildings.
The price for our fire risk assessments vary according to business type and size of premises, therefore, you can be assured of a compliant report at very competitive prices.
We have practical, expert help available for businesses such as yours, so, if your premises are in East Sussex or Kent contact uu for a FREE, NO OBLIGATION QUOTATION on : 01424 722405, email: email@example.com or click here for further information about any of our products and services.