Fire Risk Assessment
Fire Safety Law Significantly changed on the 1st October 2006 and has major implications for all businesses in England and Wales.
This new law simplifies previous fire safety law by consolidating over 100 separate pieces of fire safety legislation.
The intent is to place a greater focus on ownership, accountability and improved focus on fire prevention.
The new law repeals both the Fire Precautions Act 1971 and the Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1999, as amended, placing responsibility for fire safety firmly with the employer or 'responsible person' for a building. This 'person' is now required by law to assess the fire risk within a building using an acceptable means of risk assessment.
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 he needs to take to comply with the requirements of the Order.
We also take our responsibility in this regard very seriously, and our fire safety risk assessments can be carried out anywhere in the South East of England.
Upon completion of your fire risk assessment we will provide you with a risk assessment report, in a user-friendly format, in order that you can understand any fire safety risk assessment issues and deal with them in priority order. It is a vital part of the exercise that the document is reviewed and a documented plan is put into action to address any issues arising.
Whether you require just the Fire Risk Assessment & report, in Isolation - or a full programme of implementation support, we have in depth knowledge of fire prevention and can prepare a cost effective solutions without compromise to safety, through qualified & competent personnel to support both fire safety and success of your operation, its premises and its people.
For enquiries please call 01895 813333 or email email@example.com
Download the Fire Risk Assessment Information Sheet (PDF)