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Any business that employs 5 or more people is required by law to have an up to date written Fire Risk Assessment.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 affects all non-domestic premises in England and Wales, including the common parts of blocks of flats and houses in multiple occupation (HMOs).  More commonly known as the Fire Safety Order (FSO), it covers almost all fire safety related legislation.

The law applies to you if you are:

  • Responsible for business premises
  • An employer or self-employed with business premises
  • Responsible for a part of a dwelling where that part is solely used for business purposes
  • A charity or voluntary organisation
  • A contractor with a degree of control over any premises
  • Providing accommodation for paying guests
  • If there is any kind of licence in force


Our Expertise

We can conduct a full fire risk assessment of your premises, by our assessors who are members of the Institute of Fire Prevention Officers and are Associates of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management. They have a wealth of experience in both the Fire Service and Health & Safety industries. We use the PAS79: 2012 (Fire Risk Assessment Guidance and a Recommended Methodology) standard to produce your document and Action Plan.


Our Service

Our fire risk assessors will inspect your building in the following areas:

  • Combustible, Flammable and Ignition Hazards
  • Electrical Safety Hazards
  • Housekeeping
  • Active and Passive Fire Protection and its maintenance
  • Evacuation & Escape Routes
  • Disabled Evacuation
  • Signage
  • Fire Warning System
  • Emergency Lighting System
  • Fire Fighting Equipment & Extinguishing Systems
  • Staff Training
  • Arson Preparedness
  • Use and Control of Contractors
  • Management Systems, Record Keeping, Fire Safety Policy & Evacuation Plans


We will provide a full report is prepared identifying any areas of concern. This is followed up by the production of an Action Plan, giving recommendations for improvement and prioritising the work required.

A Risk Assessment Review can be provided where our Assessor’s will come to review the Action Plan and any alterations that may have been made to the building further details are on the Risk Assessment Review page.

Other documents that can be provided, where necessary, include:

  • Fire Safety Policy
  • Fire Evacuation plan
  • Plan of premises showing fire safety equipment & escape routes
  • Hot work permits
  • Risk assessment for Lightning Protection
  • Fire Safety Log Book/Folder


We are happy to discuss any requirements you may have and our Assessors are available for consultation should you require advice.


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