As an employer, you'll want to make sure that your premises,
people and property are properly protected against the risk of fire - and you're also under legal obligations to ensure that
this is the case. Don't leave it too late, find out what our assessments involve and contact us today.
Our in depth assesments will help identify any risks, where to suitably place and maintain fire fighting
equipment, any signs and notices needed and many more. Scroll down to find what is involved in our full assesment.
Under the Regulations, the duly appointed 'Responsible Person' must ensure that a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment is undertaken so as to identify
the fire precautions necessary to protect all building occupants and reduce instances of fire occurring.
By engaging SAFE to conduct a fire risk assessment of your premises, you'll be helping to protect your premises,
property and people - and you'll also be meeting legal obligations imposed by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Our qualified assessors can conduct a fire risk assessment on your behalf;
then they'll provide you with a comprehensive document that covers all fire assessment matters that have been covered. SAFE's fire risk assessment process comprises:
1. A tour of the whole area of your responsibility to identify and assess:
Who is at risk
Any process or building hazards
Potential ignition sources
Deficiencies in existing fire precautions
Correct types and quantities of suitably maintained fire safety equipment
(fire alarms / fire extinguishers etc) required
Appropriate fire training and drills required
Signs and notices needed
Adequate means of escape in the event of fire
2. Evaluation of your company's fire manual(s) and emergency procedures, including any Permit To Work systems that you may have in place
3. Production and issue of a fire safety management plan to the responsible person(s). Included in this document would be:
Documented fire risk assessment
List of significant findings
Recommendations on all remedial action(s), where required
Identification and list of potential ignition sources
Fire risk assessment performance indicator
Detailed description of installed fire equipment
4. In addition to the above, we can also provide general fire safety advice and a written Fire Policy Statement (if required).
Ready to start your project? Or maybe you would like a little more information. If so, you can
contact us today or request a call back.
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