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We provide property managers, landlords, facilities managers, educational establishments, business owners, care homes, holiday lets, compliance managers, and many more, with professional next day* Fire Risk Assessments.

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What Is A Fire Risk Assessment And Why Is It Needed?

A Fire Risk Assessment is a legal requirement. An assessment will help reduce and remove the risk of fire hazards.

Under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 and the associated Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006, the responsible person/duty holder must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and implement and maintain a fire management plan. Failure to carry this out could result in a fine, imprisonment, or both.

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Not all Fire Risk Assessment providers are equal…

We want you to be safe and sure you have the right Fire Risk Assessments, at the right price too.  We strive to be number 1 for customer service and satisfaction.

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Be careful what you pay for a Fire Risk Assessment. A fair price for a fair service is what you’re looking for.

With us, you pay a fixed fee with nothing to pay until the Fire Safety report is ready to be sent.

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Watch for unusually high pricing and ‘extras’. All too often extras quickly mount up.

Check their Fire Risk Assessments qualifications… it is vital all assessors are qualified.

We regularly check and review all our assessor’s qualifications and experience to ensure they are competent to carry out fire risk assessments. We also ensure that they keep their knowledge up to date with current guidance and legislation through CPD. All the reports are subject to a quality check which includes a qualified validator, prior to being dispatched.

If they cannot give evidence of qualifications, walk away.

Check if they provide a Fire Risk Assessment Method Statement prior to carrying out the assessment and their insurance.

We send out a pre-visit questionnaire prior to every visit, detailing what to expect on the day. If required, we can also send a Method Statement or RAMS for your Health & Safety procedures. We are fully insured with both Public Liability as well as Professional Indemnity. We also have Safe Contractor accreditation, which ensures our Health & Safety procedures are independently verified.

If no method statement or risk assessment is provided, to show safe working practices, you may be at risk. You must ensure anyone accessing your premises is insured to protect you and your property.

Check if they provide a full Fire Risk Assessment report with action plan?

A full comprehensive Fire Risk Assessment report, is produced following the visit. This includes an action plan, summarising all the findings and giving clear timescales and priorities for all the actions to be taken.

No Action plan with the report, means that you could be left without guidance on what you need to do and how to prioritise.

How quickly will you get your Fire Risk Assessment?

Our reports completed by the assessor within 2-3 working days of the assessment date. It is then quality checked and the guidance validated, so the report is ready to dispatch within 5 working days.

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Reports being produced much later after the survey, could mean delay addressing any high risk areas, that may have been observed.

Check their reviews… are they performing well?

We use Trustpilot to encourage your peers to review the service they’ve received, so that potential new clients can see how we perform and what service we provide.

We want you to be safe in the knowledge that you’ve come to the right place. See our reviews >>

If they cannot produce reviews or testimonials, you can’t be sure of the service you will receive.

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So how important is a
Fire Risk Assessment?

Each and every day, news of how important Fire Risk Assessments really are, is on our TV, radio, in the newspapers and on the web. Here are a few topical news items as well as some helpful information.

What is reviewed as part of a fire risk assessment?

Fire Risk Assessments should be comprehensive and numerous fire risk factors should be taken into account.

The amount of detail included in an individual review depends to a great extent on the building’s complexity. For example, a one compartment building, like a kiosk or small shop, is going to have a lot less that needs to be reviewed compared to a block of flats or large office block.

Although every fire risk assessment is unique, the following fire prevention and fire risk factors should be checked by the assessor as part of the assessment:

  • The building’s construction, layout, and use
  • The nature and number of occupants, including any potentially vulnerable occupants
  • Electrical equipment on the site that could be a potential source of ignition
  • Whether the building has a history of any fire loss
  • Defense against arson
  • Smoking areas as well as prevention measures that have been taken to prevent fires caused by smoking
  • Protection against fires that are caused by lighting
  • Installed and portable heating devices that can trigger fires
  • Any fire hazards that have been introduced by outside contractors or building works
  • General housekeeping and key areas being kept clear of any combustible materials
  • The configuration and maintenance of escape routes
  • Storage arrangements for any flammable and dangerous liquids
  • Emergency lighting has been properly installed and is in good working order
  • Measures are in placed for limiting fire spread
  • Adequate means are in place to raise the alarm in the event of a fire
  • Fire safety signs are in the proper locations and used correctly
  • Other devices, like sprinklers, are properly installed and maintained
  • The appropriate fire extinguishers are in the correct locations
  • Whether or not there is evacuation drills and fire safety training on a regular basis
  • Who manages the building’s fire safety and how well it is done
  • Proper records and documentation are being kept on fire safety measures
  • Correct testing procedures and maintenance are in place for fire safety systems

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