Fire risk assessment
Conducting a fire risk assessment will identify any shortfalls in management controls and required remedial actions, providing reassurance that the safety of building occupants aligns with legislative requirements.
Why is a fire risk assessment required?
The responsible person must arrange a fire risk assessment of the premises and ensure it is regularly reviewed. This will identify what you need to do to prevent fire and keep people safe. A fire risk assessment will provide recommendations to reduce risk to an acceptable level; identifying occupants who are especially at risk and providing solutions to further support their safety. Fire risk assessments will confirm if required plans and procedures are in place including; Emergency Plans, Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans, Inspections, Fire Drills and Fire Training.
Fire Risk Assessment
Type 1 — Type 4 Fire Risk Assessments for Residential Accommodation
Fire Strategy Reports
Retrospective Fire Strategies
Regulation 38 Reviews
Engagement with the statutory authorities
Interpretation of fire safety guidance documents
The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) Assessments
Fire Evacuation and Emergency Procedures
Fire Safety Management Plans
Fire Evacuation Drill Management
General Fire Consultancy
Fire Safety Management Audit
Fire Door Survey
Fire Safety Training
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