If your business has 5 or more people you must keep a written record of your fire risk assessment.
In order to identify what is required to prevent fire and keep people safe you must carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment for your premises.
Fire safety is a complex subject that requires an understanding of legislative requirements, building regulations and associated systems system’s such as fire detection and alarms, emergency lighting, electrical installation, maintenance requirements, and a strong understanding of the theory of fire.
Our team of fire risk assessors are qualified and experienced in providing fire risk assessments for a variety of industries, ensuring that you meet your legal and regulatory requirements.
We often liaise with Fire & Rescue service representatives and other interested parties such as local authorities and CQC on behalf of our clients to ensure external audits are smooth and hassle-free.