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We can carry out your Fire Risk Assessment.

All business owners with premises must conduct a fire risk assessment as required under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

What is a Fire Risk Assessment?

A thorough examination of your business premises and activities, and how they may pose a fire risk to your staff, your property and your visitors. You must record and take steps to reduce this risk, as part of your 'duty of care' to those on your premises, and those in the
vicinity if applicable.

What Is My "Duty of Care'?

  • Businesses need to protect employees and others.
  • Shop owners have to protect customers.
  • Landlords must protect their tenants.
  • Hotel owners should protect their guests.

What must Businesses ‘Assess’?

  • The risk posed
  • The likelihood of that risk happening
  • The existing fire precautions in place
  • Who (staff or visitor) is “especially at risk” i.e the blind, elderly, disabled or the deaf

If the Inspector calls?

You must prove you have done this and keep accurate fire log book records. Fines for not having this document are significant and far outweigh the cost of the exercise for any organisation.

Who can do a Fire Risk Assessment?

Anyone with some formal training, knowledge and experience in fire prevention. There are official (lengthy) guides to help for various
types of premises.

If you do not feel confident (or your staff do not have the training, knowledge or experience), then call in the experts such as Safety is the Key.

We will undertake a detailed investigation of your site and issue a comprehensive Fire Risk Assessment and wall Certificate to help your organisation and satisfy the Insurance, Fire Inspector and Health and Safety Inspectors.

Call Safety is the Key now on 020 8406 5039 (or text 0777 614 0913) for help or advice on your Fire Risk Assessment. Or email [email protected]

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