Fire Risk Assessments
We want to give your organisation peace of mind when dealing with your legal obligation to have a compliant Fire Risk Assessment in place. We employ experienced and qualified fire risk assessors to bring their expertise to the process so you end up with an easy to understand report that sets out what actions you need to take.
We base our assessments on the PAS79 standard – a methodology for assessing Fire Risk developed by the British Standards Institution.
Our Report Covers
- Building Occupancy & Persons at Risk
- Means of Escape and Structural Fire Protection
- Emergency Lighting
- Fire Detection & Warning Systems
- Fire Safety Signs & Notices
- Fire Fighting & Suppression Systems
- Evaluation of Other Risks within the Premises
- Planning and Training for Fire Emergencies
- Significant Findings Action Plan
PAS 79 includes a format for a report for recording a fire risk assessment. This is in a simple pro-forma style, with an action plan at the end to set out any recommendations. The format of the documentation contained in PAS79 is considered by the Chief Fire Officers’ Association to be a suitable format for recording significant findings of a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment.
We provide reports in either hard or soft copy and for multi-site operations can offer an on-line portal to access your risk assessments and track outstanding and upcoming actions across an organisation’s portfolio of premises.
We are proud that we are entrusted by so many blue-chip organisations, schools, colleges, local authorities, charities and commercial businesses of different sizes and scope to undertake their fire risk assessments. If you would like us to help your organisation – please call or email and we will sort out a quote which will be based on the size and complexity of your premises.
Bob Swanton is registered as a Fire Risk Assessor (Life Safety Stream) with the Institution of Fire Engineers.
Our Fire Marshall/Fire Warden courses are Recognised Training Courses of the Institute of Fire Engineers.