All businesses and blocks of flats must have a valid Fire Risk Assessment to comply with regulations – in fact, it’s the cornerstone of your fire safety plans.
Most importantly, if your building has more than 4 regular occupants, then the findings of your Fire Risk Assessment must be set down in writing.
A Fire Risk Assessment will evaluate your commercial premises in terms of fire safety hazards, to people and property.
A qualified assessor will arrange to visit your premises and make a physical inspection of the location and provide you with a clear concise report. The assessor's report will include a detailed, prioritised Action Plan which will advise you on how to minimise fire risks specific to your location.
We are always happy to explain the requirements of current legislation and carry out a free, no obligation survey. We guarantee impartial advice and a first class service.