In 2005 businesses, organisations and landlords were given strict guidelines to follow with regards to fire safety in the form of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. It states that they must carry out Fire Risk Assessments and that the responsibility for fire safety now lies fully with the 'responsible person'.
The responsible person can be a building proprietor, business owner, landlord or an appointed person within an organisation’s staff. If competent to do so, they may carry out the fire risk assessment themselves. There is also the option to outsource the task and employ the services of a professional fire risk assessor who will survey the premises and report back their findings.
We offer fire risk assessment services for every type and size of building. All of our experienced assessors are competent and fully trained.
Information and advice about fire risk assessments and all you need to know about the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.