Please Note: Fire Risk Assessments must be undertaken by a 'competent person'. Safelincs' trained and professional assessors can provide on-site Fire Risk Assessment services for those who are uncertain.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Fire Safety Act 2021, all workplaces, commercial premises, and non-domestic parts of multi-occupant residential buildings must have a Responsible Person whose duty it is to keep people safe from fire. A key part of this is undertaking a Fire Risk Assessment of the premises and occupants, which must be completed by a competent person to accurately identify and judge fire risks and the needs of occupants. The best way to ensure this is to use a trained, professional Fire Risk Assessor – Safelincs' service has the added benefit of an online portal to access your report, develop and progress an action plan, and upload & manage your own fire safety documents.
For the simplest premises, it is reasonable that the Responsible Person may be able to complete their own Fire Risk Assessment. For these cases, Safelincs have created a FREE Fire Risk Assessment form which covers critical risk areas and considerations plus additional aspects based on our decades of experience in the fire safety industry. Please note that there could be fire safety hazards not addressed in this form which will also need assessing, so the form must only be used as a baseline and must be used in conjunction with official government fire safety risk assessment guidance. Use of this form is not an assurance of or alternative to the services of a professional on-site Fire Risk Assessment.
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Published on: 15th November 2017