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Landlords of residential accommodation have a legal responsibility for the fire safety within their properties. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states that fire risk assessments must be carried out in businesses and organisations by a Responsible Person. Most companies do not have personnel to assign a Competent Person to properly assess the risks and define the necessary corrective actions, so the fire risk assessment can be outsourced to Safelincs.
Pricing is fixed subject to reasonable conditions for Homes of Multiple Occupancy and blocks of up to 20 flats. For pricing on blocks of 21 or more flats and for housing providers & associations, please contact our Servicing Team today on 0800 612 4827 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our experienced assessors will visit your residential properties and will act as the Responsible Person for your fire risk assessment, providing you with a full detailed report of the current fire hazards and how to eliminate or reduce them. Your fire risk assessment will be compliant with fire, lighting, evacuation, and health & safety legislation, with advice based upon the latest standards and guidelines. Keeping track of the safety measures you have put in place is made easy with FREE access to our Online FRA Portal.
Your fire risk assessment will take into account details such as:
Any equipment that is recommended through our risk assessment service (excluding emergency lighting and illuminated signage) can be purchased from Safelincs at an exclusive 10% discount. We guarantee not to over-prescribe and there is no obligation to purchase any recommended equipment and services from Safelincs.
Please Note: Prices are for UK mainland locations only. FRA services are available in the following locations with Price On Application: Central London, Scottish Highlands & Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands. Call today on 0800 612 4827 or email us for more information.
Our trained and professional fire risk assessors will inspect your site in line with all of your requirements for safety, hygiene, privacy, and confidentiality. Their careful inspection will identify existing and potential risks, and produce a detailed fire risk assessment report which will clearly state the solutions needed to improve the fire safety within your business or organisation. We provide these digitally to save on paper but a printed copy is available upon request. The FRA service also includes access to all of your information through our sophisticated online portal – more details on this FREE system below.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states that fire risk assessments must be carried out in businesses and organisations by a responsible person. Most companies do not have personnel with the required skills and competence to properly assess the risks and define the necessary corrective actions, so the fire risk assessment can be outsourced to Safelincs.
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What are the benefits of the free Online FRA Management Portal?
Please note: Prices are for UK mainland locations only. FRA services are available in the following locations with Price On Application: Scottish Highlands & Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands. Call today on 0800 612 4827 for more information.
Our fire risk assessments are suitable for business premises and organisations, HMO communal areas, shops, restaurants, medical practices, schools, education facilities, offices, warehouses and places of worship.
There is no definite guide to how often you should carry out a fire risk assessment. Government guidelines state that your fire risks should be regularly reviewed. Our recommendation is that you review your fire safety annually and carry out a full fire risk assessment if there are any changes within your business.
If your business or organisation has five or more occupants, you must have a written fire risk assessment. However, it is best practice to still record all the information and all suggested changes, which may have resulted in a follow-up action even if you less that five occupants.