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What is a Fire Risk Assessment?

The main reason for carrying out a fire risk assessment is to identify the risk to life if a premises catches fire. The risk assessment will identify the risks which may be present, the controls already in place and make recommendations on ways to reduce the risks further (if required) to a tolerable level. A typical fire risk assessment will include an inspection of the premises and audit of fire safety precautions already in place. Normally this will include:

  • Ignition sources present
  • Flammable or hazardous materials
  • Sources of oxygen
  • Building compartmentation
  • Fire doors & means of escape
  • Fire fighting equipment
  • Fire safety training
  • Security & arson risks
  • Persons especially at risk

Why do I need a Fire Risk Assessment?

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 replaced and simplified various pieces of legislation. Prior to the Fire Safety Order premises were inspected and issued with fire safety certificates by the local fire authority. The Fire Safety Order removed this requirement and transferred the duty and responsibility for ensuring that premises are safe to the owners and occupiers.  The Fire Safety Order states that the responsible person must make a suitable and sufficient risk assessment in regards to the risk of fire and that it should be recorded in writing if five or more people are employed. Apart from a few exceptions virtually all types of work premises are required to have a fire risk assessment.

How much is a fire risk assessment?

Our prices for fire risk assessments vary depending on the size and type of premises.

Our prices start at £213 plus VAT for very small simple premises. An example may be a barbers shop with one main room, a small kitchen and a toilet.

Prices for more complex premises such as a small industrial unit or office start from £413 plus VAT. Larger premises would be priced depending on the size and complexity.

What do I get?

Essentially you will get a fire risk assessment carried out to the PAS 79 methodology. This will be in a report format that identifies all of the risks and current controls. Any significant findings will be identified and a list of additional controls will be identified to reduce the risks to a tolerable level.

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Do you have 5 or more employees?

If the answer is YES you need to have carried out a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment and have it recorded in writing.

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