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Fire Risk Assessment Packages
Fire Risk Assessments
We follow a ‘5-step’ approach to Life Safety Fire Risk Assessments as required by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and utilise PAS 79.
When you are up against time restraints you need a Company to step up and meet your deadlines. We at Fire Risk Consultancy Services are able to offer you a Priority Package service.
Review or Renew
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places the responsibility on building owners, employers and occupiers to regularly assess the fire safety procedures in their buildings and in the workplace.
Our Fire Risk Assessment Template follows the preferred five-step method. A Checklist is provided to help people responsible for business premises, who are required by law, to carry out a Fire Risk Assessment and to keep a record of the findings.
Fire Safety Training
Fire Safety Awareness
A brief outline and awareness of legislation, the chemistry of fire, common causes of fire, human behaviour, fire extinguishers – the practicalities and limitations of their use, fire evacuation procedures.
Fire Marshal Training
To provide the basic knowledge, confidence, and skills to carry out the duties of a Fire Marshal / Warden.
Fire Extinguisher Training
To provide employees with the basic knowledge and training in the use of the various types of fire extinguishers found in the workplace and give them the confidence and skills required to use them safely and effectively.
Fire Evacuation Drills
Fire Risk Consultancy Services can provide your business and employees with an opportunity to practice evacuation procedures (Fire Drills) and ensure everyone knows how to exit the building quickly and safely.
We can produce your Fire Risk Assessment and occupancy figures to assist your application for a Premises License, Premises License Variation, and Temporary Event Notice as required under the Licensing Act 2003.
Building Regulations Submissions
We have many years of experience in dealing with Building Regulations submissions so we can help your design meet the functional requirements of Approved Document B and BS 9999 through passive design criteria or alternatively using a fire engineered solution.
House in Multiple Occupation (HMO)
The occupants of a house in multiple occupation (HMO) are more at risk of being seriously injured in a fire, or worse, than the occupiers of other kinds of residential property. A good standard of fire safety is therefore extremely important to protect them. This applies to all types of HMO’s whether or not a license is required.
Fireworks Licensing Applications
Before you can sell fireworks, we inspect your premises to make sure that you are following the relevant laws that keep yourself and others safe.
Areas We Cover
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