Making a Building Regulations Application
Help with making your Building Regs Submissions
Where the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO) applies to the premises or will apply following the building work, it is a legal requirement that the building control body (BCB) must consult with the relevant Fire and Rescue Authority; (the RRFSO applies to most premises, however, domestic premises occupied as single private dwellings are not included).
Our aim at Fire Risk Consultancy Services is to provide fire safety expertise, advice and deliver a friendly, reliable and competent service to all our clients that will make the legal compliance process as smooth and hassle-free as possible and gives you peace of mind in ensuring that your workplace or business is a safer environment.
If you wish to have your plans checked before the work starts, to avoid any costly errors and corrective work on site by not being fully up to speed with the ever-changing regulations, we recommend you contact us for advice on how the completed building work can comply with the RRFSO so that satisfactory levels of fire precautions are in place once the building becomes occupied.
Our dedicated consultants bring their skills, knowledge, and experience of working with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to Fire Risk Consultancy Services. This guarantees that Fire Risk Consultancy Services is one of the most competent and qualified Fire Risk Assessment companies in the UK. As a minimum, our consultants must have completed the requisite fire safety qualifications and have a minimum of 5 years fire safety enforcement experience working for Local Authority Fire & Rescue Services in the Fire Safety department.
Compliance with the functional requirements of the Building Regulations may be demonstrated by adopting guidance that is available from H.M. Government in Approved Document B – Fire Safety – Volume 2; however, there is no obligation to adopt any particular solution contained in the Approved Document, there may be other ways in which an equivalent level of fire safety can be achieved.
Building Bulletin 100: Design for fire safety in schools (2007) applies to nursery schools, primary and secondary schools, academies and city technology colleges, special schools and pupil referral units. It is the normal means of compliance with building regulations for fire safety design in new school buildings and sets out the policy on sprinklers in schools.
The NHS Health Technical Memorandum 05-02 Guidance in support of functional provisions for healthcare premises provides guidance on fire safety in the design of new healthcare buildings and extensions.