Fire Risk Assessment
What is the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
In the United Kingdom the Fire Service was subject to the Fire Services Act 1947 and in 2004 it was replaced in England and Wales by the The Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004 – Chapter 21. However fire safety was covered by about seventy pieces if fire safety legislation the principal ones being the Fire Precautions Act 1961 and the Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997/1999. It was decided the legislation needed to be to rationalise and simplified in England and Wales. This was achieved by using the Regulatory Reform Act 2001 to create a new order and this new order is the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
In Scotland this was rejected and separate fire service and fire safety legislation was introduced. It was achieve by introducing the The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005which created The Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006 plus a number of other relevant fire safety documents, more information is available at the Scottish Fire Law website.
So do we need a Fire Risk Assessment?
As part of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 it is a legal requirement that if you or your company employ more than 5 people you must carry out a Fire Risk Assessment which must also be reviewed every 12 months, at Fire Services Central Ltd we can take the hassle away from you and arrange for our Fire Risk Assessor to visit your premises to carry out a full and in depth Assessment.
Your Fire Risk Assessment will be carried out by one of our highly experienced Assessors who have over 50 years’ experience in the Fire Industry, IFE accredited as well as being ex Fire officers thus ensuring that you will receive the best and most informative Assessment possible.
All our Fire Risk Assessments are carried out in Accordance with PAS 79
What Do I Get For my Money?
The Fire Risk Assessor will arrange a suitable date with you to attend your premises, on arrival the Assessor will familiarise themselves with the premise, carry out a walk round to assess possible risks within the premises, speak with the “responsible person “ and members of staff, some photographic evidence may also be taken.
You will then receive a full Fire Risk Assessment highlighting any shortcomings, unidentified hazards and risks. The Assessment will also contain a full Fire Action plan that will enable management to implement any recommendations given.
One of our sales team will then contact you to provide you with a full quotation for any remedial work.
Find Out More about Fire Services Central Ltd
Contact our Fire Alarm System Installation and Maintenance team by email or call us today on 0121 525 1976 to discuss your fire alarm needs