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A fire risk assessment helps you identify all the fire hazards and risks in your premises.

You can then decide whether any risks identified are acceptable or whether you need to do something to reduce or control them.

A risk assessment should be carried out by someone who has had sufficient training, and has good experience or knowledge of fire safety.

It is a legal requirement for all business’s to carry out this assessment.

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There are five steps to carrying out a risk assessment.

1) Identify the fire hazards

2) Identify people at risk

3) Evaluating the risks

4) Record your findings

5) Review and revise

With safety a priority there is no room for second measures.

Our services range from a Fire Risk Assessment to a full design and install package. Please feel free to contact us for more information or quotation on what you require.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 introduces significant change. As well as simplifying current legislation, it introduces the need for employers, building owners and occupiers to have a greater understanding of fire safety and nominate a "responsible person" to ensure compliance.

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Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order And You

Fire is among the most serious dangers we face. According to Home Office statistics, every year there are more than 100,000 fires in buildings, and around 600 people lose their lives. The suffering and financial losses are incalculable - reliable and effective fire detection and alarm systems are essential.

We design, install, service and commission fire alarm systems in compliance with BS 5839. We pride ourselves in the quality and professionalism of our work and exist to provide only the best service for our customers.

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The five steps to Fire risk Assessment

The five steps to Fire risk Assessment

The five steps to Fire risk Assessment

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