Fire Risk Management

*All of our Services listed below are inclusive of us undertaking a Fire Risk Assessment whilst conducting the works

We have a team of experts on hand to meet your Fire Safety requirements. Whether you're a Small/Medium sized business employing 5 people or more, Social Housing Compliance Officer, Private Landlord of a house in multiple occupancy (HMO), The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires that you undertake a Fire Risk Assessment.

The RRFSO typically applies to the following types of buildings:

  • Offices and Shops

  • Shops and Departmental Stores

  • House in Multiple Occupation

  • Small Premises Providing Sleeping Accommodation

  • Hotels, Boarding Houses and like Premises

  • Factories and Warehouses

  • Educational Establishments including Schools and Colleges

  • Residential Care Premises

  • Places of Sports

  • Child minders and Day-Care Providers

  • Small Construction Sites

  • Places of Religious Worship

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Fire Risk Assessment *

All of our Assessors have studied to Nebosh National Certificate Level in Fire Safety & Risk Management

When carrying out the assessment we will do the following:

  1. Identify the fire hazards.

  2. Identify people at risk.

  3. Evaluate, remove or reduce the risks.

  4. Record our findings, prepare an emergency plan and provide training.

  5. Review and update the fire risk assessment regularly.


We will Assess:

  • emergency routes and exits

  • fire detection and warning systems

  • fire fighting equipment

  • the removal or safe storage of dangerous substances

  • an emergency fire evacuation plan

  • the needs of vulnerable people, for example the elderly, young children or those with disabilities

  • providing information to employees and other people on the premises

  • staff fire safety training

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Annual Fire System Planned Preventative Maintenance Audit

Full audit of all Fire Maintenance Service Records inclusive of: Fire Detection, Emergency Lighting, Fire Door Inspections, Smoke Extract/Ventilation, Fire Compartments, Fire/Smoke Dampers, Sprinkler Systems, Hydrants, Wet and Dry Risers, Fire Curtains, Ansul System, Fire Refuge Phones

This service is undertaken to both ensure that if you have contracted a service provider to complete a service maintenance contract that they have done the requisite works to ensure that you are Statutory compliant. Equally there may be aspects of your Life Safety System that require routine maintenance that hasn't been completed, we can advice or engage the correctly accredited contractor/s to complete the works.

Following the completion of the Technical Review we will also complete a sample of cause and effect testing (where permitting a fully functional cause and effect test) and provide you with both a Technical Report with system recommendations and a completed Fire Risk Assessment.

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Digital Reporting

We use a tried and tested cloud based software system to create your bespoke Fire Risk Assessment. 

Recovery Report that provides you with crystal clear clarity the steps required to ensure that you're operating compliant premises.

Program Planner for more complex Projects in the guise of Technical PPM Audits or Annual Fire Strategy Review. 

Following on from our site attendance, clearly you will require an output in the form of a report, whether that be a Fire Risk Assessment, Fire Risk Assessment (with advisory notes) or a Recovery Report detailing out the next steps so that you can get your premises into a Compliant position.  

We use all of the recognised Microsoft Office Suite of tools i.e.Word, Excel, PowerPoint and a robust industry leading Cloud Based Software Tool to conduct the Fire Risk Assessment, Technical Audit or Annual Fire Strategy Review, so you can rest assured that your data is safe and secure from online threats and stored for posterity for future audits.

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Annual Fire Strategy Review

An experienced Senior Project Manager (City & Guilds Qualified Electrical/Fire) will coordinate a complete review of the Systems that combine to support the Fire Strategy. *This service is inclusive of undertaking a full a Fire Risk Assessment

  • Sources of Oxygen

  • Sources of Fuel

  • Detection and Warning Systems

  • Extinguishers

  • Escape Routes

  • Emergency Lighting

  • Compartmentation

  • Assembly Points

  • Sprinkler Systems

  • Hazard Rooms

  • Fire/Smoke Dampers

  • Fire Doors

  • Flat Roof Membrane

  • Fire and Smoke Curtains

  • Ansul Systems

  • Hydrants

  • Fire Refuge Phones

  • Smoke Vents-Extraction

  • Lifts

  • Dry Risers

  • Signage

  • Fire Door Holdback Function Test

  • Fire Marshal/Warden Training