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Building Fire Risk Assessments

The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 (RRFSO) came into effect in October 2006, replacing previous legislation and safety laws. The RRFSO states that the responsible person must make a ‘suitable and sufficient’ assessment of the risks to which relevant persons are exposed, for the purpose of identifying the measures they need to take to comply with the requirements and prohibitions imposed on them by the Order. The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 further strengthened these requirements for the responsible person.

A fire risk assessment can help to reduce the risk of fire occurrences, protect property, assets, and potentially save lives, and must be undertaken by a competent person and reviewed annually or after any major building maintenance works. 

Our qualified inspectors will evaluate factors such as the building’s layout, the presence of flammable materials, the effectiveness of fire detection and suppression systems, and the readiness of occupants to evacuate in case of fire. A thorough report will be provided highlighting areas of concern and recommendations for improvement. 

By ensuring you have a thorough fire risk assessment, complied by a competent and qualified assessor, you can demonstrate your commitment to safety and compliance with legal requirements, as well as ensuring end users are prepared in the event of a fire.

Don’t put your occupants’ safety at risk. Book a Fire Risk Assessment for your building today.

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