Fire Risk Assessment
Alphasafe.Ltd Fire Risk Assessments. At Alphasafe.Ltd we can help you carry out a fire risk assessment on your business premises. We can survey your property and successfully identify and fire hazards and risks, assess emergency escape routes, current fire detection
and extinguishing equipment and make any recommendations to ensure that you comply with all fire safety legislation. We can also complete schematics of your building, with fire door register, escape routes, fire fighting equipment, break glass etc.
It is now a legal requirement that all non-domestic buildings have a responsible person to carry out and implement a fire management plan. This person in charge of the fire risk assessment plan is normally the owner of the business or the building, once the plan has been drawn up it is important to review and maintain these plans on a regular basis.
This is particularly important when you make alterations to your premises.
We aim keep the prices for our clients as competitive as possible, yet still provide the highest quality of service you expect and require, with the provision of a suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment report. Fire safety is a complex subject. Even a small, apparent ‘low risk’ shop or office will require thorough and extensive checks to be carried out. Each fire risk assessment carried out takes time and involves a thorough physical inspection of the workplace areas, after the fire risk assessment inspection is completed this is followed up by a detailed written fire risk assessment report. If you are not sure on the size of your property to work out your fire risk assessment cost from the building size chart, please contact a member of our team who will be able to assist and provide you with your competitive fire risk assessment price.
As part our UK-Fire Risk Assessments services we can provide and carry out an in-depth fire risk survey of your property. The survey will highlight any fire risks in your property and recommendations to make your premises safe, this is then compiled in to a full written fire assessment report. Our fire risk assessment document follows the guidance and recommended methodology of PAS 79. As part of our services we will also a company provide you with any advice following the fire risk assessment visit and receipt of the fire risk assessment report.
Under current UK legislation fire risk assessments are compulsory for business premises that employ more than five people.
UK-Fire Risk Assessments conduct Fire Risk Assessments on a nationwide basis within Schools, Licensed Premises, Offices, Warehouse/Factories, Residential Properties, Care Homes, Retail Outlets and all buildings which require them under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 which includes common areas of flats.
Our assessors are highly experienced and knowledgeable offering compliance by delivering a top quality professional service. Our reports are comprehensive but easy to comprehend meaning the end user has a full understanding of their obligations.
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Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, any fire risk assessment must be reviewed by the responsible person regularly so as to keep it up to date. This is for every non-domestic premises, including workplaces, places with public access, and common areas of multi-occupied residential buildings.
The responsibility falls to the employer, owner, landlord, occupier, and anyone else with control of the premises. That person is known as a "responsible person". It means that any failure to do can result in a fine or imprisonment of that individual.
The purpose is to ensure fire hazards are reduced as much as possible and that precautions are in place in the event of a fire. It will look at the safety of anyone who may find themselves affected, and ensures they can make a safe and swift exit.
So to make sure you're doing everything possible to protect life and property, you need a professional fire risk assessment.
An assessor will visit your premises and create a detailed fire risk assessment. It will then give you guidance on the best practices to follow in all areas of fire safety on your business premises.