Fire risk assessment will remedy your property’s vulnerabilities

You can eliminate all potential fire risks from your property with the expert help of our highly dedicated fire safety assessors. Your property could be vulnerable to fire due to insufficient access or the improper use materials. We will thoroughly assess every aspect of your building and we will give you reasonably priced solutions to protect your property and personnel from the ravages of fire.

London City Fire Groups 5 step fire risk assessment method

As stipulated by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, every commercial premises must have a full fire risk assessment carried out at regular intervals in order to identify and eradicate any potential fire hazards in the workplace, to include residential communal areas and HMO’s.

London City Fire Group have adopted and are fully trained in PAS79 (Publicly Available Specification for Fire Risk Assessment and its Methodology), issued by the British Standards Institute, so you can be assured that the assessment you receive from us is fully compliant with current fire safety legislation.

Our Assessors are competent via the Institute of Fire Engineers and The Institute of Fire Safety Managers.

What is a fire risk assessment?

A fire risk assessment is a careful examination of what, in your work, could cause harm to people with respect to fire.

The purpose of a fire risk assessment is to identify any fire hazards and then aim to eliminate or reduce the associated risks.

Who must carry out a fire risk assessment?

If you are an employer, then you will have a duty under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to carry out a fire risk assessment. Please note that some domestic premises are also required to carry out a fire risk assessment such as HMOs and blocks of flats. If you are not sure if your premises requires a fire risk assessment, contact us now and one of our friendly advisers will be able to assist.

How often must a fire risk assessment be carried out?

A fire risk assessment must be carried out and then regularly reviewed.

In addition the fire risk assessment should be reviewed if:
• There is reason to suspect that it is no longer valid

• If significant changes take place, such as an increase in the number of people in the building or changes to floor layouts.

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