The Fire Practice provides a variety of fire services for companies ensuring that your employees are safe and enabling you to take the strain out of complying with modern day fire safety requirements. We provide assessments throughout the UK. These Fire Risk Assessments are legal requirements that have been placed on most premises under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Fire Risk Assessments undertaken by The Fire Practice are carried out by fully qualified and experienced staff ensuring that all fire risk assessments are carried out to the required legal standards. Following the assessment you will receive an extensive report that will outline any ‘Significant Findings’ and a recommended ‘Action Plan’.
Under the current legislation, Fire Risk Assessments are a legal requirement for all UK businesses, and organisations who employ 5 or more people are required to record the significant findings. Each organisation must appoint a nominated ‘Responsible Person’ whose role it is to reduce to as low as reasonably practicable the risk of fire and associated hazards for all people on the premises. The risk assessment must be documented and available for inspection by the required authorities.
When booking an assessment we will agree a mutually convenient time to visit your premises. We also provide a range of other fire services please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01685 706555 for further information.
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