Our Third-Party Certification
Fire Safety Services are able to offer a nationwide fire risk assessment service using its UK wide network of professional accredited fire risk assessors. We are one of the few companies in the UK to have achieved this accreditation so that you can be assured that your fire risk assessment is carried out with the utmost integrity and to the highest possible standards in fire safety.
Our Qualified Fire Risk Assessors
Our fire risk assessors are members of the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM), NEBOSH National Certificated in Fire Safety and Risk Management or CPOA Diploma trained and Graduate and Members of the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE).
Our On-Line Fire Risk Assessment Service
We offer an on-line Fire Risk Assessment Reporting Software System called FCS Live accessible via a portal on our website homepage. The software system allows our customers to monitor, manage and plan ahead actions required from their fire risk assessment reports, so whether you need a review of an existing fire risk assessment or a complete new report we can help. In addition, we provide consultancy services for dealing with changes to your building, capacity calculations and liaison with the fire and rescue services.
Need some help?
If you would like to find out more about fire risk assessment and how Fire Safety Services can help you and your business, call our sales team on 08000 234114 or complete the form for a call back:
Fire Risk Assessment Enquiry
Does your fire risk assessment comply with fire safety law?
Fire safety in the UK is governed by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 in England and Wales and The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005. Part 3 of the Act specifies who has responsibility for fire safety in non-domestic premises in Scotland and Part 3 of the Fire and Rescue Services (Northern Ireland) Order 2006 and the Fire Safety Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2010 came into effect on the 15 November 2010.
Under this law, the responsibility for fire safety in non-domestic premises is placed on the responsible person, or the person having control of the premises who must make adequate provisions for the fire safety of their employees, visitors and any relevant persons including temporary, paid or unpaid staff. The legislation requires all employers to carry out their own fire risk assessment. If there are over five employees, this assessment must be documented.
Organisations have a legal duty to undertake a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment at their premises. This assessment is a detailed report of the fire risk in your building, the adequacy of existing fire precautions and the need for any additional fire precautions.
For more information on Fire Safety Services’ annual reviews and consultancy services, please click through to the pages in this section.
Periodic Fire Risk Assessment
Whether you have an existing fire risk assessment in place or not we can help. It is essential that you keep the assessment under review and revise it where necessary.
The on-line software system allows our customers to view all their fire risk assessment reports in one place. Once they have logged in they can monitor, manage and plan ahead actions required from their reports.
Fire Safety Services (U.K) Limited offer a consultancy service to business to address certain issues arising from fire risk assessment reports, notices issued by the fire authority.
Third Party Accreditation
Fire Safety Services are Third Party Accredited. It is evidence that an independent expert has assessed our products and services to certify we adhere to certain standards.
More about Fire Risk Assessment on our blog
Our blog is designed to give you a greater understanding about fire safety and how our services can help you. All of our blog posts are written by members of our team who have vast experience in specific aspects of fire safety, so you can be sure that the information you are reading comes from a qualified source.
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