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Fire Risk Assessments

Ensure comprehensive protection both physically and legally with a BAFE SP205 Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment. Our experts assess the potential fire risks using a PAS 79 format, empowering you with crucial insights into your compliance level. You will receive a detailed fire risk assessment report with expert recommendations to improve fire safety measures and ensure your facility's utmost protection.

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Is it a legal requirement?
Who & why do you need a Fire Risk Assessment?

If you are a landlord, an employer, or any kind of building manager, you are deemed the ‘responsible person’ for the premises. You are legally obligated to carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the premises. If you have at least one employee, this record should be written down. Failure to adhere to technical code could lead to hefty fines and even prison time.

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  • Landlords or Building Owners
  • Employers or Companies
  • As Part of Ongoing Safety Practices
  • Significant Changes in Building Use
  • Purchasing a Property
  • Selling a Property
& Objectives

Although each fire risk assessment is unique to the property being assessed, there are common objectives that our fire risk assessment will achieve, which are: 

  • The definition of management systems, standards, and procedures for fire safety throughout the premises.
  • The allocation of responsibilities and duties for fire risk assessment and management incorporating the principles of prevention, active and passive protection, and emergency response.
  • The identification, by risk assessment, of standards for means of escape, raising an alarm in the event of a fire, and extinguishing systems in the premises that are consistent with the occupation and used to achieve safe evacuation.
  • The allocation and definition of responsibilities and standards for the provision, installation, testing, and planned maintenance of fire safety equipment, devices, and extinguishing systems.
  • The identification of standards for the control of combustible, flammable, or explosive materials.
  • The allocation of responsibilities for the implementation of fire emergency plans including evacuation procedures, first-on-scene firefighting, contacting the fire service, emergency coordination, and staff training.
  • The allocation of responsibilities and duties of staff for monitoring and auditing all fire safety management systems and procedures.
Who's it for?
Buildings Covered

Every kind of premises provides its own unique fire safety challenges that need to be addressed in order to ensure that you meet the legal requirements that guarantee the safety of your employees/tenants. Below you can find information on some of the properties that we can provide comprehensive fire risk assessments for.

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We provide fire risk assessments for all kinds of commercial buildings, from hospitality to office spaces, each of which offers its own unique set of fire safety challenges. 

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We conduct regular comprehensive fire risk assessments on housing, flats and holiday lets for landlords; providing them with the effective steps they need to take in order to ensure they are meeting the legal requirements to protect their tenants.

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Fire risk assessments for industrial sites require incredibly thorough examination and bespoke fire risk strategies in order to mitigate the increased risk of the sector.

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Our expert fire risk assessors conduct thorough evaluations, following a structured fire risk assessment checklist to identify and address fire hazards in each classroom and building.

Your Questions Answered

How much does a Fire Risk Assessment Cost?
This will depend on a number of factors. For a free instant estimated quote use our quote calculator.
Where do you operate?
We specialise in the Southwest area of the UK including Bristol, Bath, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, and South Gloucester. We are more than happy to operate outside of these areas however this may incur a small travel fee.
How often will I need a Fire Risk Assessment?
There is not a legal requirement that states the time allowed between fie risk assessments, instead states that the responsible person completes a regular review making sure that it is up to date. For any low-rise blocks of up to three stories that have been built in the last 20 years, it has been recommended by the guidance on fire safety in purpose-built blocks of flats that a fire risk assessment is reviewed every 2 years and is redone every 4 years. For blocks that are older or higher and are at more risk of a fire, fire risk assessments should be reviewed every year and redone every three years. For an extremely high risk building it is recommended that a fire risk assessment is completed once a year.
Who can carry out a Fire Risk Assessment?
Can I do my own fire risk assessment? This is a question we occasionally hear, although this can technically be conducted by the responsible person, we heavily recommend that organisation use a professional fire risk assessment organisation such ourselves to ensure that the fire risk assessment is up to date with current fire safety legislation. Self-conducting fire risk assessments can risk leaving employers liable in the event of a fire if there is a failure to adhere to technical code, this could lead to hefty fines and even prison time.

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Areas we cover

We specialise in covering areas of the Southwest including areas within Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Wiltshire, and South Gloucestershire. We are happy to operate outside of these areas, please contact us for a bespoke quote.

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Please contact us to find out more information about what we can do for your fire safety management needs, or to book one of our services. 

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6 Orchardleigh, East Chinnock, Yeovil, Somerset. BA22 9EN
If you have multiple premises please contact us for a special multi quote