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Fire Risk Assessments

A fire risk assessment helps you identify all the fire hazards and risks in your premises. You will then be able to decide whether the risks identified are acceptable or whether you need to take steps to reduce or control them.


People are at the heart of everything we do, so ensuring that everyone within the building is safe during an unforeseen circumstance is vital to us, we want to make sure that everyone leaves the building with limited anxiety and worry.


Our engineers are fully trained to complete this service and are aware of the regulations which they must abide to complete the job effectively.

Laws and Regulations

You must abide by The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 which consists of carrying out a fire safety risk assessment and implement and maintain a fire management plan.

There is no fixed time for reviewing your Fire Risk Assessment, but it is certainly necessary whenever there are any significant changes which could affect the fire risk. This can include changes to the building, staff, occupancy, activities and legislation. Additionally, it has become standard best practice to review the Fire Risk Assessment on an annual basis.


  • The benefit of this is to eliminate the risk of fire, and identify persons at risk.


  • We have engineers spread across the UK and five offices to ensure we are responsive to customer needs.

Added Value

  • Our engineers are flexible with their work schedule and are happy to work evenings and weekends to meet your schedules and are experienced to cause as little disruption as possible.

Tasks/Stages Involved

Questions & Answers

Will this service disrupt the running of my business?

This is possible; however, it depends on which services are carried out during the visit and the condition of the electrical circuits and appliances that are being serviced. For example, a faulty wire that is being repaired may require the electrics being turned off. Our engineers are aware that businesses need to run as normal, therefore they will try and prevent disruption wherever they can.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect in October 2006 and replaced over 70 pieces of fire safety law.


This order applies to all non-domestic premises in England and Wales, including the common parts of blocks of flats and houses in multiple occupation.


Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, the responsible person must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and implement and maintain a fire management plan.