Fire Safety Solutions Makes Your Fire Safety Easy

Our sister company, Fire Safety Solutions provides comprehensive, professional fire risk assessments nationwide. We give you peace of mind that you are compliant with all relevant regulations and that your people, premises, and property are protected.

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Most reports have no compliance shortcomings. Should there be any improvements required, as part of Fire Safety Solutions' service they recommend contractors that can quote, so you can secure compliance quickly and easily.

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Feeling overwhelmed by your fire risk assessment responsibilities?

Our sister company, Fire Safety Solutions, has a vast amount of experience helping businesses in Southampton, Eastleigh, Hampshire and the surrounding counties, with all of their fire safety requirements. 

Their professional team of fire risk assessors are here to suggest practical, pragmatic steps to help you improve your compliance and better protect your people, assets and premises from fire. 

What is a Fire Risk Assessment?

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) states that all non-domestic premises housing must review the following on an annual basis:

  • Your current fire prevention measures (particularly in relation to storage, smoking, flammable/combustible substances, machinery and equipment and general housekeeping).
  • How well you could communicate to those onsite in the event of a fire (fire detection systems, alarms, signage, emergency lighting).
  • Your escape routes – are there clear escape paths? Do you complete regular fire drills? Do you have any vulnerable staff with special escape requirements?
  • How well could you confine and/or suppress a fire?
  • The level of awareness and training among your staff in terms of what to do in the event of a fire (fire training, fire drills, fire tests etc).

Each of the above should be rated according to the level of risk. If the risk identified in any area is too high, you then need to put an action plan in place to reduce the risk (with timescales and lines of responsibility). You should consider potential improvements and maintenance requirements, as well as future training needs. All of your findings must be documented, and these records retained for inspection and review purposes.

Protect Your Business with a Fire Risk Assessment
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    Does My Business Need a Fire Risk Assessment?

    Any organisation (whether commercial or not for profit) must complete a written and specific fire risk assessment on an annual basis.

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    Who Needs to Ensure a FRA is in Place?

    Typically, this is the responsibility of a director, manager or owner of a company. If the allocated ‘responsible person’ fails in their duties, they can expect a substantial fine or, in extreme cases, a custodial sentence.

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    Consequences of Non-Compliance

    It is a legal requirement to carry out a fire risk assessment, and failure to complete one annually could result in a large fine, or in extreme cases, a custodial sentence for the owners of the business.  

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    Who Can Complete a Fire Risk Assessment?

    A competent individual, whether a trained employee or an outside contractor can complete a fire risk assessment. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) states that someone is classed as competent if they have sufficient training skills and knowledge to carry out the task at hand. The larger or more difficult the building, the greater the required level, training and experience that is required of the assessor. 

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    What Is a Fire Risk Assessment Designed to Achieve?

    Only 7% of small and medium-sized business will still be trading two years after a serious fire. So while the implementation of an FRA is necessary to ensure that you’ve considered the best possible means by which to protect your employees and premises (and addressed any issues which might prohibit this), from a commercial perspective, it’s also vital in terms of safeguarding the future of your business.  

    An FRA is specifically designed to ensure you regularly review the risk to your buildings and premises, and act upon any issues identified. 

Get Peace of Mind with a Professional Fire Risk Assessment

The fire safety risk assessment represents the cornerstone of your fire safety strategy. By identifying those areas of your premises which are most at risk and implementing the resulting recommendations and action points, you can effectively safeguard your property, assets, and people. 

However, to get the most benefit from these fire risk assessment steps, it is important that you choose a competent fire risk assessor who has the appropriate knowledge and experience. Without the appropriate training, it is difficult to know what might represent a risk to your premises, and how best to address any vulnerabilities. 

Our sister company, Fire Safety Solutions, understand that this is a responsibility that many business owners can do without. However, with fire safety non-compliance resulting in fines and potentially imprisonment, it is not a task that can be ignored, nor delegated to someone without the required knowledge or competence. 

They will give you peace of mind that your people, property, and premises are protected. Their trained assessors will examine your building and processes, providing you with the information and recommendations you need to stay safe and legal.

Fire Risk Assessment FAQS

Fire Safety Solutions provide fire safety services to businesses and organisations throughout the South, including: 

  • Fire risk assessments in Southampton, Hampshire 
  • Fire risk assessments in Eastleigh, Hampshire 
  • Fire risk assessments in Chandlers Ford, Hampshire 
  • Fire risk assessments in Winchester, Hampshire 

Rated 4 out of 5 stars on Google, Fire Safety Solutions provides comprehensive risk assessments to business premises and organisations across the south. Whether you need a fire risk assessment for a block of flats, a school, or an office, we can help!

Yes. All organisations and business premises must have a fire risk assessment which is completed annually. 

If you are considering the differences between professional fire risk assessment vs self assessment, Fire Safety Solutions can help. Only by choosing a competent, trained individual to complete your assessment can you be sure that your assessment meets HSE legal requirements, avoiding fines and ensuring the safety of your staff and the public. 

You can find a step-by-step guide to risk assessments here. 

An FRA must be completed by a competent person who has a full understanding of fire safety and how to mitigate the risk of fire. All findings must be recorded and suitable and sufficient steps must be taken to remedy the action points found during the assessment.  

If you are looking for an FRA quote, complete the contact form on the page today and a member of our team will be in touch. 

It is not recommended that individuals without a comprehensive understanding of fire safety complete your assessment, as it could lead to risks being missed and potential fines. Instead, we recommend that you choose a professional fire risk assessment company such as Fire Safety Solutions.

Any company is legally required to complete a risk assessment to help mitigate the risk of and prevent fire. If you are unsure at any stage, it is worth choosing a competent assessor such as the team at Fire Safety Solutions to complete the assessment on your behalf. 

If you are looking for a fire risk assessment in Southampton or the surrounding areas, Fire Safety Solutions can provide a comprehensive assessment of your property and provide helpful action points to ensure that you stay compliant. If you are looking for compliant fire safety services, Fire Safety Solutions can help if you are looking for the below: 

  • Fire risk assessment company in Southampton  
  • Fire risk assessment company in Eastleigh  
  • Fire risk assessment company in Chandlers Ford  
  • Fire risk assessment company in Winchester  

Whether you need a fire risk assessment for flats, a fire risk assessment guide or need information about our fire risk assessment costs, contact Fire Safety Solutions today by completing our contact form. 

If necessary, our fire risk assessors can provide a socially distanced fire risk assessment if your premises has vulnerable residents or staff. 

If you are looking for a fire risk assessment nearby, Fire Safety Solutions cover the entirety of the South Coast providing fire risk assessments in London, Surrey and Hampshire. 

Check out our 'Guidance & Advice' page for a range of fire safety guidance documents, fire strategy advice, fire risk assessment templates, UK information about fire risk assessments, how often FRA's should take place, UK fire safety legislation and more. You can also visit the Health & Safety Executive site for more compliance information.