Fire Risk


Assessments


(FRA)

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Current fire safety law states that a fire risk assessment should be carried out. This should be done by either the 'responsible person' (somebody who has control over the premises), or a 'competent’ person or organisation who is delegated to act on behalf of the responsible person.  

 

Fire risk assessments are very subjective and therefore require a 'competent person' to make a judgement as to how significant a finding is. Our highly skilled and experienced assessors use a simple system to determine whether the risk level is either 'high', 'medium' or 'low', known as the 'traffic light system'. This incorporates red, orange and green ratings depending on the level of risk perceived. Our assessment reports all contain an easy-to-follow action plan which suggests the removal or reduction of the significant risks found during the practical inspection. 

 

For further details enquiries about the cost of this service please call us on 08456 120272