With skill and precision, DB Fire Safety Limited provides fire risk assessment services. Our experienced fire risk assessors are qualified to evaluate the fire hazards and risks in your workplace. Where necessary, we are available to offer guidance and training needed to bring your level of safety up to the relevant standards.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires that all businesses and organisations carry out a fire risk assessment. This legislation applies to all businesses and organisations, regardless of type or size.
The fire risk assessment must be a recorded document if:
A fire risk assessment is an assessment of the hazard of fire and the risks that may affect fire’s ability to develop and spread. Other issues that woud be addressed include:
As experienced, qualified risk assessors, we’re equipped to carry out your fire risk assessment. We will provide you with a comprehensive document that identifies all potential sources of ignition, risks that could increase the spread of fire, and any safety measures that may be in place.
The fire risk assessment will highlight any deficiencies or issues that require attention. Using a simple traffic light system, the document is user friendly in explaining issues rated in accordance with priority, based solely on their impact on life safety. All issues requiring attention are summarised in a user-friendly prioritised format at the end of the fire risk assessment document, together with any photographs required in assisting the identification of areas for concern.
Please note: Once we have carried out your fire risk assessment, you automatically qualify for our free online consultancy services for 12 months.
It’s important to remember that fire risk assessments must be reviewed regularly. Legislation does not define the term ‘regularly’. However, it is strongly recommended that a review should take place at least annually, or:
Such changes could include the employment of a pregnant member of staff, or a member of staff with a severe medical, physical, hearing, or visual impairment.
You may intend to, or be in the process of, extending your premises or completely restructuring an existing one. In such cases, you may be required to submit a fire strategy document for planning purposes. DB Fire Safety Ltd is equipped to help you in this matter. We are experienced in the creation and development of fire strategy documents, and have served many contractors in meeting the requirements of building control and fire authorities.
The cost of a risk assessment or a review is based on the size of your property and the complexities involved.