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Fire Risk Assessments

Fire Safety FM is here to help you meet your responsibilities as a 'Responsible Person' (RP) under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and the Building Safety Act 2022 amendments. We provide comprehensive Fire Risk Assessments to ensure you're compliant with the latest fire safety regulations.

These regulations apply to all non-domestic premises, including workplaces and communal areas in multi-occupied residential buildings. As an RP, your key responsibilities include:

  • Conducting regular Fire Risk Assessments

  • Training your staff in fire safety

  • Implementing effective emergency procedures

  • Installing and maintaining fire protection measures

The updated requirements came into effect on 1 October 2023. Let us help you navigate these changes and keep your premises safe and compliant.

Fire Risk Assessment - what's included?

A fire risk assessment is a systematic evaluation of a building or premises to identify potential fire hazards, assess the risks associated with those hazards, and determine the necessary measures to minimise or eliminate the risks. The primary goal is to ensure the safety of occupants and property by preventing fires and ensuring effective response if a fire occurs.

Fire Safety FM provide with a comprehensive report, with detail and photographs.  We spend time discussing the report with you and your team to enable you to fully understand any identified actions and legislative requirements to meet the Fire Safety Regulations.

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 Office, shop, pub, cafe, restaurant, , hairdressers, community centre, a block of flats, HMOs, Airbnb or marque events business, are just a few of the businesses that Fire Safety FM undertake Fire Risk Assessments for.


Under the new requirements that come into force on 1 October 2023 for all business with 1 or more employees.  Your duties as the Responsible Person  include: 

  • Carrying out regular Fire Risk Assessments to manage hazards within the premises 

  • Providing staff with suitable fire safety training

  • Putting in place emergency procedures and plans

  • Installing and maintaining appropriate fire protection measures

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