Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessments and Fire Emergency Plans  – From £395+vat

The Fire law says all workplaces must have a fire risk assessment and also a fire emergency plan. Previous requirement to have a written fire risk assessement only applied in certain circumstances (e.g where the responsible person employed 5 or more people). This is no longer the case, and responsible persons are now required by law to record both fire risk assessment and fire safety arrangements, irrespective of size or purpose of business or premises. CFT fire risk assessment team can supply plans and assessments, so buildings are safe. The team has carried out hundreds of fire risk assessments in London, so can ensure your workplace comply with the law!



Fire Risk Assessments

The fire risk assessors London team are current and ex fire service staff. The fire risk assessments reports have a simple colour code, so this helps managers to spot risks. PAS 79 and also PAS 79 style reports pass will pass fire service inspections. Reports also tell how often the fire risk assessment should be carried out. Either call or email for more info.

The fire risk assessement service is for all buildings excluding flats. Fees are based on the size of the building. Higher fees for listed buildings and also buildings served with a Fire Service notice.  Inspections and reports can take less than 4 days to produce. Fire risk assessments are either morning / afternoon or full day visits.  For details of this service either call or email.

Fire risk assessment frequency

How often a fire risk assessment is carried out will depend on the risk in a building or workplace. Responsible persons for your business should review their risk assessment after:

Changes to the building

Changes in the workplace 

A fire in the building

Changes in staff numbers

 Yearly review dependant on risk

Fire service visit

What fire safety checks are required in a workplace?

Fire risk assessment and audit frequency

The fire alarm

Fire doors, fire exits and also escape routes

Signs including, exit signs, fire door signs and also action notices

Fire resistance and compartmentation

Travel distance

Emergency lighting

Fire extinguishers and also fire training

Fire drills, marshals and accounting for people

Visitors, contractors and also disabled plans

Calling the fire service

Assembly point and also secondary assembly points

Highly flammable materials

Information to fire service and also out of hours arrangements 

Post fire plans