As well as a valid fire risk assessment, there are many other fire safety measures your business will need to take by law. These may include additional fire extinguishers, fire alarms and more. The fire safety system you require will be outlined by a qualified fire risk assessor.
This is very common, like a lot of business owners they are likely to be very busy and the responsibility of having to conduct a fire risk assessment is no easy task. Where do they start? The easy option is to “pass the buck” to a manager or member of staff. WARNING - The following
Fire risk assessments start from just £99 + VAT. However, at Twenty4 Fire and Security, we quote on a job-by-job basis, creating tailored plans to ensure each business we work with is getting the fire safety service and advice it needs. This can be paid in full before the assessment takes place or can be
Every business, no matter how big or small, must conduct fire risk assessments regularly. Here at Twenty4 Fire and Security, we advise that our customers complete a full assessment at least once a year. However, if you have made structural changes to a business premises or have changed the nature of the work carried out
A fire risk assessment is a legal requirement and if not adhered to can result in unlimited fines and in extreme cases, imprisonment. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order requires a Responsible Person of any non-domestic premises to carry out a fire risk assessment. If five or more people work at the premises, a
Each business is legally required to appoint a ‘Responsible Person’. This is someone who will take on the business’ fire safety duties. While this can be anyone within the business, it is generally an individual or individuals with control of the premises such as the employer, the owner, the landlord, an occupier, a facilities manager,