First Intervention Team undertake fire risk assessments in Essex, London and Kent. A fire risk assessment includes inspection, evaluation and safeguards recommendation in order to reduce risks and improve fire safety arrangements.
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Fire Risk Assessment.
Following the regulatory Reform Fire Safety order in 2005, if you are in control of any part of a commercial premises you are under a legal obligation to carry out a detailed fire risk assessment, identifying risks and hazards on the premises. A fire risk assessment is essential in keeping your premises safe for everyone.
For each fire risk assessment we will inspect, evaluate and recommend safeguards necessary to reduce risk and improve fire safety arrangements within the premises.
Subsequent reporting procedure will prioritise and identify significant findings in a fire risk assessment, good practice and inform of any non-compliance of fire safety legislation.
Fire Risk Assessment – items identified.
Any fire risk assessment items identified as presenting an imminent risk of danger and/or major defect that could result in enforcement action being taken against the client will be immediately reported to you via the telephone system and subsequently, in writing by the quickest practical method i.e. letter or email.
Each fire risk assessment will assess the adequacy of the following:-
- Fire safety management.
- Control of highly flammable substances.
- Fire hazards and ignition sources.
- Means of escape.
- Electrical safety, plant and processes.
- Fire warning – detection systems and maintenance.
- Portable fire fighting equipment and maintenance.
- Fixed fire fighting installations and maintenance.
- Facilities and access for the fire service.
- Emergency lighting installations and maintenance.
- Fire doors, shutters and glazing.
- Planning, training and instruction in fire safety.
- Fire safety signs and symbols.
- Arson prevention and security.
Fire Risk Assessment Report.
The reporting format will highlight where appropriate any alternative control methods and British Standard recommendation on maintenance and servicing of active systems that may unduly impact on the suitability of an installation. We will clearly identify areas of remedial action by reference to each individual item i.e. door and location.
Informal discussions on recommendations contained in any report is welcomed and should be encouraged.
Fire Risk Assessment Advice.
Each fire risk assessment shall contain advice on establishing a re-inspection programme. This shall have regard to the use, management and conditions found during the appraisal. Such recommendations shall be site specific.
In addition, a Helpline direct to your consultant to answer any follow-up questions and would be happy to assist you with electronic versions of forms. Written emergency procedures that you will need to prove compliance to the enforcing authorities will be provided.
Fire risk assessments should be reviewed annually or upon any change of use or occupation of premises.
First Intervention Team will provide this review service to comply with your timescales.
First Intervention Team is recognised by numerous awarding bodies:-
Areas covered for fire risk assessments in Essex, London and Kent:-
Barking, Barkingside, Basildon, Benfleet, Bexley, Billericay, Bluewater, Brentwood, Canary Wharf, Canvey Island, Chadwell St Mary, Chadwell Heath, Chafford Hundred, Chelmsford, Chigwell, City of London, Corringham, Crayford, Crossways, Dagenham, Dartford, Erith, Grays, Hadleigh, Harlow, Hockley, Hornchurch, Ilford, Lakeside, Lewisham, London Gateway, London West End, Purfleet, Rainham, Rayleigh, Romford, Southend, South Ockendon, Stanford-le-Hope, Thurrock, Tilbury, Upminster, Wickford, Woolwich etc.
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