Since 2005 it has become a legal requirement for owners or occupiers of most commercial properties to undertake a fire risk assessment. A professional fire risk assessment can help prevent fires from starting in the first place, help people to escape safely if a fire does occur, and protect your property and other assets from the effects of a fire.
As with all professional services we offer, we believe that independence is vital. We don’t sell other fire-related services on the back of our fire risk assessments such as fire alarm systems, fire extinguishers or emergency lighting. All recommendations are based purely on our independent assessment of the fire safety risks identified at your property.
We feel strongly that in the post-Grenfell environment, trust, honesty and transparency have never been more important, and we will never compromise on these values.
Our fire safety professionals are all highly qualified and experienced, hold memberships of the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM) or the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE), or are actively working towards these professional standards.
With the introduction the Fire Safety Act 2021 and the Building Safety Act 2022, the need to meet new legal duties for specific types of buildings has arrived. We can help you there too, as we have recently extended our support to landlords in managing higher-risk or complex buildings with a range of specialist services in this area.
Our other specialist fire safety services include producing detailed Building Safety Cases and Safety Case Reports for higher-risk or complex buildings, writing building-specific fire safety management plans, providing on-site fire warden training, and practical training in the use of portable fire extinguishers.