Fire Risk Assessments
Your Fire Risk Assessment is the cornerstone of your fire protection measures and compliance onsite, so it's essential that it's professionally conducted and reviewed regularly.
Every company / organisation needs a fire risk assessment. This is a legal requirement of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, 2005.
Our professional fire risk assessors have decades of practical fire safety experience behind them, to ensure you get an accurate and comprehensive risk assessment – not just a tick box exercise.
As our fire risk assessors are not directly affiliated to Blazequel (we use specialist external contractors for this service), you can be doubly confident that there is no commercial bias in any of the recommendations made.
Our fire risk assessments are extremely popular and are presented in our own easy-to-use design format. We’ve recreated the traditional risk assessment format to reflect a simple ‘traffic light’ colour coding. This makes it easy to identify key action points. A summary of any actions required, along with appropriate images and a space to sign off the completed task makes our risk assessment format intuitive to use.
Free Sample Risk Assessment
Want to see a sample of one of our risk assessments, in our customized PAS71 layout for ease of use and readability? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request you copy!
If you have any questions or would like to speak to one of our team, please call us today on 01234 357357 or contact us on the form below!
- 14 Dec 2017
Christmas Fire Safety
Tis the season to be jolly - but don't let your festivities go up in a puff of smoke!Read More
- 21 Jun 2017
Grenfell Tower – a Firefighters Story.
This first-hand account is taken from the STFSUK Facebook page.Read More
It tells the unedited story of one of the heroic firefighters who entered the inferno at Grenfell Tower on Wednesday 14th June, 2017.
- 28 Jul 2017
Grenfell Tower – Council could be tried for Corporate Manslaughter
There are “reasonable grounds” to suspect Kensington Borough Council is guilty of corporate manslaughter for its role in the death of at least 80 people after the Grenfell Tower fire, Scotland Yard has revealed.Read More