Fire Risk Assessment Services
London

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Fixiz Fire Hazard Assessment

Stay compliant with the fire safety law

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires the Responsible Person to develop general fire precautions for their premises, including the provision of a fire risk assessment. The fire risk assessment should consider all aspects of fire within the premises and set out what should be done to keep people safe.

Fire risk assessments are not just a legal requirement, they can be time consuming, complex, often require specialist knowledge and opinion; so we understand it can be a difficult task to get right and properly maintain.

By law, every block of flats and all business premises is required to conduct a fire risk assessment. However, not everyone has a good understanding of this essential fire safety measure.

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Achieve full compliance with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005

Fixiz Fire Hazard Assessment

Our qualified Fire Risk Assessors have the skill and experience necessary to enable our clients to achieve full compliance with the fire safety order 2005, ensuring that you have an up to date Fire risk assessment report and this is annually reviewed by a qualified person.

At Fixiz our expert ensure that all Fire safety equipment is regularly checked and maintained and logged, and also we check all fire escape routes are kept clear/have correct signage/have correct exit doors and locks.

Time to call the experts?

Fixiz will help you be fully compliant, quickly and safely.

To be legally compliant a Fire Risk Assessment must follow (PAS) 79 specification.

How much does it cost a Fire Risk Assessment

Our highly skilled and qualified Fire Risk Assessors have specialised in this services and are very good at it. They can help you out with the following procedures:

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At Fixiz, we pride ourselves in teaming with skilled craftsmen and assessors across a wide range of specialties to give you peace of mind when tackling all of your home improvement needs.

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Fixiz Fire Hazard Assessment

Frequently asked questions:

A: A careful look at your premises and the people who use them, from a fire prevention perspective. It's about understanding the potential risks, then improving your fire safety precautions to keep people safe.

A: The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires the Responsible Person to develop general fire precautions for their premises, including the provision of a fire risk assessment. The fire risk assessment should consider all aspects of fire within the premises and set out what should be done to keep people safe.

Fire risk assessments are not just a legal requirement, they can be time consuming, complex, often require specialist knowledge and opinion; so we understand it can be a difficult task to get right and properly maintain.

A: Companies should review their risk assessments and risk management practices once every 3 years, or: Whenever there to any significant changes to workplace processes or design. Whenever new machinery, substances or procedures are introduced.

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A Fire Risk Assessment is a legal requirement. If you are responsible for a building, for example a employer, owner or occupier of premises that aren't a 'single private dwelling' (a private home), you need to make sure a suitably competent person completes a Fire Risk Assessment.

A: Is there a requirement for a landlord fire risk assessment? Yes, legislation requires that a fire risk assessment is carried out in all areas of the landlord's properties. This process will identify any fire hazards and who is at risk and decide if anything needs to be done to remove or reduce that risk.

A: An owner of the company is responsible for completing a fire risk assessment, too. Others who are responsible include landlords, as well as an occupier. If a person has control of the premise, then they are the ones responsible for carrying out an assessment.

A: Fire risk assessments

  1. Identify the fire hazards.
  2. Identify people at risk.
  3. Evaluate, remove or reduce the risks.
  4. Record your findings, prepare an emergency plan and provide training.
  5. Review and update the fire risk assessment regularly.

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Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 8am to 6pm
Saturday: 8am to 1pm
Sunday: Closed

Areas we cover

Greatest London & all areas within and around the M25
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