Fire Risk Assessment
A fire Risk Assessment is required under the duties set by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. We can provide a systematic evaluation of the factors that determine the hazard from fire, the likelihood that there will be a fire and the consequences if one were to occur.
General Risk Assessments
Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, we can help you to identify what could cause injury or illness in your business (hazards),
decide how likely it is that someone could be harmed and how seriously (the risk) and help you to take action to eliminate the hazard, or if this isn’t possible, to control the risk.
Getting help from a competent person enables you to meet the requirements of Health and Safety law. We can facilitate health and safety management across your business, putting things in place to control risks, checking and maintaining controls. We advise on specific risks in your work place and what practical action needs to be taken.
Safe Operating Procedures / Risk Assessments
Having Risk Assessments creates a strong and safe environment to work within. Every business needs to have Risk Assessments in place to avoid significant hazards.
The Risk Assessments should include all of the significant hazards that can occur and the harm it may cause to people and decide whether your organisation are taking reasonable steps to prevent that harm in respect to the following:
– General Public
It is also important to regularly review the Risk Assessments to ensure they are relevant
Fire Risk Assessments
A fire related Risk assessment is essential to conforming to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. These Risk Assessments should concern all employees and any other people who may be at risk if a fire was to start.
If more than five people have been employed within the workplace, an assessment must be documented.
We will assist in carrying out the Fire Risk Assessment and present the findings for you in a clear format.
The Fire Risk Assessment may identify areas that require assistance, such
• Emergency (Fire) Plan – Sets out the Fire Strategy for the premises in terms of a Plan of the building, fire detection, fire suppression points, and exit routes, and detail how to evacuate in the event of an emergency
All projects must have:
• Workers with the right skills, knowledge, training and experience.
•Contractors providing appropriate supervision, instruction and information.
• A written construction phase plan.