0208 935 5442 Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm enquiries@t2fire.co.uk


Welcome to T2 Fire Risk Assessors UK Ltd - We are an independent fire safety company offering current best practice advice and guidance to industry in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO) which is the principle legislation that governs fire safety in the UK.

All our assessors are NEBOSH Certified & members of the institution of fire engineers.


Usually only communal areas will require a risk assessment, our assessors aim to be with you within the same day or following working day. Reports can be to you within 24 hours of the assessment if required. Keys can be picked up from a specific location/agents to suit your needs. 

As part of a sale condition, usually a fire risk assessment will need to be in place before sale, we are happy to help with any enquires you may have so please feel free to give one of our team a call 0208 935 5442 they will be happy to assist you with all requirements within the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and HSG264.


  • If you are responsible for business premises
  • an employer or self-employed with business premises
  • responsible for a part of a dwelling where that part is solely used for business purposes
  • a charity or voluntary organisation
  • a contractor with a degree of control over any premises
  • providing accommodation for paying guests

Then you require a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment 

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 is now 11 years old. There is no excuse for employers, managers and/or people in positions of responsibility not to be aware of their roles and responsibilities in line with this legislation.

Most businesses and organisations will have carried out some sort of fire risk assessment, or even sourced a third party provider to conduct this on their behalf, but these are still not always reviewed at regular intervals which is outlined in the RRFSO.

The Order states that a fire risk assessment should be carried out at regular intervals – of which annually is a great start point – or when significant structural work is carried out, renovations occur, or if there are major changes within the workforce.