Fire Risk Assessments Croydon

When you own, manage or oversee a building or premises, it is your responsibility to ensure that the property and the people in it are safe from the dangers of fire.

At T2 Fire, our team of dedicated experts are on hand to help with our comprehensive and affordable fire risk assessments in and around Croydon. Helping to make sure that you fulfil your legal requirements and that the premises are compliant and meet all the applicable legislation standards.

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What Is a Fire Risk Assessment?

A fire risk assessment is an organised and methodical inspection of a building or premises, focusing on the property itself, its contents, occupants and how it is used in relation to fire safety.

The Aim of a Fire Risk Assessment

The purpose of a fire risk assessment is to;

  • Evaluate the buildings potential fire risks and hazards
  • Make recommendations on what can be done to reduce or remove the risks
  • Determine what fire safety policies, equipment or strategies need to be implemented
  • Identify those who are at risk

Where is a Fire Risk Assessment Required?

Fire risk assessments are a legal requirement for all businesses and relevant premises under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The legislation applies to you if you are the owner, manager or person responsible for;

  • Any building that isn’t a single private dwelling such as – HMOs, flats or apartments
  • Industrial properties
  • Commercial spaces
  • Business premises
  • Hotels, Airbnb’s, bed and breakfasts or paid accommodation
  • Public premises such as a shop or salon
  • A charity, place of worship or voluntary organisation
  • Educational establishments, schools, nurseries and day care settings
  • Care homes, hospitals and clinics
  • A construction site or outdoor event

Why is a Fire Risk Assessment Important?

Risk assessments are very important and should help to;

  • Create an awareness of hazards and risks
  • Identify vulnerable people most at risk
  • Determine if existing measures are sufficient
  • Prevent injuries, illnesses and fatalities
  • Prioritise hazards and control measures
  • Meet legal requirements and ensure compliance

How is a Fire Risk Assessment Carried Out?

There are typically five steps involved in the fire risk assessment process which comprises of;

  1. Identifying people at risk
  2. Identifying potential fire hazards and risks
  3. Evaluating the risks and deciding if the current fire safety measures are adequate
  4. Recording fire risk assessment information
  5. Review and update the fire risk assessment

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Professional Fire Risk Assessments

Fire risk assessments are a crucial aspect of fire safety and can literally mean the difference between life and death, which is why ensuring that they are performed properly is essential. For a fire risk assessment to be sufficient, it must be carried out by a competent person who has the appropriate knowledge, experience and attitude to complete it to an adequate standard.

At T2 Fire, we provide professional, reliable and cost-effective fire risk assessments for properties of all type and size across various sectors from shops, flats, hospitals and schools to hotels, restaurants, offices and warehouses.

If you would like to know more about our fire risk assessments Croydon or if you have any questions, then please get in touch and one of our advisors will be happy to help.

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Unfortunately, no building can be 100% fireproof but our team at T2 Fire are dedicated to enhancing and ensuring the safety and security of your building to its highest possible degree.

When you work with T2 Fire, you can rest assured, you’re building, and its occupants will be safeguarded as effectively as can be with the support of our professional team of experienced specialists who specialise in cost-effective and dependable fire risk assessments in Hackney and Barking. We have a team of experienced fire specialists who will conduct a thorough assessment of your premises, leaving you with clear recommendations to make your premise a safer environment for everyone involved.

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