Fire Risk Assessmentmeeting all your legal obligations for fire safety
EFL Fire & Security are very proud to hold BAFE SP205 Life Safety Fire Risk Assessment accreditation, achieved through the NSI Silver Standard scheme. This specifies that EFL displays the required technical and quality management capabilities, and that risk assessors meet appropriate standards.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, a fire risk assessment should be carried out for the majority of business premises in England and Wales, and even in common areas of some residential properties. As the ‘Responsible Person’ for fire safety in your premises, you have a legal duty to provide a fire risk assessment that is suitable and sufficient in the eyes of the law. To achieve this you are advised to seek advice from a BAFE registered organisation such EFL Fire & Security and for your Fire Risk Assessment to be conducted by a BAFE SP205 qualified Risk Assessors.
The aims of the fire risk assessment are to:
- Identify the fire hazards.
- Identify who is at risk.
- Evaluate, remove or reduce the risks. This will include a review of your preventive and protective fire precautions and corresponding management arrangements to ensure that they adequately protect life.
- Record with findings in a comprehensive, PAS79 compliant report with a summary “remedial action plan.”
- To meet your legal obligations
Following a thorough inspection of your premises, conducted by an EFL qualified BAFE SP205 risk assessor, we will produce a detailed report in accordance with PAS79 in order to satisfy the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
For more information on Fire Risk Assessments and your responsibilities read our Importance of Business Fire Safety Blog Post.
To arrange a Fire Risk Assessment, or for professional advice on all matters to do with fire safety, contact us during working hours, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contact form opposite.
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