Fire Risk Assessments
Based here in Norfolk we specialise in fire risk assessments for a number of different types of properties and businesses, both domestic ie flats, HMOs and holiday homes and also commercial properties such as Shops, Factories & Schools. We can provide suitable and sufficient fire risk assessments for businesses all across East Anglia including Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge. We are registered with the Institute of fire safety managers on their competent fire risk assessors register (CFRAR) and we are here to help. Get in touch to find out more about how we can help.
Student accommodation has its own challenges, when you allow multiple occupants to occupy a property the risk of fire increases therefore the measures you need to put in place need to be increased too! Whether you are a managing agent with several hundred properties or an individual who owns a single property? We are here to help and are at the end of the phone or email!
Based near to the Norfolk coast we are on hand to assist with making sure that your holiday property is safe and compliant for your guests. With years of experience in the holiday let industry we know exactly how to put in place what you need to keep your guests safe, and your business compliant with the latest fire safety legislation.
We are highly experience within the hotel industry. A busy complex environment full of different risks. We are here to help provide you with a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment for your hotel.
Converted or purpose built we can help with your fire risk assessment. We offer both type 1 and type 3 assessments and are highly experienced with fire legislation surrounding domestic premises.
We offer fire risk assessments for many different types of businesses and premises, we will be happy to talk to you about how we can help you to meet your legal obligations under fire safety legislation.
What does the fire safety order 2005 say about fire risk assessments?
The regulatory reform (Fire Safety) order 2005 places the responsibility for fire safety on the employer or ‘responsible person’ for the building or premises. Most businesses must have a fire risk assessment by law and you must put in place measures to effectively manage fire safety within your business. If you employ 5 or more members of staff, are responsible for a premises that contains two or more domestic premises ie flats or HMOs, operate a premises that requires a licence to trade or your premises is subject to an alterations notice, you are required by law to keep this assessment in writing and record your findings.
Expert fire safety Advice
At Norfolk Fire Protection we pride ourselves on providing our customers with nothing but first class fire safety advice. We are registered assessors on the Tiered fire risk assessors register (TFRAR) with the institute of fire safety managers, not only to demonstrate our competence but also to keep us up to date on industry changes which helps us keep our customers safe and compliant. If you require a fire risk assessment for your premises, whether it is a small holiday home, a shop, or a large factory we are competent to assist in undertaking your fire risk assessment. Please get in touch to get a no obligation quotation.
our approach to your fire risk assessment
At Norfolk fire protection we adopt PAS79 as our methodology for undertaking our fire risk assessments. We highlight the areas that you are dong well and also identify areas you may need to improve. Before the day we always send you a list of things we like to see at the time of the assessment ie maintenance records, company policies etc so you can be prepared. Our fire risk assessments are completely impartial but we are on hand to advise afterwards should you need us.
Get in touch for a quotation
If you would like to talk more about choosing us to carry out your fire risk assessment then get in touch as we will be happy to assist. Some of the information you may wish to consider first is the size of your premises ie number of floors including basements and floor area, Number of employees or visitors and what processes are undertaken at your premises? Please feel free to use the contact form below and provide us with as much information as possible. Alternately give us a call on 01328 259206 and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.