Fire Risk Assessment for Non-Domestic PremisEs
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places a legal duty on a ‘Responsible Person ‘(RP) of any non-domestic premises, to carry out a fire risk assessment, including measures to identify persons at risk and to reduce or eliminate the risk of fire.
A ‘Responsible Person’ is defined as someone who controls a premise which could be an owner, a leaseholder, an employer, an occupier, a hirer or even a property management company under the control of an individual or a corporate body who, if the business includes residential property management, are still responsible for communal areas which fall under the order.
At CoastRM, we believe that, as a ‘responsible person’, you need to get the ‘competent advice’ to get the help and support to enable you to fully understand your duties under the current UK Legislation and to discharge them to be fully compliant with the law.
CoastRM Fire Risk Assessors are fully trained, and we understand what you need to know and what you need to do.
All our assessors are qualified health and safety professionals who can give you that ‘competent advice’ and as health and safety consultants we have full professional indemnity insurance which underpins our competence.
We carry out Type 1 Fire Risk Assessments which are non-destructive and are deemed to satisfy the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 for most types of property.
Our fire risk assessments are written to comply with current standards and provide you with a comprehensive evaluation to allow you to make a judgement as to the level and adequacy of life saving provisions on the premises.
So, if you think you need advice on fire risk assessments or if you are thinking to update any current fire risk assessments then
call CoastRM on 01723 381900
visit our website: www.coastriskmanagement.co.uk and use the site call back facility
of email firstname.lastname@example.org
for a no obligations quote on what we can provide for you.