Fire Risk Assessments

A fire risk assessment is an organised and methodical look at your premises, the activities carried out there and the likelihood that a fire could start and your staff, visitors and business assets. By conducting a fire risk assessment of your area of responsibility you will ensure that you meet your legal obligations imposed by the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005.




How is a Fire Risk Assessment carried out? A walk round the premises to identify / assess the following;

  • Who is at risk
  • Process or building hazards
  • Potential ignition sources
  • Deficiencies in existing fire precautions
  • Correct type(s) / quantities and suitably maintained fire safety equipment (fire alarms / fire extinguishers etc)
  • Appropriate fire training and drills
  • Appropriate signs / notices and
  • Adequate means of escape in the event of fire

We would also evaluate your company's fire log book, emergency procedures and certification that you may have in place.

The fire risk assessment would be compiled to reflect the findings of the walkround, speaking to staff and a review of certification. 

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