Fire Risk Assessment - Ensure Compliance with the Fire Regulations 

Fire Risk Assessor

Professional Fire Risk Assessment carried out by qualified experienced Fire Risk Assessors. Exceptional service and value - see reviews above We are independent,  professional, experienced and qualified Fire Risk Assessors based in Solihull, Birmingham, Midlands area and provide professional advice and Fire Risk Assessments.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005  came into force on 1 October 2006. The Order applies to almost all buildings, places and structures. It does not include individual private homes and individual flats in a block. Other places covered by the Order include shared areas in houses in multiple occupation (HMO's), communal areas of blocks of flats and holiday lets. A business with 5 or more employees will require a Fire Risk Assessment document. 

Up till when the Order came into force in 2006 the Fire and Rescue Service would issue Fire Certificates when they had inspected the property. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 now places the responsibility on the Responsible person to ensure a suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment is produced. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires that the responsible person (the person having control of the building, or a degree of control) takes reasonable steps to reduce the risk from fire and makes sure people can safely escape if there is a fire. This includes all people that might visit the premises. 

Its very important to have a Fire Risk Assessment in place as if the Fire and Rescue Service visit your premises this will be the first document they will need to inspect. They will then decide if it is suitable and sufficient. The Fire and Rescue Service can issue Enforcement Notices to ensure that any deficiencies are rectified within a specified time. 

The person carrying out the fire risk assessment has to be competent enough to do it and complete a “suitable and sufficient” assessment of the building. This does require experience and training in order to conduct a suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment. This is the main reason why most businesses and landlords will employ the services of a qualified and experienced Fire Risk Assessor to carry out the Fire Safety Risk Assessment.

We are Qualified, Experienced  Fire Risk Assessors for all Types of Properties

Fire Risk Assessment

We are NEBOSH accredited Fire Risk Assessors and are experienced, qualified and trained to the highest standard and will produce a Fire Risk Assessment report to PAS 79 standard which was developed by the  British Standards Institution of which we are authorised partners. Our reports meet the requirements of the The  Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. We are members of the Fire Protection Association and authorised partners with the British Standards Institution so you can be assured we always up to date with the current required standards/regulations.

Efiresafety is experienced in all types of properties for individual business owners, large corporate companies, and landlords. Premises include Schools/Colleges, Hotels, Offices, Pubs/Public houses, Retail Shops, Warehouses, Factories, Care Homes, and all types of Residential Properties including HMOs and Flat Developments.

We can offer very attractive discounts for multiple properties - Tel 0800 772 0123 or 07305 465 698 to discuss further

We are  based in Solihull, Birmingham, Midlands area and offer a fast Nationwide service including Birmingham, West Midlands, London, Coventry, Manchester, Bristol, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Shropshire, etc.

What will the Fire Risk Assessment include and what will the Fire Risk Assessor do?

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Our Fire Risk Assessment report will provide comprehensive advice and information in a user friendly PDF format with a full easy to follow Action Plan. All escape routes, housekeeping, any dangerous substances, fire stopping, fire evacuation procedures and much more will be inspected. They will identify people at risk, and advise how this risk can be eliminated or reduced and and produce an comprehensive report which will  be to the British Standards Institution  PAS 79 standard and comply to the The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Efiresafety is committed to offering a service which is second to none. All our clients will be provided with a fast turnaround of the completed report after the inspection has taken place. We also provide professional, personal, ongoing help and advice to our clients. We will liaise with the Fire and Rescue Service and other authorities if required.

We do not supply fire safety equipment as this would be a conflict of interest. We have no interest to recommend excessive and unrequired equipment which would involve unnecessary expense.

We provide a professional consultancy service  and can advise on the type of equipment required. 

The Fire Risk Assessor will identify fire hazards and risks, record their findings and provide an action plan to ensure your premises comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 . This will be provided in a comprehensive easy to understand Fire Risk Assessment report.

Please complete the form below for a Fire Risk Assessment Quotation within 24 hours or tel 0800 772 0123 for Immediate  Quote

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Useful Links

See the full The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 document

See the HSE Guide for Electrical Safety 


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