Fire risk assessment provided by our fully qualified and competent risk Assessors - Call or email us today to discuss your fire risk assessment requirements

Our fire assessors can conduct the fire risk assessment on your behalf and on completion provide you with a comprehensive document, which complies with current Fire Law.


We have been conducting fire risk assessments on behalf of our clients for over 10 years. We carry full Public Liability / Efficacy and Professional Indemnity Insurance for your peace of mind.


Included in our fire risk assessment process, would be an on-site visit  by a fully qualified fire risk assessor, who would conduct a full non-destructive site survey of the building or area of your responsibility to identify / assess:


Who is at risk

Process and / or building hazards

Potential ignition sources

Any deficiencies in existing fire precautions / procedures

Correct type(s) / quantities and suitably maintained fire safety equipment

Appropriate fire training and drills

Appropriate signs / notices

Suitable means for detecting fire and raising the alarm if fire were to occur, and

Adequate means of escape in the event of fire

Following the site survey (fire risk assessment) of the Building(s) or your area of responsibility, a fire safety management plan would be produced and issued to the responsible person(s). Included within this document would be:


Documented fire risk assessment (Format British Standard – PAS 79:2012 Fire Risk Assessment)

List of significant findings

Recommendations on all remedial action(s), where required

Identification of potential ignition sources

Fire risk assessment performance indicator

Fire action plan for corrective action (Risk reduction / Legislative compliance)

Call or email us today to discuss your fire risk assessment requirements


On behalf of our clients we regularly conduct fire risk assessments at the following types of premises:


Common areas of block of flats or converted houses

Houses of multiple occupation (HMO)


Offices (Large and small)

Factories and workshops

Health care premises including doctors surgeries, dentists and hospitals

Care homes

Sports facilities



Schools and nurseries