Fire Risk Assessment

Why do I need a Fire Risk Assessment?

Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, all organisations have a legal obligation to undertake a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment at their premises. This assessment is a detailed report of the fire risk in your building, the adequacy of existing fire precautions, and the need for any additional fire precautions.

We aim to offer clear guidance with cost effective solutions, without any pressure to sell you any Fire Safety products or services.

We also offer a full review service.

How can I be sure that a person is competent to carry out an assessment?

Paul Rodwell has over thirty-five years of practical experience working in the Fire Protection Industry involving all kinds of commercial and private business environments, and has been mentored, completed an examination held by the Institute, and has been deemed competent to carry out fire risk assessments.

Paul is on the IFSM's National Tiered Fire Risk Assessors Register  at Tier 2.

How often should I carry out an assessment?

Once a Fire Risk Assessment has been carried out, it should be reviewed twelve monthly or if circumstances change, such as changes to the structure, the use of the premises, or a change in staff numbers.

To book your Fire Risk Assessment, please contact us using our enquiry form or call 07507 304420


Restaurant owner receives prison sentence due to multiple safety failings.

“The fire safety audit and subsequent inspection carried out by our Fire Safety Officers at the restaurant highlighted serious failings in relation to the legal responsibility of the owners to reduce the risk of fire within the building and ensure people can escape safely if there was a fire"

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*Source: Avon Fire & Rescue Service